Two years ago, I set foot on this campus knowing the names of the two Massachusetts senators, the late Ted Kennedy and John Kerry, and
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By now you’ve no doubt heard of the kook pastor from Florida who planned to commemorate 9/11 by burning Korans. So provocative was this act
Let me introduce myself: My name is Eric. I’m a sophomore. I like soccer and Arrested Development. I actually enjoy books. And I have no
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A garden makes its own social center where we learn easily from one another how good food can taste, how sweet sunshine can be when captured in vibrant produce.
I turn the wheel back toward the center of the road for her and, again, I am leading her home.
The first semester of freshman year can be overwhelming, to say the least. Sometimes the stress of getting adjusted to campus life can keep you from finding some of the most interesting off campus spots. Here are fifteen great reasons to take a trip outside the Tufts bubble.