Editor’s note: Since the publication of this article, information regarding the administration’s response to Tufts Students for Justice in Palestine’s referendum has been provided to the Daily, and is reflected below in a statement made on Dec. 21 by Patrick Collins, executive director of media relations at Tufts. Individuals appointed to positions on the TCU […]
Gebetsberger, a senior, acknowledged that the faculty is likely to pass EP/F for the spring semester regardless of the Senate’s input. However, he explained that it is still important for the Senate to vote on the matter.
In a conversation led by TCU Diversity Officer Mathew Peña, the body discussed a recent incident at the Dunkin’ location involving a Tufts student who alleged in a Facebook post that they were denied a position on account of their race.
The Tufts Community Union (TCU) Senate discussed the U.S. presidential election in an online meeting on Sunday night and heard updates from the TCU Senate Executive Board and the various committee chairs.
The Tufts Community Union (TCU) Senate elected two additional members to the TCU Senate Allocations Board (ALBO) and discussed an effort by Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) to present a resolution to End the Deadly Exchange at Tufts as a referendum to the entire student body.
ECOM is concerned that students' lack of interest to run for an open position in the Oct. 1 election will correlate with a low-interest level in the bylaw-required election on Oct. 16.
Sevigny has worked in the field of education since 2003 and has served in various departments related to student conduct and residential life at institutions including Johnson & Wales University, Assumption College and Eastern Connecticut State University, in addition to Northeastern University.
The change was made to eliminate barriers for students who had to choose between volunteering with the admissions office and acquiring a paid job elsewhere.
In place of in-person visits, the Office of Undergraduate Admissions has offered virtual information sessions, campus tours, student panels and “Java with a Jumbo,” a program that allows prospective students to speak with current undergraduates.