Alex Viveros

Alex Viveros is the Editor in Chief at The Tufts Daily. He is a junior studying Biology and Community Health. Alex can be reached at [email protected]

Letter from the Editor in Chief: What makes Tufts a community for you?

The great thing about Tufts is that no matter what, there's always a place for you, and the people you'll meet here are eager to welcome you home.

Letter from the Editor in Chief: Class of 2024, welcome home

Dear Class of 2024, On behalf of the entire Tufts Daily, I’d like to be one of many to officially welcome you to Tufts! My name is Alex Viveros, and as is traditional of the Editor in Chief for the first issue of the year, I want to use this letter as an opportunity to […]

NESCAC who’s who – fall 2020

Amherst  Located in western Massachusetts’ Pioneer Valley, Amherst College was founded in 1821. Amherst has been a Div. III athletics powerhouse in recent years, winning 11 NCAA team championships in the past 10 years. Amherst’s greatest rival in the NESCAC is Williams College, perhaps because Amherst was founded when the president of Williams attempted to […]

Letter from the Managing Board: Let’s get to work

On behalf of The Tufts Daily, welcome back to the Hill. We know this is a time of unique challenges, but we know this semester will undoubtedly yield meaningful experiences as well. As journalists, we are inspired by the advocacy and strength of our community. We watched and reported as you provided resources for those […]

Students report long lines, wait times at Tufts Dining locations

Several students have reported long wait times across multiple dining locations on the Medford-Somerville campus. At Carmichael Dining Center and Pax Et Lox Glatt Kosher Deli, students have waited for over an hour in lines that extend several hundred feet outside both locations. Some students attributed the delays to inconsistencies with the pickup times estimated […]

Why you should be playing ‘Star Wars: Battlefront II’

With recent developments requiring all of us to be forced to stay inside, it’s no surprise that the past month has brought us the cultural re-emergence of tons of beloved video games. Whether you’re playing Minecraft, Animal Crossing or even whipping out Call of Duty and NBA 2K, now is the time to get back […]

Letter from the Managing Board: Covering our global community

Dear Tufts Community, These are trying times. With heavy hearts, we will leave our Hill behind this weekend, many months too early. Nevertheless, our community has shown incredible resolve, facing these rapid and unprecedented changes in stride and coming together as the vibrant community we are. Kindness, support and generosity have poured forth for those […]

Men’s lacrosse wins big in 1st 2 games

With freshly shaven heads, a dominating pair of opening wins and a squad ready to fill the shoes left behind by a particularly eclectic group of seniors, there’s no doubt about it — Tufts men’s lacrosse is back. After winning their ninth NESCAC title last year prior to their untimely exit in the NCAA quarterfinals, […]

Letter from the Managing Board: Celebrating 40 years

Today marks four decades since the founding of The Tufts Daily. In this time, over 1,800 members of our masthead have worked to put rigorous, ethical and community-oriented journalism into print every weekday for 40 years, covering daily life at Tufts and the various milestones along the way. We are humbled to be at the […]

Men’s soccer prepares for Final Four

On Friday, the men’s soccer team will compete in its fourth Final Four appearance under coach Josh Shapiro in Greensboro, N.C. The team will face a familiar foe in the Calvin University Knights, who the Jumbos beat by one point in their last two NCAA Div. III championship finals appearances in 2016 and 2018. Last […]