Association of Latin American Students
The Association of Latin American Students (ALAS) is a
student-run organization that seeks to bring together students that
are part of, or interested in, the Latino community at Tufts. ALAS's
primary goal is to meet the needs of the Latino student population
at Tufts as well as providing an arena for intellectual discourse on
issues facing the Latino community at large. The group meets
Wednesdays at 10 pm at the Latino Center.
More information about ALAS >
United For Immigrant Justice
Tufts United For Immigrant Justice is a student group founded in
2014. We believe that no human being is illegal. We aim to address
the inequities and obstacles faced by undocumented immigrants to
develop a sustainable grassroots movement led by both undocumented
and allies. These principles orient our demands for justice and
equality for all humans irrespective of immigration status, gender,
sexuality, economic status, race or other forms of oppression. We
believe that this struggle is crucial and immigration reform needs
to happen now in order to relieve the millions of people impacted by
the necessary comprehensive immigration reform. We plan to educate
and take action in order to inspire people to be part of the
movement for immigrant justice.
Meetings are Tuesday at 9pm in Eaton 203! All are welcome. Contact
us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SOLES (Tufts Society of Latino Engineers and
Tufts SOLES is an organization affiliated with MAES (Mexican American
Engineering Students), which is a national society that supports minorities
majoring in STEM fields. While started by a group of Mexican American students
at Tufts, SOLES is open to all students. They meet Tuesdays at 10 pm at the Latino center.