This winter, students from the class of 2013 will be interviewing prospective students to help the Undergraduate Admissions and Tufts Alumni Admissions Program (TAAP) fill its need for more interviewers in certain rural and suburban locations.
The Tufts Community Union Senate began their discussion for an upcoming vote on a safety resolution. Due to a recent accident at the intersection of Packard Avenue and Powderhouse Boulevard, the senate will be looking at ways to improve the safety of this location.
On October 25, the Somerville Board of Alderman passed an ordinance to regulate the operation of the city’s food trucks. Potential food trucks will be required to submit an application for a license and undergo a public hearing with the Board, which will review each applicant on a case-by-case basis.
In Sports, the Tufts Field Hockey team is headed to the NCAA semifinals for the first time since 2009.
Op-ed: In light of Veteran’s Day, it is important to remember why we have a day off school and consider the millions of Veterans that have served in the United States Armed Forces as well as those men and women currently serving.
Editorial: The proposed Environmental House would be a great way to take the University’s ever-increasing green initiatives even further.