Madison Reid is a contributing writer for the Tufts Daily. She is a junior who has not yet declared a major and can be reached at [email protected]

Tiered housing implemented as CoHo’s final phase opens its doors

The start of this school year marks both the end of construction on Tufts’ latest housing development and the implementation of a major new housing policy. According to the Tufts Student Life (TSL) website,  the anticipated tiered housing policy, which will change on-campus housing prices based on quality, is to be implemented in the 2019–20 […]

Vacancies in themed, Greek housing included in general lottery

Once again this year, all open spaces in themed or Greek housing were put in the general housing lottery for the 2019–2020 academic year, allowing any student to select into them, according to Joshua Hartman, director of the Office of Residential Life and Learning (ORLL). However, Hartman said in an email to the Daily, ORLL […]

Tufts Housing League hosts panel on housing rights

Disclaimer: Shane Woolley is currently an editorialist at the Daily. Woolley was not involved in the writing or editing of this article. Tufts Housing League (THL) and Tufts Democrats hosted the Housing Rights Panel in the Terrace Room in Paige Hall last night. Panelists discussed the rights of students renting from landlords and the implications of Boston’s housing crisis. Other […]

Op-Ed: How migration alters gender dynamics

Migration has the capacity to provide labor and education opportunities that can alter gender dynamics and shift power within families and societies. According to the International Organization for Migration (IOM), gender identity and the societal implications of gender “significantly affect all aspects of the migration process, and can also be affected in new ways by […]

TUSC expands programming with Coffeehouse concerts, Late Night FUN

Tufts University Social Collective (TUSC), a student-led organization that plans events on campus, has expanded its programming this academic year in order to stimulate social life on campus. Noah Brown, a junior and member of the executive board of TUSC, explained that the organization hosts over 100 events every semester and has been looking to find new ideas for programming. […]

Nolop FAST Facility opens on campus as makerspace

Disclaimer: Madison Reid is currently employed by the Nolop FAST Facility. Reid had no affiliation with the facility at the time of writing.  Nestled behind Kindlevan Café in the Science and Engineering Complex (SEC) is the Nolop FAST Facility, a newly-opened makerspace on campus. The Nolop FAST Facility opened after Jan. 21 and is managed by part-time lecturer in the Department of Mechanical Engineering Brandon Stafford. […]

Tufts partners with Bunker Hill Community College to educate incarcerated men

Tufts University Prison Initiative at Tisch College (TUPIT) has partnered with Bunker Hill Community College (BHCC) to give men who are incarcerated at MCI-Concord the opportunity to earn an associate’s degree. TUPIT is a program of the Tisch College of Civic Life. TUPIT’s Founding Director of Educational Programming Hilary Binda, a senior lecturer in Visual and Critical studies, said that […]

SoBe founder shares entrepreneurial journey at Tufts Entrepreneurship Center event

John Bello (A ’68), founder of the SoBe brand of beverages, discussed his journey from Tufts student to successful businessman at the first Tufts Legends of Innovation & Entrepreneurship Series, held in a packed Cohen Auditorium on Nov. 2. Bello serves on Tufts’ Board of Trustees and Board of Advisors for Athletics. The bi-annual event — hosted by […]

FIRST Resource Center celebrates grand opening, announces 24/7 access

Tufts’ FIRST Resource Center held its grand opening ceremony on Oct. 1 in the Alumnae Lounge. The center, located at 20 Professors Row, will be open 24/7 for students who fill out an online request form, according to Associate Director for Student Success and Advising Margot Cardamone. The center, supported by the Office of Student Success and […]