Claire Fraise is an Assistant Features Editor at the Tufts Daily.

Current university staff, faculty members reflect on their time at the Daily

Editor’s note: The Daily’s editorial board acknowledges that this article is premised on a conflict of interest. This article is a special feature for Daily Week 2020 that does not represent the Daily’s standard journalistic practices. Contributing to the Daily is a common experience among Tufts students and multiple faculty and staff members also share that […]

Q&A: Townsend talks research, goals for semester

Editor’s note: This interview has been edited for length and clarity. Richard Townsend, new to the Department of Computer Science since this fall, wants to make COMP11 (Introduction to Computer Science) and COMP40 (Machine Structure and Assembly-Language Programming) more effective by understanding why the courses are built the way they are and adding more transparency. […]

Fletcher students organize conference to discuss gender in international affairs

After Dipali Anumol and Kristen Mosher met in Gender Theory & Praxis, a wide-ranging gender studies course at The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, they applied to be the lead coordinators of the fourth annual Conference on Gender and International Affairs. Referencing their prior experience working together, including as volunteers for last year’s conference, the duo believes that their complimentary skill sets […]

‘Decolonizing International Relations’ conference to present marginalized perspectives

They were eating spicy fries when they got the idea. Latifah Azlan and Khadija Mohamud, second-year master’s candidates at The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, took advantage of Fletcher’s history of strong student-led conferences and organized their own. This conference, scheduled to take place today, is called “Decolonizing International Relations: Reexamining the Narrative of Theory and […]