Nick Golden

Nick Golden is a Managing Editor at the Tufts Daily. He is a senior majoring in International Relations. He can be reached at [email protected]

Junior senators Gauri Seth and Ryan Johnson announce candidacies for TCU President

Two junior Tufts Community Union (TCU) Senators, Gauri Seth and Ryan Johnson, announced their candidacies for TCU Senate President last night, setting the stage for the first competitive race TCU presidential race since 2014. Both senators’ campaigns released Facebook pages, “Go for Gauri” and “Ryan Johnson for TCU President,” with their respective statements and links […]

Inside the MLS | 21st season of Major League Soccer kicks off Sunday

It was the type of drama befitting a major sports league. The Portland Timbers’ 2-1 title-winning victory away against Columbus Crew SC at Mapfre Stadium at the end of last season won the Timbers their first league title. The Timbers, the quintessential hipster team (think Portlandia with soccer), brought their workmanlike ethic and star players […]

David Gregory discusses politics, journalism and faith as part of Distinguished Speaker Series

Television journalist David Gregory spoke about the intersections of media and politics as part of the Tisch College Distinguished Speaker Series last night in the Coolidge Room. Gregory also talked about his new book “How’s Your Faith?: An Unlikely Spiritual Journey,” an exploration of his personal relationship with Judaism. At the event, sponsored by the Film and Media Studies program […]

Tufts students head to New Hampshire to canvass, attend candidates’ rallies

Students from Tufts for Bernie, Tufts for Hillary and Tufts CIVIC traveled to New Hampshire this past weekend to canvass for and attend rallies of presidential candidates ahead of Tuesday’s primary in the state, the nation’s first primary election. Tufts for Bernie: Talking to voters personally Approximately 13 members of Tufts for Bernie canvassed for Senator Bernie […]

The Race is On: Iowa 2016

Disclaimer: Daily photographer and social media executive editor Evan Sayles caucused for Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) in the process of photographing candidates for the Daily. The Daily Editorial Board’s choice of photos to publish did not receive any input from Sayles. After a year of campaigning, Americans gathered to watch as first-in-nation Iowans gathered in high […]

Bibi Netanyahu’s one way street

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s decision to speak in front of Congress — without a Presidential invite — in the middle of his own campaign at home is worthy of admiration only for sheer boldness. In every other sense, Netanyahu’s decision to intervene in American politics to benefit his campaign while feigning obliviousness to the disrespect […]

Marvel Studios announces Phase Three films, including ‘Black Panther’ and ‘Captain Marvel’

Marvel Studios announced yesterday the official titles of several films that will be part of its Phase Three plan for the next five years. Familiar characters such as Thor and the summer blockbuster heroes, the Guardians of the Galaxy, will make their returns in “Thor: Ragnarok,” and “Guardians of the Galaxy 2.” At an event in Los Angeles, […]

Netflix series ‘BoJack Horseman’ offers well-executed, dark satire

Netflix’s recent success at producing original series — most notably “House of Cards” (2013-present) and “Orange is the New Black” (2013-present) — has created high expectations of quality for subsequent endeavors. The first season of “BoJack Horseman,” an original animated comedy released last month, is both entertaining and rewarding and marks a new move for […]