Jumbos push for top spot in NESCAC

Disclaimer: Katie Martensen is a copy editor at the Daily. She was not involved in the writing or editing of this article. The Tufts women’s basketball team secured a trio of crucial victories in a three-game home stand this weekend, taking down a pair of NESCAC opponents. Friday, Tufts defeated Conn. College with a score of 75–54 before taking down Wesleyan on Saturday in a 67–56 […]

Former AOII residence to house transfer students

The Office of Residential Life and Learning (ResLife) designated the house occupied by the former AOII Delta chapter as transfer student housing for the upcoming academic year. This decision follows the AOII national Executive Board’s withdrawal of the charter for Tufts’ AOII chapter in December. Next year, ResLife will manage the property located at 25 Whitfield Road, which is owned […]

Bosfeed: A new form of student-produced media

Even before the shoot begins, the set of Bosfeed is full of laughter and camaraderie while maintaining the unmistakable air of professionalism, the creators demonstrating their desire to create great content. In the Tufts University Television (TUTV) studio black box, a camera is set up in the middle of the room with two chairs placed directly […]

Events on the Hill: Week of Jan. 29

TUESDAY “A Conversation with Setti Warren” Details: In this event co-sponsored by the Tisch College of Civic Life, the Tufts Democrats are hosting Setti Warren for a lecture and question-and-answer session. Warren, a former mayor of Newton, Mass. and an Iraq War veteran, is a Democratic candidate for the November 2018 Massachusetts gubernatorial election. According […]

TCU Senate reviews environmental efforts, funding appeals in second meeting

Disclaimer: Jake Taber is a former managing editor at The Tufts Daily. He is no longer involved in the Daily. The Tufts Community Union (TCU) Senate met last night in the Sophia Gordon Multipurpose Room to provide committee updates, learn about how the Senate can enhance environmental efforts on campus, hear a funding appeal, approve […]

When politics, fragile masculinity, incest collide: ‘Riverdale’ Chapter 24

Congratulations, “Riverdale,” you’ve outdone yourself. This week, “Chapter 24: The Wrestler” saw the typically strange “Riverdale” (2017–) cross over into the deranged as sexual energy pulsed through a number of inappropriate relationships. As if that weren’t enough, “Riverdale” also decided to get political this week, which, for the record, must be Cole Sprouse’s doing. Ever since […]

Tufts avenges early-season losses to Williams and Middlebury

The Tufts ice hockey team was on the road over the weekend, taking on Williams (10–8–0) and Middlebury (4–12–2) for the second time this season. The weekend provided an opportunity for the Jumbos to avenge their losses to both teams in December. Despite coming off difficult losses to Trinity and Wesleyan the previous weekend, Tufts dominated Williams for […]

Tufts hosts inaugural Branwen Smith-King Invitational

The No. 20 Tufts women’s track and field team wrapped up its weekend with a strong showing in the inaugural Branwen Smith-King Invitational, placing fifth out of the 16 competing schools. The Tufts-hosted event honored Smith-King, a prominent figure in the Tufts athletic department for 35 years who left the university last spring. “She was a great supporter of the […]

Jumbos perform well at Branwen Smith-King Invitational, John Thomas Terrier Classic

This weekend, the Tufts men’s track and field team was split between two events: the Branwen Smith-King Invitational, held at Gantcher Center, and the John Thomas Terrier Classic at Boston University, both on Saturday. The team had strong showings, coming in second at the Branwen Smith-King Invitational and turning in team-best times at Boston University. The former is a […]