Daily Week Presents: Jeremy Goldstein, athlete-journalist

Goldstein is a sophomore from Brooklyn, N.Y. who competes on the men’s track and field team and contributes to the Daily as an editor for the sports section. He is a self-described Boston-loather, best illustrated by his weekly column “The Anti-Bostonian.” The Daily sat down with Jeremy to ask him about his life as a […]

Daily Week: Meet the arts editors

Libby Langsner — Class Year: 2019, Position: Executive Arts Editor, Major: Art history, Mainly covers: Museum and gallery exhibitions Why Arts?: Are there other sections? Just kidding … but in all seriousness, I get to write about my favorite things and work with my favorite people, what more can a girl ask for? Favorite Movie: “Goodfellas” (1990). Best Thing […]

P.S. …: Serenading Scaramucci

I often have to consider the repercussions of my actions when writing articles. These may include a concerned text from my parents, or potential employers accessing my views with only a quick Google search. Now, apparently, the list of repercussions when writing for a small university newspaper may include legal action. Accordingly, I want to […]

Police Briefs: Week of 10/16

Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Disclaimer: We know this brief is a conflict of interest, but we really didn’t like losing our camera. On Oct. 4 at 1:30 p.m., a student reported multiple incidents relating to the Tufts Daily. The first was a report of a missing Nikon D7000 camera that was last seen […]

Letter from the editor

Pause. Take a moment. Think about where you are right now. And I’m not talking about the path next to the Cannon between Ballou and Goddard as you get ready to say goodbye to your family and friends who helped you move in this morning. No, I’m talking about this exciting new stage in your life. […]

Jumbos to face final challenge at NCAA Championships

The Tufts Women’s track team came in with one goal this year — to learn how to be a successful team together after graduating several key runners. “I think that wanting to prove we could be as good a team as before without relying on the ‘heavy-hitters’ was a huge motivation for our team,” graduating senior […]

Jumbos set several season bests in third-place finish at weekend quad-meet

Tufts competed in a quad-meet at windy Bates this past weekend and finished third overall with 154 team points.  They were 57 points ahead of last-place Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) and 40 points short of second-place Bates. MIT claimed first at the meet with 235 team points. “Our team performed well this weekend, given the […]

Top 10 totally unrealistic Spring Fling headliner suggestions

Last week, BØRNS revealed via an inadvertent leak on his Facebook page that he would be performing at Spring Fling on May 1. It remains unclear whether the indie pop artist of Hulu commercial fame will be headlining this year, and since the announcement, speculation about other potential headliners has run rampant. Assuming the name has […]

Complaint is the granny of change

Dear readers, I am really thankful for my close friends who have patiently put up with my existence at Tufts since August 2014. Besides my rapturous sense of humor and my profuse sarcasm, which are hard not to love, I am a complainer. Those who know me well can testify to that. Sometimes, I am […]