Hot off the Press | October 28, 2013

Happy HalloWeek, Jumbos!

IN NEWS: One hundred kids from the Medford and Somerville communities toured the Tufts campus on Saturday to participate in Leonard Carmichael Society’s annual Halloween on the Hill event. And aren’t they adorable!

IN FEATURES: And we’re talking about Scalia once again. It features a variety of opinions on the lecture, on Scalia himself, and of what he said in the Snyder Lecture which was its final iteration?

IN ARTS: Every so often there is a film that critics rush to proclaim as not only an outstanding piece of work but a landmark in cinema. Steve McQueen’s “12 Years a Slave” has drawn numerous comparisons to “Schindler’s List” (1993) and already being hailed as a lock for Best Picture nominee and even winner.

IN EDITORIAL: As the Primary Source returns to campus, the Daily writes that the campus is thankful. Are we? Voice your opinions!

IN SPORTS: The Jumbos are back to a winning conference record after a 1-0 victory on the road against the Continentals on Saturday. Freshman Brooke Fortin netted the goal for the Jumbos in the second half to give the team their fifth NESCAC win of the season.

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