be inactive for the Fall 2002 semester, please check with us in the Spring
2003 for new activities and announcements, but feel free to search our
website for our still important information. In the interim, our mailing
list will still be active, and we can still be contacted.
Our Mission Statement: "As students
concerned with issues surrounding violence, we will explore our identities,
educate the community and ourselves, and create social change".
check again in Spring 2003
This semester, we will hold bi-weekly
(every other week) discussion meetings on Thursdays from 9:15
to 10:20 PM in the Smith Room (207) of the campus center.
Weekly meetings are divided into a business portion and a discussion topic
led by a member or guest speaker. Please note that certain meetings
will begin earlier than noted and at a different location. Check the announcements
and events pages for any changes to meetings.
In addition to meetings, TCMAV holds
and participates in multiple events throughout each semester. Please
take a look at our upcoming events. To learn more about what TCMAV
has done in years past, check out our archive
and newsletters (see publications). In particular,
read the letters from current and former TCMAV officers and the TCMAV history
So come to a meeting and find out
what we're all about.
is not exclusively for men. Women are encouraged to attend meetings
and be active members.
If you would like to talk to an executive
officer in the group, please visit our contacts
page. If you would like to know how to get involved with TCMAV and
our email list, please click here.
We are looking
for personal stories, opinions, reflections, and poetry for our semesterly
publication. All members of the Tufts community are encouraged to submit
your articles for publication. Please send all submissions and questions
to Joe Tuggle, email@example.com
(word file attachments are generally preferred)
Wednesday, March 13, 2002
out about recent campus events, Scott and Kenny follow up viewpoint with
a letter to the editor, click here.