ART BY ADINA GUO About a third of students at Tufts are double majors, with an estimated 50 percent having at least one minor. These
ART BY BY UMA EDULBEHRAM On Sunday, November 5, animated by the quiet nods and gentle snaps of student senators, Resolution S. 23-8, A Resolution
ART BY ANNICA GROTE Humanities students returned to a sweltering disappointment this fall, as near-record-breaking temperatures forced multiple humanities classes—most of which are non-air conditioned
ART BY BY AUDREY NJO From SAG-AFTRA and the Writers Guild to the United Auto Workers, union-led efforts have seen mobilization and impacts across the
The French and Francophone Cultural Studies (FFCS) major went live on SIS on September 1, providing students with a culture-based alternative to the French Literary
Underlying mutual aid theory and most mutual aid projects is the core tenet: everyone has something to contribute, and everyone has something they need.
Over the past few weeks, Tufts China Care has hosted several events for the transnational adoptee community, both on campus and in the wider Boston community. A waffle-making event for adopted children and their families in March was followed by an annual fundraising event last week, where students purchased tickets to play games.
A beloved class returned to Tufts last fall for the first time since spring 2018: Critical Drag. Professor Kareem Khubchandani—also known as their drag persona LaWhore Vagistan—taught this course under the Theatre and Performance Studies Department, culminating in an end-of-semester showcase. The course’s description noted that it offered students the chance to create individual drag personas and performances that consider the “intersections of gender, nationality, race, class, and disability to understand the implications of putting gender on the body, on stage, and in everyday life.” The course has inspired an enthusiastic interest in drag for many students, as well as the creation of the newly-formed Jumbo Drag Collective.
This past December, the first departure from the new Medford/Tufts MBTA station generated much excitement, with students and community members crowding the inaugural 4:45 a.m.
In past years, Tufts students could order a cake from Tufts Dining on their birthday. The baking staff would bake a homemade cake, decorate it,
Editor’s Note: Anthony Davis-Pait is currently a member of Access Betters the Lives of Everyone (ABLE). Among much of the student body, it is understood
Scanning the empty check-boxes of racial and ethnic groups on the Tufts application or in surveys sent out by the administration, students will find a