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Posted by Justin McCallum on February 15, 2013 under Arts & Living, Campus News, Sports | Comments are off for this article

Virginia Bledsoe / The Tufts Daily

Virginia Bledsoe / The Tufts Daily

The Daily examines gender bias in the TCU Senate as it currently, and historically, falls short on female representation.

One-year limit to specialty housing – including Crafts House, Arts Haus, and culture houses – to be enforced by ResLife this year.

The stars of “Beautiful Creatures,” Alice Englert and Alden Ehrenreich, talk to the Daily about “Twilight,” theater and making reading sexy.

“Measure for Measure,” the Drama and Dance Department’s modernizing of Shakespeare’s classic, opens this weekend. To catch a video preview for the show click here!

No. 1−seeded Jumbos women’s basketball team prepares for NESCAC tournament with homecourt advantage.

Courtesy Colin Harari

Courtesy Colin Harari

The Peace Corps ranked Tufts 15th among medium-sized colleges for producing volunteers in 2013 with a total of 26 undergraduate alumni currently serving overseas.

Tufts Technology Services to offer cloud storage to students on with their Tufts student ID and password.

After 18 years without a solo female performer at Spring Fling, students are petitioning to have a woman headline the annual concert.

Our sports section brings you a preview of  this weekend’s NBA All-Stars extravaganza from slam-dunks to the Taco Bell challenge.

The student group Tufts Democrats as well as alum and state representative Carl Sciortino (LA ’00) endorsed Edward Markey in his bid for John Kerry’s senate seat.

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