Madeline Orzeske is an assistant editor for the Features section of the Daily. She is an undecided first-year at Tufts. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
With the 2016 presidential election on the horizon, Tufts political student organizations have been pursuing different goals and agendas this summer that they will continue this fall. These organizations have their sights set on a variety of political objectives. Here is a look at what the largest political organizations on campus have been up to since the presidential nominees were determined […]
From the “Carmuenster” to the “Slamwich,” culinary creations on TuftsRecipes.com range from easy spins on classic beverages to creative panini press delicacies, all made in Tufts Dining facilities. During the 2014 International Development Hackathon, senior computer science majors Mathurshan “Matush” Vimalesvaran and Sean Deneen began to develop a user-friendly platform for Tufts foodies to find and share recipes […]
To combat outbreaks such as the Ebola virus, a pandemic that devastated many parts of West Africa, Tufts researchers have partnered with professors at the University of Minnesota (UMN) in a global network of health professionals. The goal of this network is to improve the existing health infrastructures in developing countries that are at a high risk for […]
The road to the White House has been filled with angry rhetoric on both sides of the aisle. Amid the mudslinging and escalations are media personalities such as Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck, Bill O’Reilly and Rachel Maddow providing strongly ideological election commentary, a media scene called “the outrage industry” by Tufts professors. Professor of Political Science Jeffrey […]