Students discuss experiences, history of Tibet, China

Disclaimer: Khaliun Narangerel is a graphics and layout editor at The Tufts Daily. She was not involved in the writing or editing of this article. Recently, the annual Parade of Nations event organized by the International Club (I-Club) caused controversy among the Chinese and Tibetan student communities. According to a March 1 Daily article, a group of […]

‘Riverdale’ Chapter 27: What happens in ‘Lodge’ lodge stays in ‘Lodge’ lodge

Welcome to the latest episode of “Riverdale” (2017–) that for some reason also functioned as a 42-minute-long promotion for coming of age/coming out movie “Love, Simon” (2018)? This Riverdale gang-led infomercial felt mostly like filler, but that didn’t stop “Chapter 27: The Hills Have Eyes” from solidifying itself as one of the best episodes of […]

Jumbos’ postseason run ends with 66–48 loss to Polar Bears in Elite Eight

Playing in the Elite Eight of the NCAA tournament on Saturday night, the Tufts women’s basketball team fell to a familiar foe: Bowdoin. The Jumbos defeated the Polar Bears in the NESCAC tournament semifinals on Feb. 24, with a decisive 60–48 victory. That win was redemption for Tufts, as Bowdoin won 66–53 in the teams’ regular-season matchup on Jan. […]

Op-Ed: Enough is enough

On March 14, the one month anniversary of the Parkland shooting, Tufts students and students around the country will walk out of their classes in a showing of solidarity and a call for action. We walk out to protest all forms of gun violence: from police brutality, to mass shootings, to systemic forms of gun […]

Fletcher Arctic VII Conference speaks about science diplomacy, sustainability

The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy hosted “Fletcher Arctic VII: Innovation and Sustainability in the Arctic,” the seventh annual Arctic Conference last Friday. The conference was organized by the Fletcher Arctic Initiative, according to the conference website and took place in the ASEAN Auditorium. Around 30 people, including Tufts students, visiting students and Tufts faculty, were in attendance. […]

Events on the Hill — Week of March 12

MONDAY “Public Lecture: Acting Regional Administrator of the U.S. General Services Admin” Details: The Department of Urban and Environmental Planning (UEP) is hosting Glenn Rotondo, acting regional administrator for the U.S. General Services Administration, as part of their colloquium series. Lunch will be provided. Where and when: Crane Room, Paige Hall; 12–1 p.m. “The Swiss […]

TCU Senate discusses funding requests, referendum, policy proposal

Disclaimer: Samuel Weitzman is a sports editor at the Daily. He was not involved in the writing or editing of this article. The Tufts Community Union (TCU) Senate met last night in the Sophia Gordon Multipurpose Room to hear funding requests, a proposed referendum and a policy proposal. TCU President Benya Kraus, a senior, opened the meeting by reminding the […]

‘RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars’ 3: #BenDeLaChrist, train(?) rights, more

We’re almost at the finish line! It’s been two weeks of nonstop drama, and it’s time now to revisit our All Stars after episodes six and seven and talk about what to expect from the finale. BenDeLaCreme’s shocking self-elimination: The internet is just beginning to recover from episode six’s shocking conclusion. After a disappointing conclusion to the […]

Jumbos put on strong offensive display in win over Engineers

The No. 12 Tufts women’s lacrosse team took on MIT (1–2) at home on Saturday, winning handily by a score of 21–10. The game came a few days after the team was scheduled to play Endicott, but last week’s harsh weather postponed that game until further notice. Continuing a high-scoring trend from last week’s season opener (a […]

TEDxTufts shares stories, seeks to revise perspectives

TEDxTufts, the independently organized Technology, Entertainment and Design (TED) conference, brought ten speakers to the stage in Cohen Auditorium on Sunday afternoon to share talks covering topics ranging from cybersecurity to one woman’s story of her gender transition. The theme of this year’s series of talks, which happened in two sessions, was “Re:Vision,” according to Taylor Fasolo, TEDxTufts’ creative […]