Miriam Vodosek is a Contributing Writer and Graphic Designer at the Tufts Daily. She is currently an exchange student at Tufts University from Tübingen, Germany. She is studying American studies. Miriam can be reached at [email protected]

2 generations of Jumbos: Faculty with children at Tufts

For the children of Tufts professors, Tufts University has played a central role in their lives. Now, many of those children have become Tufts students themselves.  Here are the stories of Abby Sommers and her father Professor Sam Sommers, Iman McPherson and her parents Professor Erin Kelly and Associate Professor Lionel McPherson as well as […]

Tate McRae brings her North American Tour 2022 to Boston’s Royale

Eighteen-year-old Canadian singer-songwriter and dancer Tate McRae brought her 2022 North American Tour to Boston’s beautiful Royale nightclub last Friday. The night was filled with high energy and girl power, and it featured an all-female lineup. Waiting in anticipation for McRae to perform, the audience kindly welcomed TikTok-famous singer GAYLE, who performed four of her […]

Tufts students express disappointment by university response to war in Ukraine

“Tufts, speak up! Stop the war!” chanted a crowd of Tufts students, faculty and other community members during a rally at Mayer Campus Center last Wednesday, March 2. They gathered to show their support for Ukraine and to express their disappointment in the Tufts administration’s response to the war, hoping to prompt action. Artem Dinh, […]

New to the neighborhood: Pini’s Pizzeria begins serving slices on Boston Avenue

Pini’s Pizzeria is new to Boston Avenue, having recently moved into the location that previously housed the beloved Espresso Pizza. Espresso Pizza’s owner, Patty Moore, announced she was retiring in December 2021. Moore had taken over Espresso after the passing of the pizzeria’s previous owner, her brother, Anthony Salvato Jr. in 2010. Luckily for all […]

The fight for reproductive rights

“We won’t go back! We will fight back!” the crowd chanted on Oct. 2 at the Franklin Park Playstead in Boston. At 12 p.m., thousands gathered as part of a nationwide rally focused on the fight for reproductive rights. This national rally was held just days before the U.S. Supreme Court began a new session […]

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