Advice Column

Started in March 2018, the Tufts Daily Advice Column features a rotating cast of Daily staff members and Tufts students who answer life questions posed to them by the greater Tufts community. Selected questions and answers appear in each edition of the daily in the Comics page. To submit a question, fill out the google […]

Former Tufts Hillel president Harry Weissman speaks on ‘anti-occupation’ movement IfNotNow

Harry Weissman (LA ’17) was the former president of Tufts Hillel and is currently an active member of IfNotNow, a national movement “to end American Jewish support for the occupation.” IfNotNow has organized several demonstrations in Boston over the past year, such as an anti-Semitism vigil in August, a rally calling for the release of […]

The Tuftonian Dream: The good life

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? Sophomore Robert Joseph was just a youngster in Utah […]

The Equalizer: The CCL and the CONCACAF myth

While the UEFA Champions League (UCL) quarterfinals took center stage last week, MLS and Liga MX — Mexico’s top league — duked it out in the CONCACAF Champions League (CCL) first-leg semifinals to determine North and Central American supremacy. Toronto FC’s historic 3–1 semifinal home win against Club America on Tuesday was only the second […]