Holocaust survivor Anna Ornstein stresses importance of hope in trying political times

Anna Ornstein, a Holocaust survivor who pursued a career in psychiatry, addressed 200 people in a packed ASEAN Auditorium in Cabot Intercultural Center yesterday. Ornstein, who survived Auschwitz and several work camps, detailed her experiences in the book “My Mother’s Eyes,” copies of which were available at the event. Her lecture was the 2018 keynote […]

IGC hosts discussion on past, future of Greek life at Tufts

Yesterday evening, the Inter-Greek Council (IGC) and its Diversity and Inclusion Task Force hosted a discussion in Cohen Auditorium entitled “Greek Life at Tufts: Where We Were, Where We’re Going” about the the history of Greek life and its current state at Tufts. The discussion focused on diversity and inclusion, shaping campus life and impact on […]

Do it this weekend: April 20–22

Looking to kick back and relax this 4/20 weekend? Stop by any of these shows to be entertained and enchanted by student performers! FRIDAY “S-Factor Presents: ‘Can’t Hide Love'” Details: S-Factor, Tufts’ all-male a cappella group devoted to the music of the African diaspora, will be performing their semester show “Can’t Hide Love” featuring The Ladies […]

Tufts’ Quiz Bowl team competes in intercollegiate championship

Disclaimer: Zachary Hertz is a managing editor of The Tufts Daily. He was not involved in the writing or editing of this article. This past weekend, four members of Tufts Quiz Bowl traveled to Rosemont, Ill. to compete for the first time in the Intercollegiate Championship Tournament (ICT). Senior Jay Naborn, junior Zachary Hertz, sophomore Jacob Arnstein and first-year […]

To our readers

At the Daily, we strive to ensure that what we publish in our paper is fair, accurate and upholds the values of the community we serve. One of the columns published in the Daily on April 17, “Surveying the rap scene,” failed to abide by our standards. The column, whether intentionally or not by the […]

Jumbos suffer first loss, bounce back against Bobcats

The No. 6 Tufts men’s lacrosse team suffered its first loss of the season on Saturday, losing 20–16 to No. 4 Amherst. The Jumbos bounced back, however, with a 20–12 win over the Bates Bobcats on Tuesday night. The up-and-down week has Tufts (11–1, 7–1 NESCAC) tied atop the conference standings with Amherst and Wesleyan. Tufts’ game against […]

Professor Fiorenzo Omenetto leads team behind innovative, tiny tooth-mounted diet tracker

Research done at the School of Engineering on a new, miniaturized diet-tracking tooth-mounted sensor has recently garnered significant media attention. On March 23, a team from the Department of Biomedical Engineering, led by Frank C. Doble Professor of Engineering Fiorenzo Omenetto, published their research in the journal Advanced Materials about a tiny sensor — two […]

Tufts competes in four regattas to gear up for championship events

The Tufts sailing team once again encountered shifty winds over the weekend, as its sailors participated in their last regattas before qualifiers. The Jumbos competed in four different regattas: the Owen/Mosbacher/Knapp Trophy at Kings Point, N.Y., the President’s Trophy hosted by Boston University, the Thompson Trophy at Conn. College and Northeastern’s Oberg Trophy. Tufts struggled in difficult conditions at […]

Tufts rallies to defeat Amherst after tough loss to Wesleyan

The No. 6 Tufts women’s tennis team (10–4, 5–2 NESCAC) powered through its second straight weekend of multiple away matches, falling 6–3 to Wesleyan on Saturday before rallying the following day to defeat Hamilton, 9–0. Two days later, the Jumbos downed the Amherst Mammoths in a close 5–4 match. Tufts and No. 8 Amherst (8–6) faced […]