Annabelle Roberts

Annabelle Roberts is a senior majoring in psychology. She is a News Editor at the Tufts Daily and can be reached at annabelle.roberts@tufts.edu.


Two Tufts Climate Action students get reduced probation after appeal

Disciplinary action against two Tufts Climate Action (TCA) members for their involvement in the sit-in protest in University President Anthony Monaco’s office last April was reduced following an appeal hearing last Friday. The hearing was an appeal against the Disciplinary Probation Level II punishment that TCA members Shana Gallagher, a junior, and Dylan Carlson, a sophomore, had received for the Ballou Hall sit-in, resulting in a reduced punishment of […]


Film and Media Studies major to be offered this fall

The new Film and Media Studies (FMS) major will be open to students this fall as an expansion of the Communications and Media Studies (CMS) minor. According to FMS Co-Director Malcom Turvey, all of the courses offered in CMS are still available in the 12-course FMS major. The major will include core courses taught by Turvey, such as “Art […]


Engineers Without Borders holds 5K fundraiser

Engineers Without Borders (EWB), an interdisciplinary group of engineers and liberal arts students, this past Saturday morning held a five kilometer (5K) run/walk to raise money for the group’s sustainable development projects in El Salvador and Uganda. Starting at 10 a.m., participants from both the Tufts community and the Medford/Somerville area looped around campus, starting […]


Film classes document women’s history

    The Independent Film Production class is filming a promotional trailer on the Academic Quad this Sunday for a series about American women in history. The series, “Half the History,” was created in collaboration with Five Sisters Production Company and the Tufts Department of Drama and Dance.     “There is a growing realization that …in […]


Film classes document women’s history

The Independent Film Production class is filming a promotional trailer on the Academic Quad this Sunday for a series about American women in history. The series, “Half the History,” was created in collaboration with Five Sisters Production Company and the Tufts Department of Drama and Dance. “There is a growing realization that ?in order to […]


JumBonnaroo performances raise funds for Relay for Life

Relay for Life raised $4,838 last weekend during JumBonnaroo, an event that spanned Thursday through Saturday nights and incorporated six fraternities. Two fraternities hosted ticketed parties each night with musical performances by Tufts students, which created a music festival-type atmosphere, according to Special Events Co-Chair for Relay for Life at Tufts Benjamin Silver. “Every night […]


Fletcher professor gives keynote TEC lecture

Vice President of Sustainable Development at the World Bank Rachel Kyte (F ’02) led a discussion on the controversy surrounding renewable energy, fossil fuels and development to open the 2014 Tufts Energy Conference (TEC) on Saturday morning. Conference Chair Katherine Nolan and Professor of International Environmental Policy at The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy […]


Tufts Energy Conference to explore energy markets

The ninth annual Tufts Energy Conference , to be held on March 8 and 9, will address “pressing energy issues in developing markets,” according to its website. The conference will include two keynote addresses and seven panels, according to TEC Conference Chair Katherine Nolan. The talks will be interspersed with activities like the fourth annual […]


Tufts Energy Conference hosts solar energy competition

The Tufts Energy Conference (TEC) is hosting a new solar energy competition this year, in addition to its annual TEC energy competition. The solar competition aims to encourage students to design a photovoltaic (PV) solar technology project that will operate without a connection to Tufts electric grid, according to TEC Competition Director Anna McCallie. She […]


Tufts Day Care investigates allegations of inappropriate behavior

Tufts Educational Day Care Center (TEDCC) is currently involved in an ongoing investigation of a teacher at the center who allegedly engaged in inappropriate behavior with children. According to Director of Public Relations Kim Thurler, the allegations are not for sexual misconduct or abuse, but for other inappropriate physical and verbal misconduct that was reported […]


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