Business-professional attire required. Pantsuits preferred. Stoic faces, tiny notebooks with silver pens surround a table. Is that a complementary tray of pastries in the corner,
To be a captain of a Tufts club sport is to enjoy the camaraderie of dedicated athletes and to learn, for better or for worse,
Let me take you back to the pre-frosh years—the time when you toured college campuses, listened to various spiels about the academics and extracurriculars the
This past weekend, my friends were at a club. They found themselves less than thrilled with the scene; the sweaty, writhing crowd and overpriced drinks
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
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
Over the past weeks, a furor has arisen over new revelations in the Catholic priest abuse scandal. According to reports, one Cardinal Ratzinger purposefully looked
Do you really know what makes you happy? The answer might surprise you.
Men in relationships always complain about their girlfriends PMSing. And yes, there comes a time of the month when we are a little whinier, needier, and bitchier than usual. But what guys don’t know is that our PMSing is offset by a short window of time exactly between our periods, when we’re more receptive to sexual advances and more likely to initiate them ourselves.
When I first arrived at Tufts as a freshman, I felt more welcome than anywhere I had been before. Orientation introduced me to my new
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