Sarah Zheng is the Editor in Chief at the Tufts Daily. She is a senior majoring in International Relations and Film and Media Studies and can be reached at [email protected]

Letter from the Editor

Dear members of the Tufts community, This semester has been one with many ups and downs, both at Tufts and on the Daily. As our current managing board, made up entirely of graduating seniors, prepare to enter the real world, we look back on the legacy that we have helped build at this paper. We […]

Tufts students, faculty in Europe confirmed safe after Brussels terror attacks

All Tufts students and faculty studying or traveling in Europe are confirmed safe, following terrorist attacks in Brussels early Tuesday morning where at least 31 people were killed and 270 injured. According to Sheila Bayne, director of Tufts Programs Abroad, students studying in Europe at the university’s study abroad programs in Europe or at non-Tufts programs have been […]

Letter from the Editor

To members of the Tufts community, On Mar. 11, the Tufts Daily published the news article “At least four sexual misconduct cases occur in uphill dorms over one weekend.” The story detailed four different incidents that had allegedly occurred in on-campus dorms within residential Area 1 and Area 2 regions of the university. Following the publication […]

J Street U Tufts hosts former IDF soldier to discuss Israeli occupation

Over 30 people gathered to hear Avner Gvaryahu from Breaking the Silence (BtS) speak about his experiences as a former soldier in the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) in the occupied West Bank. The event, hosted by J Street U Tufts, featured Gvaryahu’s presentation, titled “Understanding the Israel Occupation.” Co-chair of J Street U Tufts Andrew Goldblatt, […]

Letter from the Editor

Welcome back to the Hill, Tufts! We hope all of you have had a restorative holiday and are ready for the semester ahead of us. I am so excited to spend my last semester at Tufts with the Daily, working alongside tireless and brilliant individuals, many of whom spent winter break working on projects and […]

Alpha Gamma Delta delays extension efforts on campus to fall 2016

Alpha Gamma Delta (AGD) has delayed its timeline for joining the Tufts Greek community, pushing its extension efforts on campus to the fall 2016 semester. AGD will officially begin recruitment for its charter class in spring 2017, according to a statement given to the Daily by AGD Extension Manager Jaimie Ware. “Delaying our extension efforts will give us […]

TCU Senate passes resolutions on Indigenous People’s Day and #TheThreePercent demands

Over 40 students attended Sunday night’s TCU Senate meeting to hear senators discuss two major resolutions on Indigenous People’s Day and solidarity with #TheThreePercent. Some of the students held signs with messages such as “#TuftsWithTheThree.” The first resolution called for the university to recognize Indigenous People’s Day in place of Columbus Day and was submitted by Chair of Student Outreach Committee Benya […]

Visiting the Hill this week

MONDAY “Synaptic Scholars Fireside Chat Series: Pedagogy in the Natural Sciences” Details: Joshua Kritzer, professor in the Department of Chemistry, and David Hammer, professor in the Department of Education, will speak about effective and innovative teaching methods in the natural sciences as a part of the Fireside Chat Series by Synaptic Scholars. When and Where: 6 […]

Visiting the Hill this week

MONDAY “An Evening with Temple Grandin: My Life with Animals” Details: Dr. Temple Grandin, a professor of animal science and lecturer on autism and humane animal handling, will be giving a talk about the role that animals have had on her life and work. Grandin is also an author, activist and the subject of the 2010 HBO biopic […]

Tufts students join nationwide protests against campus racism

BREAKING: Tufts students walk out of classes for #StudentBlackOut. Follow for live #thethreepercent coverage. #TuftsWithTheThree — The Tufts Daily (@TuftsDaily) November 18, 2015 Approximately 200 Tufts students, many of whom walked out of classes, marched to Porter Square yesterday afternoon to demonstrate in solidarity with student protesters across the country who have been demanding that colleges do more to […]