Hot off the Press | February 11, 2014

IN NEWS: The Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine in January received a $2.5 million donation from Travis and Anne Engen, bringing the school closer to its $5 million fundraising goal for the Henry and Lois Foster Hospital for Small Animals (FHSA).

IN FEATURES: Constitutional Law, a political science course focusing on court decisions, civil liberties and the U.S. Supreme Court, has only been offered to Tufts students three times in the past eight years. The rare class, currently offered this semester, has remained popular and highly sought after by students.

IN ARTS: “Teen Wolf” is the paragon of guilty pleasure television. Populated by attractive supernatural teenagers who fight bad guys while aggressively cool music thumps in the background, the plotlines are convoluted and often downright ridiculous, but, despite its flaws, “Teen Wolf” is a surprisingly good show.

TODAY’S EDITORIAL: As the small Russian coastal town of Sochi begins to receive the world for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games, plans to bring the summer games to Boston in 2024 are already in motion. Is it a good idea?

IN SPORTS: Divide and conquer was the mantra for the men’s track and field team this weekend, as athletes went their separate ways — the majority to Boston University’s David Hemery Invite, others to the Gordon Kelly Invitational at MIT.

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