Ana Maria Samper is a staff writer for the Daily. She is a sophomore majoring in international relations and economics. Ana Maria can be reached at [email protected]

Burst into Dames: All-female, jazz fusion band bursts onto the campus music scene

Two guitarists, one bassist, one drummer, a cellist, a violinist, a saxophonist and two singers — that’s nine incredibly talented musicians — make up the all-female band, Burst into Dames. This classics and jazz fusion band, playing both covers and originals, has emerged as the only one of its kind here at Tufts and has shaken up […]

Students discuss experiences, history of Tibet, China

Disclaimer: Khaliun Narangerel is a graphics and layout editor at The Tufts Daily. She was not involved in the writing or editing of this article. Recently, the annual Parade of Nations event organized by the International Club (I-Club) caused controversy among the Chinese and Tibetan student communities. According to a March 1 Daily article, a group of […]

A new club for students to learn about blockchain technology, cryptocurrency

Money is not everything, but it is something we can’t do without. Factors like efficiency, practicality and technology have led to an evolving perspective of what can be used for currency: from barter, to coins, to paper money, to gold standards, to its newest form, cryptocurrencies. The new Tufts Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Club, co-founded by juniors Daniel Grichevsky […]

Hurricane Maria affects Puerto Rico, Tufts’ Puerto Rican students

Hurricane Maria is classified as the 10th most intense Atlantic hurricane in recorded history, hitting Puerto Rico on Sept. 20, according to a Sept. 20 article on Weather.com. Hitting two weeks after Hurricane Irma, it has created a humanitarian crisis in Puerto Rico. The official Puerto Rican death toll from Hurricane Maria stands at 54, but the […]