Every Spring, Tufts plays host to one of the most well-attended philanthropic activities many of us will see in our entire undergraduate career. Relay for
K.flay—real name Kristine Flaherty—redefines what it means to be a hip-hop artist. A double major in psychology and sociology while at Stanford, last year K.flay
The notion of celebrity has transcended movie stars and musicians. Celebrity chefs like Gordon Ramsay, fashion models such as Heidi Klum, and entrepreneurs like Mark
Early on a chilly Sunday March morning, while many Tufts students were still recovering from their Saturday nights—including one of the biggest fraternity parties of
Red. Seeing red. Seeing red everywhere. Seeing red circles everywhere. Seeing little red circles everywhere. Seeing little fucking red circles everywhere. Seeing little fucking red
Obesity rates in the U.S. continue to skyrocket; more than a third of Americans are considered clinically obese, and our national waistline keeps on growing.
For months, Tufts students have endured the cold. This winter kept us shivering in our rooms, occasionally venturing out to trudge through the snow to
It shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone that many college students suffer from social media addictions, truncated attention spans, high-stress lifestyles, and problematic Adderall
On January 23rd of this year, United State defense secretary Leon E. Panetta repealed the ban on women serving in combat positions in the military.
She’s like a super model with the hair like that Jesus this one’s face is gross it’s so shiny But those legs go up to
It’s been a long, weird road for Los Angeles based band The Bronx. Hailing from Los Angeles, the hardcore punk and mariachi band formed in
with contributions from CJ Ghanny The LUX Fashion Show plays on numerous hypocrisies at the intersection of justice and narcissism. The promotion and presentation of the