The Arena: Don with the win

I’ve never been a particularly great poker player; I just don’t have the patience not to go all in after a few hands. As loyal readers of “The Arena” (Hi mom!) will know, I’ve been pretty set on Marco Rubio and Hillary Clinton as the inevitable nominees. I’m doing well with my Hillary Clinton pick, […]

Tufts students take to the polls on Super Tuesday

Students who are registered to vote in the state of Massachusetts headed to the polls yesterday to cast their ballots in the state’s primary election. Massachusetts was one of 13 states and one territory to hold primaries and caucuses on the day known as “Super Tuesday.” In Massachusetts, former Secretary of State and New York Senator Hillary Clinton (D) won the […]

On Super Tuesday, vote for America

Once again, it is that time of year. Today is Super Tuesday, and it is justifiably called so. On this day, residents of Massachusetts, 11 other states and one U.S. territory cast their votes in the Presidential Primary Elections. In total, over 40 percent of the Democratic Party’s delegates are up for grabs and 25 percent […]

Op-ed: Why Hillary?

By now, we’re sure you have seen the media coverage — both positive and negative — on the woman we hope will be inaugurated as our next president, but how much do you know about her and her supporters? Though you may be a strong Hillary supporter, you may still be undecided or supporting Bernie […]

Earth on Fire: Choosing a climate champion

Political pundits say it every four years, but this time they’re right the stakes of this November’s presidential election could not be higher. The next president will oversee our country’s strategy in the fight against ISIS, confront stubbornly high economic inequality and leave an indelible mark on the federal judicial system. In a previous column, […]

Video: Students share views on 2016 race before Super Tuesday primaries

This past Sunday, the Daily interviewed students across campus about their opinions of the 2016 presidential campaign, in anticipation of Super Tuesday primaries nationwide in 13 states including Massachusetts and one territory. Students on campus have been involved in campaigning during the weeks leading up to the primaries, including traveling to New Hampshire to canvass and […]