Gian Luca Di Lenardo is a contributing writer at The Tufts Daily. Gian Luca is a first-year studying philosophy and economics and can be reached at [email protected]


“Rules for thee but not for me”: The role of leaders in containing COVID-19

n Jan. 19, British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, announced that many of the more stringent measures Britain had taken to curb the spread of COVID-19 early on in the pandemic would officially end on Jan. 26. Since the end of January, those in Britain are no longer required to wear masks indoors or show NHS […]


The trial of Ghislaine Maxwell offers hope of delayed justice for many victims

Content warning: This article mentions sexual abuse and self-harm. Justice delayed is justice denied. For the victims of sexual abuse at the hands of Jeffrey Epstein and his romantic partner turned associate, Ghislaine Maxwell, this maxim expresses a painful reality. However, after countless years of trials and depositions, the chance for a long delayed justice […]


The unnerving implications of Mark Zuckerberg’s ‘metaverse’

Mark Zuckerberg has changed Facebook’s corporate name to Meta to reflect the company’s growing focus on creating an all-encapsulating virtual reality known as the “metaverse,” a decision that has elicited a wide array of reactions. For those who consider themselves technologically inclined, Zuckerberg’s decision may be in line with that of a visionary, a progenitor […]


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