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]
According to Cecilie Fjellhøy, “Nowadays the best way you can meet someone is on a dating app.” Fjellhøy lived in London when she matched with a man named Simon Leviev, who called himself the “prince of diamonds.” “You always check the Insta,” and that was the first thing she did. What was supposed to be […]
Students studying at Edwin Ginn Library have been increasingly violating Tufts’ COVID-19 policies. Director of Ginn Library and Information Technology at the Fletcher School Cyndi Rubino said that eating and not wearing masks in the library puts the community at risk. “The libraries … are not designated eating areas,” Rubino wrote in an email to […]
I didn’t know much about the circumstances surrounding Bill Clinton’s impeachment when my classmates snickered at the name “Monica Lewinsky.” In 1998, she was only 25 years old when her affair with Bill Clinton led to his impeachment. Twenty-three years later, she’s a producer on the newest installment of FX’s anthology series “American Crime Story” […]
Bert Huang, assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science, hosted the first event in a series of seminars titled, “Making Real-World Data Science Responsible Data Science” for computer science students on Oct. 7. The series is run by the National Science Foundation-funded T-TRIPODS Institute, a multi-department, interdisciplinary effort across Tufts University that focuses on […]
As Tufts University shifts back to more of an in-person experience for students, faculty and staff, Tufts Dining has modified the ways in which it operates, allowing for greater dine-in occupancy while limiting meal swipe options at the university’s dining centers and cafes. During the 2020–21 academic year, many on-campus cafes accepted meal swipes in […]
"We are very passionate about women’s reproductive health, and it is important that Tufts provides these products for their students, especially those who are low-income since they impose a significant financial burden," Kabra, a sophomore, wrote in an email to the Daily. "These menstrual products in public bathrooms are for people to take as needed and will help those who need it the most.
As expected from the “Holmes” moniker, the mysteries and the twisting plot of "Enola Holmes" leave viewers to constantly question what they thought they knew about the story.