In recent years, diagnosis and awareness of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD, have increased—yet many still remain undiagnosed and untreated due to misinformation and inaccessible healthcare and education systems.
On January 12, Somerville City Council unanimously passed a resolution to spend a portion of the city’s American Rescue Plan Act funding to alleviate medical debt for Somerville residents.
A magnitude 7.8 earthquake known as the Kahramanmaras Earthquake hit northwestern Syria and southeastern Turkey on February 6. After the deadliest earthquake since the 2011 earthquake in Fukushima, Japan, 10 provinces in Turkey are under a state of emergency for the next three months. The Hatay, Kahramanmaras, and Gaziantep provinces were hit the hardest. As of February 23, the death toll has surpassed 49,000; while Turkish authorities have reported more than 43,000 deaths and UN reports have estimated 5,500 deaths in Syria, casualties are expected to rise in coming weeks.
On January 4, 2023, Cambridge Police shot and murdered UMass Boston student Sayed Faisal. According to the City of Cambridge’s website, after two officers spotted
When Elon Musk acquired Twitter in October, the acquisition became fuel for memes and online mockery—yet beneath the jokes, there are serious implications. In a
On November 8, after months of frustration with the Tufts Office of Residential Life and Learning (ORLL), the United Labor of Tufts Residential Assistants (ULTRA)
After just 44 days in office, Prime Minister Liz Truss resigned from her position in late October. Rishi Sunak, British billionaire and previous chancellor of
Across Tufts’ campus, printouts with the words “woman, life, freedom” written in bold, black uppercase are taped to surfaces everywhere—from the windows that lie in
Over one-third of Pakistan currently lies underwater. Monsoon season has triggered catastrophic flooding, devastating villages, displacing over 33 million people, killing over 1,700 people, and
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Of the 150,000 students completing their higher education in the Boston area, nearly half of them were living in privately-owned, off-campus housing as of Boston’s
In the days since February 24, Ukraine has been rocked by the perpetual siege of Russian forces. This war, which marks a contrast from the