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Tonight at 7:30, Bowdoin’s Cindy Cammarn ’14 is up against Tufts’ Jed Silver ’13 in the collegiate Jeopardy semi-finals. Silver, who watches Jeopardy with his frat and plans to invest his winnings in a start-up NGO, had this to say about the presence of a ‘Cac rival: ”There’s no such thing as a rivalry at Tufts, we’re not [...]
Cal, of the exponentially successful Tufts spawn Timeflies, spits rhymes about Boston like he’s a native:
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 [...]
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, [...]
Who knew so much could happen in 34 seconds? If you haven’t heard about this latest craze, LA Times scratches the surface here.
Thom Solo graduated with a dual degree from Tufts and SMFA in 2012. Since 2008, his designer label–Thom Solo shoes–has been living up to its mission of creating “outlandish heels for epic divas.” Solo’s towering platforms, bedecked with sculpted flowers–and often glitter–connote the late Alexander McQueen when paired with the stray human skull. However, while [...]
__ In the wake of the horrifying school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut, many unlikely pundits have arisen, throwing their support behind causes ranging from mental health to arming our nation’s public school system. Gun safety legislation seems an inevitable response to such a terrible and public event, yet the conspicuous absence of [...]