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Nicholas Pfosi is the Executive Photo Editor at the Tufts Daily. He is a junior majoring in Child Studies and Human Development. He can be reached at npfosi@gmail.com or on Twitter with @npfosi


Car fire, bomb threats under ongoing investigation, impacted finals schedule

Multiple law enforcement agencies are involved in an ongoing investigation surrounding bomb threats and a suspected arson that occurred outside of Health Service in the early morning hours of Monday, May 9. The investigation is being carried out by a joint law enforcement team made up of the state Fire Marshal, Somerville Police, Medford Police, Tufts University Police Department (TUPD) and […]


Today’s bomb threat in graphics and photos

Created by Nicholas Pfosi, Petrina Chan, Sofie Hecht with reporting by Joe Walsh, Reena Karasin. Today in Photos A Map of Buildings Threatened A Timeline of Events


Investigation ongoing following bomb threats, car fire on Tufts Medford/Somerville campus

At approximately 4:30 a.m. a vehicle outside of Health Service near 124 Professors Row caught fire and a note indicating bomb threats to Cabot Hall, Braker Hall, Cohen Auditorium and Tisch Library was discovered. All affected buildings have since been cleared by law enforcement, and there is an ongoing criminal investigation. “An investigation is underway into the […]


Faculty pass resolution in favor of divestment of Tufts endowment from fossil fuel industry

Faculty for Arts and Sciences and Engineering (AS&E) passed a three-part resolution related to climate change during an all-faculty meeting in Ballou Hall during the afternoon of May 6. The resolution called for action on climate change — the first two proposals concerning divestment of the university’s endowment from the fossil fuel industry and the third urging for a plan to reduce Tufts’ carbon emissions by 80 percent […]


Tufts Labor Coalition stages action at Jumbo Days to support janitors, construction workers

Approximately 15 students from Tufts Labor Coalition (TLC) conducted a silent protest of Tufts labor practices Friday morning at Cousens Gym during annual Jumbo Days programming for prospective students. Following the morning demonstration, TLC members marched with janitors across campus to deliver a letter to University President Anthony Monaco, requesting a sit-down meeting to discuss the impact of […]


Somerville resident charged for alleged assault of Tufts students at Zeta Psi

Three Tufts students were allegedly assaulted by a 23-year-old Somerville resident outside the Zeta Psi fraternity house during the early morning of Oct. 3. The suspect, Jorge Palacios, is now facing charges of home invasion, assault and battery with a deadly weapon, possessing a burglarious instrument and possession of a deadly weapon. At a dangerousness hearing — in […]


Tufts releases results of mandated sexual conduct survey

Trigger warning: This article discusses sexual violence. The university released the results of last spring’s confidential Tufts Attitudes About Sexual Conduct Survey in an email to the Tufts community last week. According to the Sept. 30 email, approximately 14 percent of undergraduate respondents reported having had at least one incident of “non-consensual sexual contact” since enrolling at […]


Third annual Fall Gala sells out, sees increase in TEMS calls

The third annual Fall Gala, held in Gantcher Center last Friday, sold out tickets but also saw an increase in students who had to be evaluated by Tufts Emergency Medical Services (TEMS). Due to a forecast of rain, the event had been moved from the Academic Quad to Gantcher Center. According to Assistant Director for Campus Life and Programming Ashley Tello, the event, which […]


Hunger strike ends with no agreement over janitorial cuts

According to a Tufts Labor Coalition press release, student activists have decided to end a weeklong hunger strike, which began at 3 p.m. last Sunday, May 3. In the release, TLC said the protesters will continue to work against proposed cuts to at least 20 janitorial staff members, with a sixth meeting with the administration scheduled for Monday. TLC, janitorial […]


Tufts undergraduate unexpectedly dies on Saturday

Tufts undergraduate HyunJae Kim died unexpectedly on the morning of Saturday, May 9, according to an email sent to the Tufts community by University President Anthony Monaco. Kim, a junior studying biomedical engineering, hailed from Seoul, South Korea. Junior Haylee Rosenblatt, executive director of Tufts Emergency Medical Services (TEMS), said that TEMS handled the call to the best of its ability. “TEMS […]


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