At the end of every semester, just about every student at Tufts is asked to complete a course evaluation for their classes. But, after they’re collected neatly into a big manila envelope, where do they go? What purpose do they serve? As many students may have noticed, we can’t even seem to find them, let alone use them to inform our academic decisions.
Why the Tufs administration and greater community share responsibility for Tufts’ high crime rate.
Again, children with gaping mouths
devour cotton candy,
ride ponies in circles.
In great packs they marvel as
a clown juggles chainsaws.
In a recent New York Times/CBS poll, 75 percent of Americans disapprove of Congress’s job performance. This cynicism is not so much directed at a
All of us probably know someone who has taken Plan B (levonorgestrel), better known as the morning-after pill. Available in hospitals, pharmacies, and college health services across the country, Plan B is instrumental in protecting women from becoming pregnant after a forgetful night, a condom mishap, or even a sexual assault, It is such a common medical treatment in our culture(especially on college campuses) that it comes as a shock to many that the morning-after pill was not available to female soldiers on military bases until just a month ago.
Valentine’s Day Gifts for When Shaw’s and CVS just won’t do…
A man sits in a dimly lit room
with the shades drawn, molding
a small figure out of clay.
Without question, Barbie is a cultural icon. Her perfectly pointed feet and impossibly shiny hair have been barometers for girls to measure themselves against since 1959. She comes complete with a dream-house, a pink convertible, and a teeny-weeny bikini for her vacations in the tropics. Now, trying to usher their doll out of the standards of the previous generation, Mattel Toystore is trying to appeal to the Gen-X, millennial set of consumers with Barbie’s newest career: computer science engineer.
Vanity Fair has used the Proust Questionnaire in every issue since July 1993, asking various celebrities (from Karl Rove to Ellen DeGeneres) to answer assorted
“Fucking stupid song. I hate it.” And with that glowing comment from Das Racist’s Victor Vazquez (referring to his own song, “Combination Pizza Hut and
The weekend rolls around. You’re looking for something to do; the frats are getting old, you hardly know the kids throwing that house party, and