Anar Kansara

Anar Kansara is a News Editor at the Tufts Daily. She is a junior and can be reached at anar.kansara@tufts.edu.


Candidates for Senate, Judiciary pitch platforms at ECOM forum

Students running to be Tufts Community Union (TCU) Class of 2021 Senators, First-Generation Community Senator and TCU Judiciary members detailed their platforms at last night’s TCU Candidates’ Forum, held in Barnum 008 by TCU Elections Commission (ECOM). The forum was held before today’s TCU elections, during which students will be able to vote all day […]


Tufts removes Disorientation Guide from Facebook class pages

The Tufts Disorientation Guide for this year was removed from the official Tufts University Class of 2020 and 2021 Facebook pages on Sunday, Sept. 3 by Communications and the Office of the Dean of Student Affairs, according to Mickey Toogood, a communications and multimedia specialist at the dean’s office. The Disorientation Guide is a document anonymously authored […]


Panelists discuss journeys, struggles of Syrian refugees in Greater Boston Area

Tufts’ Institute for Global Leadership (IGL) hosted a panel discussion last night about ongoing efforts to resettle Syrian refugees in the Greater Boston area. The event, which was part of the IGL’s Inquiry program, featured Jewish Family Service of Metrowest (JFS) CEO Marc Jacobs, JFS Director of Immigrant and Youth Services Lucia Carballo Panichella (LA ’04) and Jenna […]


Sackler School Dean Naomi Rosenberg to retire this year

Naomi Rosenberg, dean of the Sackler School of Biomedical Graduate Sciences, plans to retire at the end of the academic year, stepping down from her role as dean on June 30, according to Harris Berman, dean of the Tufts School of Medicine. Rosenberg has served as dean of the Sackler School since 2004, and she also serves […]


Owners of Dave’s Fresh Pasta to open new restaurant near 574 Boston Ave.

The owners of Dave’s Fresh Pasta, a specialty food and wine market in Davis Square, are planning to open a small new restaurant and bar in late spring on the edge of the Tufts campus, near the Collaborative Innovation and Learning Complex at 574 Boston Ave., called Semolina Kitchen and Bar. According to Robert Chihade, Tufts’ director […]


Tufts alumni featured in Forbes 30 Under 30 list

Two Tufts alumni, Jake Dell (LA ’09) and Alex Schmider (LA ’13), were featured as part of Forbes Magazine’s annual 30 Under 30 list in the categories of Food & Drink and Media. Schmider, who graduated from Tufts with a degree in psychology and a minor in communications and media studies (CMS), is a senior strategist […]


Tisch College’s CIRCLE releases poll showing millennial voting trends

Tisch College’s Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement (CIRCLE) conducted a new poll of millennial voters from ages 18 to 34 between Sept. 21 and Oct. 3, demonstrating that while millennials have a high interest in the election, less than 30 percent have been contacted by campaigns in 2016. About 66 percent of millennials have said that they […]


TTS creates intiatives supporting Cyber Security Awareness Month

Tufts Technology Services (TTS) is aiming to raise awareness among students to help them stay safe online and inform them of services available to keep cyber accounts secure as a part of National Cyber-Security Awareness Month this October, TTS Manager of Service Marketing and Communications Christine Fitzgerald said. National Cyber-Security Awareness Month was first created in 2004 to give people the […]


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