The Weekly Chirp: Finch forecast

In 21st century science, we love to use advanced technology and complex models to predict what will happen in the future — in other words, we like forecasting stuff. Perhaps the most common example of this is the daily weather. After considering a set of variables — such as time of year, barometric pressure and past […]


The Weekly Chirp: Wacky waxwings

For everyone aged 21 or above, alcohol may play a role in your life. For some, it brings out the honest version of themselves. For others, the wild crazy side unbeknownst to the general population. For most, sometimes it just helps you relax at the end of the day. In our anthropocentric environment, we tend […]


Super Bowl Preview

Your friendly neighborhood sports editor, Eddie “Pulled-Pork” Samuels here with your Super Bowl breakdown. After a lackluster set of playoff games this season, expectations are that the Patriots-Falcons game is going to be explosive enough to make up for the blowouts and blowups. All indications are those expectations will hold true, as Atlanta’s No. 1 offense […]


Community celebrates Indigenous People’s Day on Monday

Community members gathered on the Academic Quad on Monday evening to celebrate Indigenous People’s Day for the first time at Tufts. The celebration included indigenous food and musical performances from different indigenous groups native to both the New England region and Latin America, as well as tables supporting the campaign to have the City of Boston recognize Indigenous People’s Day and […]


Editorial: Time zone change could make Boston more appealing to college grads

Boston is a distinctive city, known by many for its seafood, sports and students. As high rent costs and the tech boom force students to rethink the locations of their future home cities, the Boston area must consider how to retain the young talent for which it has long been recognized. Although Boston prides itself on […]


Men’s track and field finishes second at NESCAC championships

All season, the biggest goal for the men’s track and field team was to win the NESCAC Championships for a third year in a row. But in a surprising disappointment on Saturday at Amherst, Tufts lost the NESCAC crown to Williams, which finished with 207 points, ahead of Tufts’ 182 score. Still, the second-place finish in the NESCAC doesn’t diminish what has […]


Jumbos place seventh at New England Championships

The No. 7-ranked women’s crew team placed seventh at the New England Championships this weekend in a high-powered regatta that featured eight of the top ten teams in the country. The first varsity boat came second in their heat race, posting a 6:50.96 time just behind Bates, the nation’s top-ranked team, and third overall in the heat races […]


Tufts Sports Weekend Preview

Though several teams have already wrapped up their seasons, the winter season — and more importantly, the championship season — isn’t over yet. Several teams are still battling their ways through the postseason, with their targets set on NESCAC crowns or even bigger prizes, and the Daily is here to give you a rundown of […]


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