Tufts faculty member appointed executive director of Boston Office of Fair Housing and Policy

Robert Terrell, a Tufts faculty member, has been appointed the new executive director of Boston’s Office of Fair Housing and Equity. Terrell, a part-time lecturer in the Department of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning, officially began his role on Jan. 3. Terrell comes to the role with prior experience in housing equity and fairness […]


‘M3GAN’ is not your typical robot

“M3GAN” (2022) is one of the first movies to showcase a genuinely terrifying robotic product of humanity and somehow make her a girl’s new best friend and favorite toy. No matter your feelings on artificial intelligence, this film will leave you pondering the ethics of humanity’s reliance on advancing technologies. Moreover, the movie itself executes […]


‘Pax et Lux: A Multifaith Winter Celebration’ brings interfaith holiday cheer to campus

The University Chaplaincy hosted the event “Pax et Lux: A Multifaith Winter Celebration” on Dec. 8 at 7 p.m. in Goddard Chapel. For the event, Interfaith Ambassadors, student volunteers who work with the chaplaincy, gathered to present holiday rituals and traditions to create a multicultural atmosphere in celebration of peace and light. According to the […]


Annual Men of COLOR Leadership Conference held in Boston

On Nov. 8, COLOR Magazine and Tufts’ Chief Diversity Office sponsored the 12th annual Men of COLOR Leadership Conference. The event was part of Empower Week, a multi-day Boston-based conference focused on empowering professional men of color and leaders in diversity.  The event involved a number of in-person and virtual lectures and workshops meant to […]


Hoch Cunningham Environmental Lecture hosts Kerry Bowie

Activist Kerry Bowie was the featured speaker at the latest Hoch Cunningham Environmental Lecture on Oct. 20. The Tufts Environmental Studies Program sponsored the event, where Bowie delivered a lecture titled, “Achieve a Just Energy Transition: Creating Jobs, Building Wealth, and Reducing Energy Burden.” Bowie is a Somerville resident as well as the co-founder, president […]


Tufts climate activists rally during Parents’ Weekend

During Tufts Parents and Family Weekend, Tufts Climate Action members spoke to parents about the Tufts administration’s reluctance to divest funds in their endowment from fossil fuel industry holdings. “We’ve spent this weekend aiming to inform and unite parents around divestment because they are important allies in our efforts,” sophomore Moli Ma, a leader of […]


Netflix’s ‘Dahmer’ sends shivers down viewers’ spines

There has been considerable buzz around  “Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story” (2022) on Netflix, created by Ryan Murphy, who is known for his creepy and stylistic anthologies like “American Horror Story” (2011–) and “American Crime Story” (2016–) as well as the less chilling but equally unconventional hit show “Glee” (2009–2015). Dahmer stars Evan […]


TCU Senate hosts Q&A event with Monaco, students, administration

The Tufts Community Union Senate hosted “Navigating Student Life at Tufts,” a town hall event, on Oct. 7 in the Alumnae Lounge. The question and answer event was an opportunity for any student to meet with members of the Tufts administration, including University President Anthony Monaco, Director of Dining and Business Services Patti Klos, Director […]


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