Weidner’s Words: Where select contracts fall short

The NBA G League made a major announcement this Thursday when it revealed its new “select contract” route. These are the $125,000 contracts that the G League will offer to elite high school prospects who are at least 18 but are not yet eligible for the NBA draft. Previously, recent high school graduates l had […]

Chapter 26 of ‘Riverdale’: Just some ‘typical’ Cooper family drama

You know the parenting in Riverdale is bad when FP comes off looking like father of the year for helping cover up a murder. But seriously, where is Child Protective Services when you need them? Cheryl has been emotionally abused for years and it’s continued now that her mother is neglecting her to live her “harlot” […]

Police Briefs: Week of 10/16

Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Disclaimer: We know this brief is a conflict of interest, but we really didn’t like losing our camera. On Oct. 4 at 1:30 p.m., a student reported multiple incidents relating to the Tufts Daily. The first was a report of a missing Nikon D7000 camera that was last seen […]

The Arena: Carlos Danger’s last hurrah

This election is the terrible Christmas gift that just keeps on giving. At about half a dozen junctures in the last few months, I was ready to throw up my hands and call the election over. But I knew better after writing off Donald Trump earlier in this campaign. With the FBI re-opening its investigation […]

Apple versus the FBI

The mass shooting in San Bernardino, Calif. late last year was cause for national mourning and a rekindled fear of homegrown terrorism. Recently, it has also served to actualize the once-abstract debate about cyber security versus privacy that has been burgeoning in the courtroom for over a decade. It has pitted the federal government and […]