Hot Off the Press | October 30, 2013

IN NEWS: Tufts University, with the City of Somerville and the City of Medford, reached separate partnership agreements last week that waived the university’s $70 application fee for Somerville High School and Medford High School students

IN FEATURES: Stanton works with National Park Service to understand communities and delivers her second lecture entitled “Taste of Tufts” to discuss her ethnographic research in various national parks.

IN ARTS: ‘The Power of Duff’ pushes boundaries, explores socially relevant topics at Boston’s Huntington Theatre, looking to expose the role of religion in a growing secular America.

IN EDITORIAL: Is recycling enough? Tufts students are challenged with the idea to not limit their sustainable efforts only to Zero Waste Week or simply just recycling.

IN SPORTS: Tufts volleyball won all three of its games this weekend and perfect at Hall of Fame Invitational. Tufts has now won five games in a row, its longest winning streak of the season.

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