A conversation with new director of Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies program, Sabina Vaught

Dr. Sabina Vaught is the newly appointed director of the Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies (WGSS) program at Tufts. She is also the interim chair of the Department of Education, and co-chair of the Graduate Consortium in Women’s Studies, an intercollegiate program based at MIT. She spoke with the Daily about her plans for the […]

Events on the Hill – Oct. 17

MONDAY A Year Like No Other: Politics & the Press in 2016 Details: Journalist David Gregory will be hosting a panel discussion on this year’s presidential election. Guests include NPR’s Asma Khalid, Mic! founder Jake Horowitz and New York Times reporter Patrick Healy (LA ’93). Registration required. When and Where: 7-8:30 p.m., Granoff Music Center, Distler Auditorium Sponsor: Jonathan Tisch […]

Jumbos’ unbeaten streak broken against Bantams

History repeated itself for Tufts (3-1), which fell 28-36 to the 4-0 Trinity Bantams on Saturday. Trinity has now broken Tufts’ undefeated streak in the fourth game of the season in two consecutive years. Though Tufts mounted a late comeback that closed the gap to eight points with just over a minute left of play, Trinity dominated the […]

Inter Greek Council takes First steps toward Greek life anti-racism task force

The Inter-Greek Council (IGC) is working with the LGBT Center, the Chief Diversity Officer and the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life to create a Greek Life Anti-Racism task force, according to Christin Mujica, IGC vice president of community engagement. Each Greek organization at Tufts is required to send two representatives to participate on the […]

Does ‘Ben and Lauren’ deserve final rose?

Ever wonder what kind of dreams former Bachelor Ben Higgins had as a kid? These are the types of revelations that can be found on the first “The Bachelor” (2002 – present) spinoff that no one asked for, but now everyone needs. Seventy percent scripted, 100 percent stupid, “Ben and Lauren: Happily Ever After?” which premiered […]

Is thing on? Albums in the making

In high school, I was fortunate enough to have permission to drive my mother’s 2007 Volvo station wagon. It was in relatively good condition but lacked one element: an AUX cord. As a teenage girl doomed to listen to the crackly Top 40 radio waves of central Mass., I only had one choice. When life gives you a […]

Out of Left Field: Missing in action, Zach Britton

This postseason has been a case study in bullpen usage. From Zach Britton to Andrew Miller to game five of the National League Divisional Series (NLDS), we’ve seen polar opposite approaches to bullpen usage. In the AL wild card game, Orioles Manager Buck Showalter waited too long to use Britton, who had allowed one run in his […]

The Arena: From across the pond

If you have been following my Instagram lately, you will have noticed that I am studying abroad in the United Kingdom this year. To be honest, it’s a bit of a bummer to miss out on the last month of the presidential campaign. It’s even more of a bummer having to wake up at 2 […]

Tufts men’s basketball lends a hand at Medford High basketball clinic

The Tufts men’s basketball team helped kindergarten through eighth graders learn basketball fundamentals at a clinic hosted by Medford High School on Oct. 15. This was the team’s first collaboration with the high school and part of an ongoing effort to connect the team with the neighborhoods surrounding Tufts, according to Tufts men’s basketball coach Bob Sheldon. […]