Take a look inside the VSC Culture show, from dragons, to eating contests, to setting up and everything in between as the students promote Vietnamese customs.
North Korea has been in the news recently for it’s recent threats of nuclear proliferation, but the new student group LiNK (Liberty in North Korea) is looking to educate students about the refugee crisis in the East Asian nation. See their advocacy in the works here:
Torn Ticket II’s workshop production of Cunningham and Saltzman’s “I Love You Because” premieres Friday and Saturday at 8PM in the Crane Room. Hear some of the catchy tunes and hear from one of it’s stars, Maya Grodman, and music director Melissa Weikart in this video:
Always wondered – with all the different culture groups on campus – how do Latino students and their allies come together? Within ALAS – the Association of Latin American Students, of course.
Take an inside look into their organization with interviews from their members as The Daily takes you into their culture show last weekend, The Latin Oscars:
Last Friday’s “Taste of Tufts” lecture series featured University President Anthony Monaco who discussed his personal experiences and research in neuroscience. Take a look at what he had to say!
As he enters his second semester on the Hill, the Daily wanted to sit down with one of our newest additions to the university’s staff, Associate Dean Robert Mack. Responsible for the BLAST program and students in the School of Arts and Sciences, Mack discussed his impressions of Tufts and why he chose to come to Medford/Somerville.
Earlier last week, Office of The Presidents sent out an e-mail to the Tufts community reporting about the Board of Trustees’ latest meeting. The e-mail was lengthy so here are a few key points of what was covered in the meeting in case you want to catch up:
· The Cumming School of Veterinary Medicine will soon have a new department focusing on “integrated global health and infectious issues.”
· A new master’s program in pharmacology and drug development is also expected to admit the first students next fall.
· The primary data center of Tufts will go through several renovations in the upcoming days.
· New Policy to Protect Children and Prevent Abuse and new Code of Conduct Involving Interaction with Minor were reviewed to guarantee stronger protection for minors interacting with the Tufts community.
· Lance Armstrong’s honorary degree given by Tufts at the Commencement 2006 is taken away due to his scandal with doping.
The full announcement can be found here