Car fire, bomb threats under ongoing investigation, impacted finals schedule

Multiple law enforcement agencies are involved in an ongoing investigation surrounding bomb threats and a suspected arson that occurred outside of Health Service in the early morning hours of Monday, May 9. The investigation is being carried out by a joint law enforcement team made up of the state Fire Marshal, Somerville Police, Medford Police, Tufts University Police Department (TUPD) and […]


After Years: Chapter 12

Editor’s note: This column is part of a fictional weekly serial. Nothing had gone the way Edgar had planned, which in his experience was rather par for the course when one was dealing with hotheaded criminals and international intrigue, but it was still an enormous disappointment. He had to accept that some of it was […]


Senior Profile: Michael Winget

Graduating senior tri-captain Michael Winget began his swimming and diving career as a promising first-year with three top-six individual performances in the NESCAC Championships. He ended his career as an All-American, NESCAC champion and school record-holder. Winget’s path from up-and-coming 18-year old to established national competitor was as much a result of his talent and […]


Senior Profile: Mitchell Black

For most Tufts students, succeeding either in the classroom or on the athletic field is a significant achievement. However, there are very few Jumbos that are able to excel in both those realms. But graduating senior Mitchell Black, tri-captain of the men’s track and field team and member of the men’s cross country team, is unlike most Tufts students. Black’s academic […]


Senior Profile: Xander Landen

Graduating senior Xander Landen knew he wanted to pursue journalist at age 17 when, as a writer for his hometown newspaper in Weston, Mass., he was given the agency to cover the events that captivated him. “That kind of got me going; it just felt right,” he said. “I loved journalism because it’s something that society needs, and it’s something that involves a […]


NYSD: If this isn’t nice, what is?

Rebecca: New York Style Dehli is the longest running Opinion column the Daily has had. Not only is it the longest running, but it is the only one column written by two people. Seeing as we’re seasoned Daily writers, Pooja and I have written a commencement issue before. However, we have never written a commencement this close […]


The Arena: Democracy in America

During its time at Tufts, this year’s graduating class got to witness some pretty cool events. Tufts had its snowiest winter ever, and President Monaco sledded down the President’s Lawn. The Sox won yet another World Series and the Patriots won yet another Superbowl (#FreeBrady). The Commonwealth of Massachusetts elected a new governor. But the […]


Men’s squash rises to finish with best season in program history

The men’s squash team engineered a dramatic turnaround in its 2015-2016 campaign as the program, revitalized by young talent, saw its first winning season since 2007-2008 and the best season in program history. The Jumbos had never finished more than one game above .500, which they had only done three times since 1999. But Tufts battled to a 14-9 […]


Senior Profile: Janna Karatas

A common theme throughout graduating senior Janna Karatas’s four years at Tufts time on the Hill is her strong interest and commitment towards community and culture. As a FOCUS pre-orientation leader, former Tufts Community Union (TCU) senator, resident of the Spanish House and a member of the Indian and classical dance group Pulse, she has been able to […]


Softball unable to extend NESCAC and NCAA title streaks

Tufts softball’s season ended on May 15, with a 4-2 loss to WPI in the NCAA tournament’s regional championship round. After three consecutive NCAA titles, the early exit was disappointing for coach Cheryl Milligan’s talent-packed team. Tufts also fell to Williams in the final game of the NESCAC championship tournament over the weekend of May 6-8. […]


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