Teeing Off: Chappell’s highs, Poulter’s lows, and Major outlook

Hello friends, Sam Nowicki here. Welcome to my final column of the school year. Also, major props to anyone who caught the reference of the first sentence. Slide into my DMs, we’ll be good friends. This past week at the Valero Texas Open, Kevin Chappell broke through for his first career victory in his 180th […]

TCA hosts climate rally in conjunction with Boston’s March for Science

Tufts Climate Action (TCA) hosted the ‘Rally for Climate Justice’ on Mayer Campus Center Lower Patio on Saturday, in part to urge the university to divest its direct holding in the fossil fuel industry. The rally took place on the same day as the March for Science in Boston, which was part of a series of […]

Events on the Hill — Week of April 24

MONDAY “Peace in the Middle East? One hundred years after the Balfour Declaration” Details: Miguel Ángel Moratinos Cuyaubé, Spain’s former Minister of Foreign Affairs and the European Union’s former Special Representative for the Middle East Peace Process for seven years, is speaking at Tufts for an event hosted by the Institute for Global Leadership (IGL). Where and When: Alumnae […]

On Queer: On coming out

I never stop coming out to new and old friends. Every time I converse about my weekend or about romantic or sexual adventures, I contemplate the terms my peers and I mutually understand. Most of the time, I can get away with saying “partner” and leave it at that. However, more often than not, there […]

Several Jumbos set PRs in last regular-season meet

Tufts competed this weekend at the Trinity College Invitational, the team’s last regular-season meet before the start of NESCACs.  The team was smaller than usual last weekend because many of the players took time off to rest. “The girls who did compete were able to hit some solid marks, and even got some [personal records],” junior Jennifer […]

Chelsea Handler on her new show and the blending of politics and comedy

Chelsea Handler is known for never holding back. Her fiercely honest critiques of public figures, which used to only target celebrities, have now shifted to prominent politicians in her new Netflix talk show, “Chelsea” (2016–present). To introduce the second season of the show, which premiered earlier this month, Handler begins the first episode with, “Thank you! I’m back! The last time I was sitting […]

Tufts Dining reinstates Linda Furgala at Carmichael Dining Center

Disclaimer: Linda Furgala’s daughter is an assistant news editor at the Daily. She was not involved in the production of this article. Linda Furgala, an employee at Carmichael Dining Center who was fired during the middle of her shift last Wednesday night, told the Daily on Friday afternoon that her job has been reinstated. Furgala said […]

Benya Kraus announces candidacy for TCU President

UPDATE: An earlier version of this article stated that the election for TCU President is on Tuesday, but it has been moved to Wednesday. Benya Kraus, the diversity & community affairs officer for Tufts Community Union (TCU) Senate, is the only candidate for Wednesday’s election for TCU President. As a result, this year’s election will be […]

Art-à-Porter: Elsa Schiaparelli, the artist who makes clothes

For my column this week, I decided to throw it back to the 1930s, when Elsa Schiaparelli and Coco Chanel were the two rivals contending for the title of queen of the fashion industry. Schiaparelli eventually lost that ‘rivalité,’ as her name today is clearly not omnipresent as Chanel. The innovations she brought to designing are nonetheless invaluable, […]