Last month, I cried in Cohen Auditorium two nights in a row. The first was at a talk by Ocean Vuong, the brilliant, queer, Vietnamese author of On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous. The second was at “Drag Me to Tufts,” the beautiful, joyful drag show celebrating Trans Day of Visibility.
As a first-generation and low-income student, junior Aaron Apostadero has dealt with food insecurity for a long time. Now, as the co-president of Tufts Student Garden club, he wants to address and raise awareness of the issue at Tufts.
Picture this: 15-year-old Amanda. Wearing an Aéropostale T-shirt and skinny jeans, just a few years removed from braces. In a spiral notebook, she pens a
From Tisch Library to Carmichael Hall, 183 janitors work every day to make Tufts as clean as possible. They sweep floors, take out the trash,
“How many of you support capitalism?” a student comedian asked the crowd at a recent Tufts Stand-Up Comedy Collective show. There were a few scattered
It has been over a year since Tufts first decided to conduct all classes virtually for the rest of the 2020 spring semester in light
Clubs and student organizations are, in many ways, the center of different Tufts communities; now, they must adjust to a new normal while also considering