Hot off the Press | April 11, 2014

In News: Tufts Dining Services recently changed the hours of late-night dining at the Commons Deli and Grill on Fridays and Saturdays, after receiving reports of rowdy student behavior.

In Features: Over the next five years, the Green Line will extend into Somerville, ending on College Avenue. Two of the planned stops — at Washington Street and in Union Square — are scheduled to open in 2017. City planners are discussing the changes, analyzing the ways in which the plan’s advantages and disadvantages will be addressed.

In Arts: While some may have worried that the auteur was going mainstream with this latest film, “Noah” still retains Aronofsky’s unique imprint, making it a delightfully strange interpretation that — though far from perfect — is an engaging, thought-provoking film.

In Sports: Jumbos performed more in line with expectations, cruising to a 15-10 win over the Gulls to improve their road record to 5-0 on the season. With the victory, Tufts matches its win total from a year ago.

 

Advertisements