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Last Friday, South Hall, a dorm on the Tufts Medford Campus, hosted an Open Mic Night.
Watch the video below to see some talented Tufts students who performed. This student group, called “Snap, Crackle and Pop,” performed a cover of the song Always Coming Back Home to You originally by Atmosphere.
The Tufts Third Day Gospel Choir performed its fall show on November 16. The Gospel Choir is one of Tufts’ largest student music groups, and its performances are always spirited, joyous, and fun. Tufts students of all backgrounds and singing abilities are invited to join the Gospel Choir each semester. The group meets on Friday afternoons to sing a variety of choral works from the African American tradition of religious music.
Check out this video of the 2012 Gospel Choir performing “I Got A Reason”:
The class of 2012 at Tufts School of Dental Medicine decided to have a little fun before saying goodbye to all those pesky graduation requirements. In a newly-released video, these recent grads provide a humorous and lighthearted take on filling cavities, making dentures, and more–all to the tune of Jack Johnson’s “Sitting, Waiting, Wishing” (as well as a little help from the Psycho soundtrack). For new dental students, the video provides an insightful look into the day-to-day activities that take place at Tufts’ downtown campus. For the rest of us, it’s all about the dancing, laughing, and fun music–who knew that dental school could be this entertaining?
Watch the video here: