Charges against Tufts Dining workers dropped, independent investigation launched

Cellphone footage obtained by the Daily shows the arrests of Victor White and Alexandros Armand on the night of June 15 and 16. The Essex County District Attorney’s Office dropped all charges against two Tufts Dining workers and appointed a special prosecutor to investigate claims that the officers used excessive force against the men. District […]


Op-ed: An alumna’s call to burn Greek life to the ground

Content warning: This article mentions sexual violence and exclusion based on racial, sexual and gender identity. Correction: A previous version of this op-ed gave an incorrect date to Tufts Panhellenic Council’s decision to suspend recruitment. The op-ed has been updated to reflect this change. The Daily regrets this error. Over eight years ago, I wrote […]


Students from coast to coast protest police brutality, seek justice for George Floyd
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Manhattan, New York City “You’re one of the good ones,” an officer told one of Cara Hernandez’s friends in high school after checking their school ID. Hernandez, who is African American and Puerto Rican American, and her friend, who is African American, attended a private school in the Bronx. To Hernandez, the implication was clear.  […]


Mail services employees allege racial discrimination, unfair pay practices

When rising junior Olivia Smith wanted a job in the Tufts University Mail Services Department, she was able to start working on the mailroom floor just one day after walking in to ask about employment opportunities. “I strolled in, and there’s actually no process to get hired,” Smith said. “I just talked to Sheila, who […]


Tufts alumna Grace Talusan wins Boston Book Festival’s One City One Story

The Boston Book Festival (BBF) named Tufts alumna Grace Talusan (LA ’94) as its One City One Story contest winner for 2020 for her piece of short fiction “The Book of Life and Death” (2007, 2020). The One City One Story winner is traditionally a key part of the festival and will be this year […]


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