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Carnegie Mellon's tardiness

Of the 11 universities on my list, Carnegie Mellon is by far the university that had its application portal open last. I could even complete all the other ten forms (and Vinet could even write these ten LORs) before I got to even open my application at Carnegie Mellon. 104 more words

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Rosebud: The Fine Southern Dining Experience You'd Never Expect

About a year ago, my friends and I were walking along Elm Street looking for a place to grub. Way, way down, past Anna’s and Goodwill, and awfully close to Domino’s, someone pointed across the street at a rundown, silver diner cart, and said, “What about there?” Dream-crushingly, we all gave him a pretty hard time for the suggestion and haven’t spoken to him since. 761 more words


Oil, Hoax, and Gas

The Hoax

This Thursday, October 16, 2014, a strange article was circulated claiming that Tufts University is divesting from oil companies while drilling for a recently-discovered pocket of natural gas under Curtis Hall. 557 more words

By the Sea

When anxious, uneasy and bad thoughts come, I go to the sea, and the sea drowns them out with its great wide sounds, cleanses me with its noise, and imposes a rhythm upon everything in me that is bewildered and confused.  

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Pax et Lox: A Peak Into Tufts' New Kosher Deli

Kosher dill or half sour?

The million dollar question at the new kosher deli in the campus center, Pax et Lox. Students now have access to a kosher dining option, and delicious sandwiches such as the classic corned beef on rye and smoked salmon (lox) on a bagel. 554 more words


What We Have Here...

Five years ago to the day, to the minute, probably, John Malcovich had his first dreamquest. What followed was a video project between three dumb friends. 342 more words

Dorm Kitchen Caramels

I don’t want to make any blanket statements, but I think I’m probably the only person who has made caramels so far this year in a Tufts dorm kitchen. 738 more words