Events on the Hill — Week of March 26

MONDAY “Civic Life Lunch — Against Invisibility: Chinese America, History, and the Family Album” Details: Associate Professor of American Studies at Brown University Robert Lee will discuss Against Invisibility, a digital project that explores Chinese Americans’ use of photography to investigate narratives of belonging and nationality in this event hosted by the Jonathan M. Tisch […]

‘RuPaul’s Drag Race: All Stars’ fallout, season 10 premiere

We don’t get a break! With “All Stars 3” all wrapped up and season 10 underway, let’s take a look at the past two weeks of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” (2009–). “All Stars 3” Finale: It was a rough one. The Drag Race world was in shambles after the shocking conclusion of the third season of “All Stars.” All […]

Anna Del Castillo wins Wendell Phillips Award, to speak at Senior Baccalaureate Service

Anna Del Castillo, Tufts Community Union (TCU) vice president, is the winner of the Wendell Phillips Award and will be the senior baccalaureate speaker. The Wendell Phillips Award, established in 1896, is given annually to a senior who demonstrates skill in public speaking and a sense of civic responsibility. The Committee on Student Life (CSL), with non-voting administrative support […]

Tufts closes successful West Coast swing with upset of No. 5 Pomona-Pitzer

The No. 8 Tufts women’s tennis team went 2–1 in its three matches in Southern California over spring break, bringing its record to 3–2 on the season. The Jumbos began their trip in Northridge, Calif. on March 18 with a 7–2 win over the No. 27 Whitman College Blues. Coming off a 9–0 victory at Wellesley the weekend prior, […]

‘Riverdale’ Chapter 29: The one where everyone runs for office

The following is a public service announcement for any of you people who quit watching “Riverdale” (2017–) this season because it “went downhill”: “Riverdale” is good again!! Seriously! It is important to note that classifying “Riverdale” as “good” in no way indicates any amount of actual quality, but the past few weeks have been a ton […]

Eleven Tufts students receive Fulbright grants for 2017–2018 academic year

Disclaimer: Abigail Feldman is a former Managing Editor and Executive News Editor at the Daily. She was not involved in the writing or editing of this article. Eleven Tufts alumni were awarded grants through the Fulbright Program, an international exchange program for college graduates and alumni sponsored by the U.S. government for the 2017–2018 academic year. This makes Tufts a top producer of Fulbright […]

Op-Ed: Prepared for the worst

The cafeteria was crowded with students enjoying lunch between summer exams. In an instant, a bomb concealed in a bag left near a table exploded, tearing flesh from limbs. Corpses lay on the floor, while survivors wailed, covered in blood. Seven people were killed, including five Americans; about 80 people were wounded, including Israelis, Arabs, Americans and South Koreans. The attack, […]

Kimura sets school record, earns honorable mention All-American honors in final meet

For Tufts senior co-captain Anna Kimura, there was no better way to finish off her collegiate swimming career than to compete at her first national championship. Kimura, the only member of the women’s team to travel to the NCAA Championships, competed in the 200-yard individual medley, the 100-yard breaststroke and the 200-yard breaststroke over the course of the […]

The Tuftonian Dream: Motorcycle guy

When you were young, you maybe had a dream. You were going to fly to the moon, pass EC 5, cure cancer. Then, you grew up. You cut your hair, chose your major, changed your outlook. You changed a lot, but did you change your dream? Junior Dylan Sivori was six years old when he […]