Hot off the Press | October 29, 2013

Happy frigid Tuesday!

IN NEWS: Eugene Fama (A ’60) was this year awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics for his studies on asset pricing and market efficiency, the Nobel Committee announced in a press release on Oct. 14.

IN FEATURES: Tufts ASL program sees growth, following the lead of Northeastern University’s annual event, “A Deaf, Deaf World,” on Oct. 10.

IN ARTS: About 16.1 million people tuned in on Oct. 13 to see the fourth season premiere of “The Walking Dead” — and it’s easy to see why. The show’s successful combination of genres has made it incredibly popular, despite setbacks in storytelling during the second and third seasons.

TODAY’S EDITORIAL: One students believes that Holi should be celebrated on Holi and that Color Runs are an abuse of what many American’s have come to love about Holi here at Tufts.

IN SPORTS: Tufts volleyball won all three of its games this weekend in dominant fashion, sweeping all nine sets played over the weekend against Brandeis University, Wheaton College and Westfield State, to go 3-0 at the 2013 Hall of Fame Invitational.

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