In the fall of 2019, the Office of Residential Life and Learning unintentionally created a lasting friendship. As Alexandra Everbach and Lucy Morrison moved into their respective singles in Carmichael Hall, they were without a doubt excited to meet new people. Though first-year interactions with strangers can often feel awkward and forced, this was not the case for Everbach and Morrison. They had something very special in common that served as an instantaneous spark of connection: a mutual love of Louisa May Alcott’s famous novel “Little Women.”
Flashback to January 2021, if you can — or want to, even. After a long hiatus from our favorite superpowered protagonists, Marvel Studios was set to release its new project: “WandaVison” (2021). The word “new” is important here, as this project gave Marvel some firsts. It was the first series centering Marvel Cinematic Universe actors reprising their blockbuster roles on the small screen of Disney+. And it was, arguably, Marvel’s first attempt at playing with genre within its superhero-flick formula. And it was the first of many — perhaps too many — MCU shows coming to Disney+.
Four hands, two pianos, 176 keys, 20 fingers: On the evening of Thursday, Feb. 17, Tufts’ Department of Music highlighted two of its most gifted pianists. "Doubles: Thomas Stumpf and Edith Auner, piano" showcased spectacular feats of musical skill, precision and artistry.