Skyler Goldberg is an Assistant News Editor at The Tufts Daily. He is a sophomore studying political science and philosophy. Skyler can be reached at [email protected]

Tufts Medical Center adjusts procedures after wrongfully assuming Black stroke victim was intoxicated

The Tufts Medical Center has implemented a number of drastic procedural changes following an incident of racial bias in 2019 that led to the mistreatment of a Black man who had suffered a stroke. The incident resurfaced in the media recently after the City of Boston reached a $1.3 million settlement with the victim, Al […]

With Vouté Courts still unusable, Tufts varsity tennis teams continue use of South Courts

The Vouté Tennis Courts on Professors Row remain unusable due to the modular housing units installed on top of the courts in 2020. This has caused Tufts’ varsity tennis teams to hold practices and games on the South Courts by Harleston Hall, as they did last year. For now, two modular units cover half of […]

Tufts Chaplaincy, religious organizations modify spring holiday celebrations

Tufts University’s faith communities are experiencing their first on-campus observances of Passover, Easter and Ramadan since the COVID-19 pandemic began. To celebrate the holidays, various small-group, in-person events and Zoom events have been occurring, with more planned for the coming weeks.