DJ/Producer duo Shapes of Light, comprised of Tufts’ Andrew Berman (A14) and Nicolas Russo-Larsson (A12) recently played at Electric Daisy Carnival Orlando; were signed to Less Than 3 Records; released their first EP, titled Chroma; and have climbed Beatport’s Top 100, as well as taken part in the one-off “mau5hax” session during 2012′s WMC week. And [...]
As we covered in Coal Divestment In The ‘Cac, the movement to remove colleges’ endowment investments from coal companies and the fossil fuel industry is surging across the conference. The campaign is directed by Middlebury’s Scholar in Residence Bill McKibben and 350.org, his international environmental protection organization. Tufts Divest for Our Future has been one of [...]
Back in 2000, the Tufts Christian Fellowship (TCF) lost funding and recognition from the Tufts Community Union (TCU) for removing a gay member, Julie Catalano, from her leadership position. Catalano had been “trying to reconcile her sexual orientation with her religious beliefs for her three years at Tufts and, at the end of her junior [...]
They keep telling us we’re graduating. At Tufts, the senior class celebrated “76 Days till Graduation” on Sunday (the actual event was supposed to be “100 Days till Graduation,” which makes much more sense, but unfortunately was scheduled the weekend of the nor’easter and, thus, had to be re-scheduled as the less graceful sounding ceremony). [...]
This is one, tiny, biased piece of a hugely complicated issue. It is not intended to marginalize victims of rape and sexual assault who do not fit in the male/female paradigm. It is not intended to imply that straight men are the only perpetrators. It is not intended to say that consent is only, narrowly, [...]
This time from Williams Track and Field (aka WTF) and Tufts frat 123, respectively. UPDATE: The men of Conn swimming took their shake underwater. Definitely worth a watch. Enjoy below!
Medical amnesty policies are laws enacted to protect those who seek medical attention for illegal activities—namely underage drinking—from being held liable for those actions. Colleges across the country have enacted medical amnesty policies to encourage underage students to call emergency services if necessary, without fear of disciplinary repercussions for drinking. The nation-wide group Students for [...]