Rachel Carp is a contributing writer for the Tufts Daily. She is a junior studying English can be reached at [email protected]

Tufts cheerleading team: From bringing school spirit to bringing it at nationals

The cheerleading team is an integral part of the school spirit at Tufts. At each football and basketball game, you can find it cheering loudly on the sidelines, pumping up the crowd and showing off its stunts in between quarters or at halftime.  When not standing by the court or the field, the Tufts cheerleading […]

Students seek to bring greater school spirit to Tufts sporting events

Correction: A previous version of this article misattributed a quote from Brigid Gliwa. The quote was misattributed to Brett Rojas, when it was in fact from Gliwa. The article has been updated to reflect this change. The Daily regrets this error. Tufts’ women’s basketball team has dominated the NESCAC, finishing its first-ever undefeated season with a […]

Tufts Census Action aims to increase participation in 2020 Census

The decennial census provides vital indicators for American society, influencing U.S. government representation and allocation of funds. With the 2020 census just around the corner, new student group Tufts Census Action aims to spread the word to Tufts campus and its surrounding communities about just how important an accurate census count really is. Founded by […]

Q&A: ILVS Director Hosea Hirata discusses new concentration in world literature

New this semester at Tufts is the International Literary and Visual Studies (ILVS) program’s world literature track. According to its website, the ILVS program has parallels to the international relations program; however, the former emphasizes the arts and humanities. In addition to rigorous language preparation, ILVS students are given the flexibility to cater the major to […]