Op-ed: An alumna’s call to burn Greek life to the ground

Content warning: This article mentions sexual violence and exclusion based on racial, sexual and gender identity. Correction: A previous version of this op-ed gave an incorrect date to Tufts Panhellenic Council’s decision to suspend recruitment. The op-ed has been updated to reflect this change. The Daily regrets this error. Over eight years ago, I wrote […]


still pntr take two

  I’ve spent the last few days sitting back analyzing reactions to my first op-ed, and I began to realize that the severe backlash I was experiencing was often due to people inadvertently expanding upon my ideas or entirely misinterpreting them altogether. Though I still agree with the analysis of my original article, I do […]


I’m a ‘stereotyping, ignorant outsider’ who is still pledging to never rush

I’ve spent the last few days sitting back analyzing reactions to my first op-ed, and I began to realize that the severe backlash I was experiencing was often due to people inadvertently expanding upon my ideas or misinterpreting them altogether. Though I still agree with the analysis of my original article, I do apologize that my words may have caused anger. I ask […]


Pledging to never rush: a criticism of Greek life at Tufts

  As Spring Fling season approaches at Tufts, I’m reminded of how members of Greek life always wear shirts with their Greek letters to this school event – and when about 10 of my non-Greek girlfriends and I mockingly donned “Kappa Kappa Gamma” shirts at Spring Fling my freshman year. Two years later, I’d like […]


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