Marianna Schantz is an Assistant News Editor at The Tufts Daily. She is a sophomore studying international relations and Russian. Marianna can be reached at [email protected]

Fletcher School reverses rebrand, focuses on path to create another brand

The new developments included the changing of the name from "The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy" to "Fletcher, The Graduate School of Global Affairs," the creation of a Master of Global Affairs (MGA) degree and a new seal and website. Fletcher students and alumni believe that there was a lack of transparency regarding the changes of the school.

Fletcher School rebrand sparks controversy, community outcry

The Fletcher School recently underwent several marketing changes,  including modifying its name to “Fletcher, The Graduate School of Global Affairs," creating a new seal and remodeling its website. The rebranding sparked community uproar and led to an internal issue between a member of the Fletcher Board Advisors and an alumna.

JumboVote, Tisch College host panels for Election Day

The panels included conversations with professors from the Department of Political Science and researchers from Tisch College, as well as student organizations around campus, according to the Tisch College election week event website.

Intersection of politics, religion in Ukraine discussed at Fletcher School conference

Divided into a keynote address and three panel discussions, the conference focused on the Orthodox Church in Ukraine, and issues regarding geopolitics, pluralism and security in the country.

Michael Jordan contributes as university infection control health director, leads Tufts’ response to pandemic

Jordan is an attending physician in the Division of Infectious Diseases and Geographic Medicine at the medical center and an Assistant Professor of Medicine and Public Health and Community Medicine at the Tufts University School of Medicine (TUSM).