Andres Borjas is a contributing writer for The Tufts Daily. Borjas is a first-year who has not yet declared a major and can be reached at [email protected]

With new additions, women’s crew prepares for start of fall season

The Tufts women’s crew team had its first outing on the Mystic River this past Sunday, Sept. 8. Tufts’ top women’s varsity eight finished fourth in the petite final last spring in the National Invitational Rowing Championship (NIRC). The team is now preparing for a fall campaign that includes several regional races as well as […]

Fall Sports Previews

Football The Jumbos will return to the gridiron Sept. 14 as they open the season in a home game against the defending NESCAC champions, the Trinity Bantams. In the weeks to follow, their schedule will not get any easier, as they are set to face off against the Williams Ephs and Amherst Mammoths, who finished […]

Tufts to renovate several residence halls over the summer

Tufts has scheduled renovations for Bush, Tilton and Harleston Halls this summer, as well as 123 Packard Ave., the former house of the Theta Delta Chi Fraternity, which the university purchased last month and will transform into a residence hall starting fall 2019. Christopher Hogan, construction program manager, said the upcoming restorations are part of the deferred maintenance program. “[It] can […]

TEC Founder’s Workshop connects entrepreneurial alumni, students

The Tufts Entrepreneurship Center (TEC) hosted its Founder’s Workshop at 574 Boston Avenue on Feb. 22 to facilitate networking with speeches about the art of the pitch and lengthy question and answer sessions about fundraising strategies. The theme, “Finding the Best People & Money to Start Your Business,” attracted students of varying ages, interests and experience levels to interact […]

CoHo rolls out second phase of housing project

The start of the spring semester brought new developments in the Community Housing (CoHo) project amid controversy over on-campus housing shortages and off-campus renting difficulties. Upperclassmen recently moved into new housing developments this semester as part of the second phase of the CoHo housing project. The administration made 20 beds available for upperclassmen, opening 19–21 University Ave. […]