Hot off the Press | April 3, 2014

IN NEWS:   The Office of Undergraduate Admissions released its remaining admissions decisions last Friday, which include a record-low 17.4 percent acceptance rate for the Class of 2018.

IN ARTS: Public art generally does not aim to incite controversy — after all, these sorts of open-area murals and sculptures are usually installed to visually enhance their surroundings and engage the community. However, recently, pieces on at least two Boston-area campuses, including Tufts’, have accomplished just that.

TODAY’S EDITORIAL: The United States Supreme Court yesterday chipped away further at campaign finance regulations and solidified its stance that political donations are equivalent to political speech, allowing individuals to donate more money to candidates and parties in an election cycle.

IN SPORTS:  The co-ed sailing team continued its spring campaign over the weekend at the 33rd Annual Marchiando Team Race at MIT. The team came in second place out of sixteen, marking a great start to a promising season.

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