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The Tufts Daily
Where you read it first | Sunday, April 14, 2024

Sophie Axelrod


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Tufts club hockey skates in historical women’s game

On Feb. 10, the Tufts Club Hockey team met UMass Lowell’s Women’s Club Ice Hockey on the ice of Medford’s Flynn Rink for a historical matchup: the Women's Game for the Tufts’ all-gender organization. Despite losing 5–3, the female-identifying members of the Tufts team still had a blast during the first-of-its-kind match.

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Tufts Dance Collective dances their way through ‘Your Roman Empire’

Tufts Dance Collective’s semester show, “TDC Presents: Your Roman Empire,” on December 2nd at Cohen Auditorium was a performance for the ages. Tufts Dance Collective, or TDC for short, is one of many dance groups on Tufts’ campus that highlight student creativity and freedom of expression. Student choreography and creative wit are the forefront of this energetic and playful club. The Tufts Dance Collective has been around for at least 15 years and is a community event many enjoy participating in, leading or spectating. As one of the most highly anticipated student performances at Tufts, tickets for TDC often sell out within minutes of going on sale.There were 14 different group dances this semester. In pairs, students pitched names and themes around which to choreograph their dances. With titles like “Phineas and Ferbalicious” and “Barb Mitzvah,” the music and choreography of the dances often emulate and combine pop culture references.

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Mixed reviews on Hodgdon Food-On-The-Run’s long-awaited return

When Hodgdon Food-On-The-Run closed on March 10, 2023 for remodeling, many Tufts students were upset with the lack of dining options on campus and the temporary shutdown. Hodgdon Food-On-the-Run, affectionately nicknamed “Hodge,” serves as a staple for grab-and-go snacks or quick takeout meals. This semester it reopened after closing the remainder of the 2022-2023 school year.

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Brand ambassadors on campus: Who are they and what do they do?

La Colombe Coffee, Guayakí Yerba Mate, Notion? These are just some of the brands that Tufts students have been ambassadors for. Students will act as ambassadors for various brands to help promote them, encourage business, network with employers and expand their interests. Each position may function differently and involve various responsibilities, but each ambassador network aims to build meaningful connections with students.

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TEMS: Getting to know Tufts' first responders

Tufts Emergency Medical Services is known as TEMS on Tufts’ Medford/Somerville campus. TEMS works to help provide medical care for Tufts students. It is completely student-run, with oversight and supervision from Captain Mark Roche of Tufts University Police Department and Dr. Stacey Sperling of Tufts University Health Service. 

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