Anita’s Angle: No paper, no problems

One year when I was in high school, my school ran out of paper. Our principal appeared on the morning announcements and urged us all to refrain from printing assignments in the school library and encouraged teachers to send homework electronically. This absurd scenario lasted for weeks, but to my peers and me at the […]

The singles bar: spring has sprung edition

The arrival of warmer weather brings the end of the musical drought that lasts through the first quarter, from January to March, of each year. While this music season has been somewhat of an exception due to thrilling (surprise) releases from Rihanna, Beyoncé, Kanye West and Kendrick Lamar, big pop singles have been in short supply, leaving […]

Editorial: Gender imbalances in student organizations

From Tufts Democrats to Tufts Debate Society, the male to female ratio in many Tufts clubs is hugely lopsided. While there is no central database for students enrolled in each club, many club leaders have stated their male to female ratio is as high as six to one. This problem extends to even our representatives in the […]