Hot off the Press | March 27, 2014

IN NEWS:    Tufts Against Genocide and the Cummings/Hillel Program for Holocaust and Genocide Education hosted their annual Survivors Speak panel last night, in which genocide survivors shared their stories with members of the Tufts community.

IN FEATURES: Debate about National Security Agency (NSA) surveillance programs on Capitol Hill have sparked discussions on the hill.

IN ARTS: Freshman Sophie Maki has a rather unique hobby: She runs a blog on Tumblr on vegan baking. When it comes to animal rights Maki isn’t particularly political; she instead prefers culinary expertise to activism.

TODAY’S EDITORIAL: The MBTA will initiate a pilot program to provide late-night T service beginning this weekend, extending service hours to as late as 3 a.m. on Friday and Saturday nights.

IN SPORTS:  The goal of the women’s basketball team at the beginning of the season was to win the NESCAC Championship. By the end of the season, the team had not only met that goal — they had blown all expectations out of the water.

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