Alexis Enderle is an Editor at The Tufts Daily. She is a Junior studying English and minoring in French. Alexis can be reached at [email protected].

Charlie Curtis-Beard talks artistry, TikTok music, Spring Fling performance

On April 29, Tufts students will flock to the Academic Quad for Spring Fling, the annual musical festival that rounds out each spring semester. Headlined by Flo Rida, the recent lineup announcement certainly caused a buzz. One of two openers for Rida is none other than rapper and TikTok hit Charlie Curtis-Beard. The Daily spoke […]

‘Murdaugh Murders: A Southern Scandal’ and why you should or shouldn’t watch it

Unless you have been holed up in your dorm room or Tisch Library studying for the past six weeks, you’ve probably heard about disgraced South Carolina attorney Alex Murdaugh, who was on trial for the murders of his wife, Maggie, and younger son, Paul, back in the summer of 2021. On Thursday, the prosecution and […]

Return to the world of ‘Willow’

First things first, watch the original movie “Willow” (1988). Starring Warwick Davis in the titular role alongside Val Kilmer as Madmartigan and Joanne Whalley as Sorsha, the film has a similar vibe to “The Princess Bride” (1987) as it tells a story of destiny, magic and love. With a story by George Lucas, the original […]

Go watch ‘The Hatchet Wielding Hitchhiker’ on Netflix immediately!

“Have you heard about Kai, the hitchhiking hatchet hero?” Netflix’s recent hit true-crime documentary doesn’t wait long to draw you in. Hitchhiker, hatchet and hero aren’t three words you would expect to hear together, but in 2013, a man who seemed to embody this title took the internet by storm, becoming a meme, appearing on […]

The game has found its feet again in ‘Enola Holmes 2’

Two years after Netflix released “Enola Holmes” (2020), an adaptation of Nancy Springer’s “The Enola Holmes Mysteries” series, Millie Bobby Brown returns as Enola, with Louis Partridge as Lord Tewkesbury and Henry Cavill as Sherlock Holmes in “Enola Holmes 2” (2022). The sequel dives further into Victorian London as Enola tries to build her own […]

Enter a fairytale in ‘The School for Good and Evil’

One of the newest movies on Netflix, “The School for Good and Evil,” is based on Soman Chainani’s 2013 novel of the same name. Have you ever wondered where fairy tales like Cinderella and Jack and the Beanstalk come from? Two best friends, Sophie and Agatha of Gavaldon, have long used them to escape their […]

Need a spooky read? Try ‘The Butcher and the Wren’ by Alaina Urquhart

Hidden in Louisiana’s bayous resides a serial killer whose shifting MO (modus operandi) has stumped investigators. Dr. Wren Muller, the local forensic pathologist, provides her own insights as the mystery unravels. As it becomes clear that Dr. Muller’s path has crossed the Bayou Butcher previously, time begins to run out, and she joins the detectives […]

‘Sins of Our Mother’ revisits shocking story of Lori Vallow

The blonde woman standing before a podium answering questions is contestant number 13 in the Mrs. Texas pageant, Lori Ryan. “Being a good mom is very important to me, and a good wife, and a good worker, and being all those things together is not easy, so I’m basically a ticking time bomb,” Ryan says […]

What to know before you watch Netflix’s ‘Partner Track’

In a new Netflix series, Ingrid Yun is on the “Partner Track” (2022-) at a top New York City law firm Parsons Valentine and Hunt, navigating drama in her work and love lives. Always the perfect student, Ingrid was high school valedictorian and later top of her class at Harvard Law and has grown used […]

CREATE pre-orientation leaders, participants find community through art

The CREATE pre-orientation program, formerly known as Arts @ Tufts, celebrated its fifth year this summer by introducing a new generation of Jumbos to the Tufts and Greater Boston arts scenes. CREATE stands for Cultivating Relationships by Engaging in the Arts at Tufts Experiences. Through this program, students from the School of the Museum of […]