Happy fall, Jumbos! Here’s what’s hot off the press today.
IN NEWS: The Tufts Parents Giving Program will host its 25th annual Parents and Family Weekend, beginning this Friday and ending on Sunday, featuring student performances, faculty lectures and various activities for parents.
IN FEATURES: Post-grad Jumbos are looking to live abroad more and more, and some are doing so through programs like Fulbright and Peace Corps.
IN ARTS: ArtsEmerson hold a workshop performance on Stacey Gregg’s “Hold Your Tongue, Hold Your Dead” presented by members of Global Arts Corps, an acting collective that specializes in productions situated in conflict zones and aims to foster reconciliation through shared experiences.
TODAY’S EDITORIAL: The Daily reacts to the new room reservation system that replaced R25, the system that was in use until this year. Forging ahead, Tufts, forging ahead.
IN SPORTS: Tufts women’s tennis captain Samantha Gann finished in the top 16 at the ITA Regional Championships at Williams College over the weekend. You go girl!