Election results announced for TCU Senate, CSL, Judiciary

Disclaimer: Anton Shenk and Andres Borjas are both staff writers for The Tufts Daily. They were not involved in the writing or editing of this article. The Tufts Elections Commission (ECOM) held elections for seats in the Tufts Community Union (TCU) Senate, Committee on Student Life (CSL) and Judiciary on Wednesday. The seven available senate […]

Editorial: To vote or not to vote

Tufts places a heavy emphasis on civic engagement. Between the dozens of service groups under the Leonard Carmichael Society and the abundance of political and activist groups as well as the Jonathan M. Tisch College of Civic Life and the many groups it sponsors, a great number of students are involved with outside communities and are working […]

TCU Senate Update

The Tufts Community Union (TCU) Senate meeting opened last night with a presentation on the new Tufts Student Experience website project, which will be implemented in the next academic semester. Student Services Communications Specialist Caitlin Felsman Pfitzer presented the revamp plan of the Student Services website. Felsman Pfitzer admitted the inefficiency and complexity of existing Tufts websites, and explained […]

TCU Senate Update

The Tufts Community Union (TCU) Senate held its weekly meeting this past Sunday, March 1, in which it sorted through appeals and fund requests from campus groups and debated a new resolution to increase housing support for undergraduate summer research. TCU Treasurer Adam Kochman opened the meeting with the Treasury Report, which featured appeals from Tufts Association of South […]

Dean of Student Affairs Office to issue community judiciary report

The Dean of Student Affairs Office will release a community report of conduct and judicial sanctions within the School of Arts and Sciences and the School of Engineering next week, according to Dean of Student Affairs Mary Pat McMahon. She said the report will be the first of its kind issued by Tufts. The report will be a […]

Student advocates guide peers through judicial process

The Tufts Community Union Judiciary’s (TCU-J) Judicial Advocacy Program has been newly renovated in order to connect students facing disciplinary action with trained advocates to navigate Tufts’ judicial process and offer confidential and objective advice. The program, which was revived last semester through the collaboration of Judiciary Advocacy Chair Sophie Gomez and Judicial Affairs Administrator Mickey Toogood, […]