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Thursday, May 8, 2014
Procrastination for finals this year - combined with the knowledge that, as I prepared to graduate, the class of 2018 was getting ready to come to Tufts - led me to draft this parody of Let it Go from Disney's Frozen. A quick Photoshop job later, I was looking at over one-hundred "likes" on the Tufts 2018 Facebook page and, to my great pleasure, a recorded demo. I'm still waiting for the new Jumbos to release a full-length music video. Until Disney makes us take it down, of course.
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Tuesday, April 1, 2014
In a rare and unprecedented change to university tradition, Tufts University will be altering the JumboCash system stating next fall. Instead of using the JumboCash name, Tufts will be transitioning, selling the credit under a new brand: Peanuts™. The change should go relatively unnoticed for the incoming class of 2018, according to Dean of Admissions Lee Coffin. "The freshmen will grow up on Peanuts™," said Coffin, "and we think once other students see that it's butter [sic], acceptance will spread."
|Dean Coffin explains thoughts behind the transition|
Friday, February 28, 2014
I've been making fun of Harvard since the day I chose to come to Tufts University. We all know the Tufts cannon is aimed at the school we look down upon from atop our hill; you only need a $32 billion endowment if you're compensating; and if you want to get to Tufts, you have to take the Red Line and literally pass MIT and Harvard before reaching your true destination. Simply put: there's really only room for one elite liberal arts school five miles outside of Boston. Besides, our mascot is a big, heroic, dictionary-shaping elephant, and theirs is, apparently, an old man. But this one-sided rivalry (in all likelihood, Harvard doesn't know there are any schools further down the Red Line) may not be meant to last. Because when I applied to law schools, I applied to Harvard. And, as of last week, they said yes.
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