The Elephant in the Room: Woah, we’re halfway there!

I am afraid of change and the passing of time scares me. The end of the school year always means change isn’t far away. Whether it’s taking all the posters down off your walls or moving into your house for the summer (and probably the next two years), change is scary as heck. Seniors graduate, […]

Police Briefs – April 7

Crash Course The Tufts University Police Department (TUPD) received a report of a motor vehicle accident on campus at 6:14 p.m. on March 30. A bicycle rider had collided with a parked car when someone in the car opened the rear passenger door. Both sides exchanged information to reach an agreement on payment of any property […]

Tisch Library pilots new textbook reserve system, allows use outside library

As of last semester, Tisch Library and the Office for Student Success and Advising have been piloting a textbook reserve system intended to reduce the financial burden that textbooks create for students. Through this system, textbooks for a variety of classes are put on reserve for any student to borrow. According to Martha Kelehan, head of scholarly […]

Tufts by Numbers: A hunt for study space

Weekday evenings between 4 p.m and 10 p.m are rush hour for study territory on campus. Where to go to inspire prime productivity is at the height of most students’ needs from Sunday night to Thursday night. The Mayer Campus Center and Tisch Library serve as the two prime central study spaces for Tufts’ undergraduates. But, […]

Boston-area political leaders call on sanctuary cities to remain resilient

Students gathered for a panel discussion on sanctuary cities and immigration law in Tisch Library Room 316 on Monday night. The event was hosted by Tufts Democrats and featured six panelists who have direct ties to immigration policy and activism in the Boston area. First to speak was Tufts Democrats President Ben Kaplan. Kaplan, a senior, introduced […]

Late-night study hours

Tisch Library, Edward Ginn Library and Eaton Hall will each be offering extended late night study hours during reading period and finals week this semester. Tisch Library: began Dec. 11, ends Dec. 22 at 5 p.m. Sunday: general hours 10 a.m. to 1 a.m., extended study until 6 a.m. Monday-Thursday: general hours 8 a.m. to 1 […]

TCU Senate establishes trial program to provide free feminine hygiene products in public restrooms on campus

Students were introduced to a Tufts Community Union (TCU) Senate pilot project last week to provide free feminine hygiene products for emergency use in public bathrooms around campus. The hygiene products, currently stocked in multiple campus bathrooms, include tampons and pads bought in bulk with funds from Health and Wellness Services. Walae Hayek, the TCU Senate’s Women’s Center community representative and TCU Senator Ariel Barbieri-Aghib have […]

Adriana Zavala discusses her curatorial project featuring Frida Kahlo’s works

An intimate crowd of students and faculty gathered in the Hirsch Reading Room yesterday for a Tisch Friends of the Library Author Talk with Adriana Zavala, associate professor of Art History, who discussed her curatorial exhibition project “Frida Kahlo: Life, Art, Garden.” The exhibit, which was displayed at the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx from May 16 to […]