Julia Carpi is the executive video editor at the Tufts Daily. She is a sophomore studying international relations and film and media studies. Julia can be reached at [email protected]

Gracie Abrams connects with her fans at the House of Blues

In the less than three years following the release of her first EP “Minor” (2020), singer-songwriter Gracie Abrams has demonstrated both growth and consistency in the indie-pop space. Sonically, Abrams’ music has drastically evolved since her first EP, which largely focused on short, repeated melodies and simple lo-fi production. Her debut full-length album “Good Riddance” […]

Video: Arts writers talk 2023 Oscars predictions

The Daily’s Arts section talks all things Oscars. The writers predict winners, rail against snubs and question what James Cameron was doing for all those years. Read the Daily’s formal Oscars predictions, according to our arts writer. Video by Tyler Frojmovich / The Tufts Daily Produced by Julia Carpi and Henry Chandonnet

Video: “What song are you listening to?”

Video journalists Julia Carpi and Carl Svahn recently set out around campus to ask Tufts students an important question: “What song are you listening to?”

Video: Families, caregivers protest Tufts Children’s Hospital closure

On Feb. 5, patients, doctors, nurses and families joined together outside Tufts Children’s Hospital to hold a rally in support of keeping the facility open. The hospital had previously announced at a Jan. 20 press conference that it would convert its 41 pediatric inpatient beds to adult ICU medical and surgery beds in hopes of […]