Published December 3, 2017

Video Surveillance at Tufts

How ambiguities in university surveillance policy and instances of apparent overreach are fostering student discomfort with policing on campus

Ariel Barbieri-Aghib and Rachael Meyer
Published May 2, 2017

Student Activism at Tufts

As campus activism intensifies, tensions between student groups and administrators grow

Liam Knox
Published April 21, 2017

At Home in the South

Students discuss their Southern backgrounds

Tufts Daily
Published March 15, 2017

“Muslim at Heart"

Four students discuss their faith

Jake Taber
Published February 21, 2017

When the wealthy are the majority

At Tufts, where half of the student body comes from the top 5% of the nation’s wealth earners, low-income students find themselves underrepresented and underserved

Liam Knox and Becca Leibowitz
Published December 1, 2016

Tufts and Somerville: A tense partnership

Tufts-Somerville relationship strained by issues of housing, social responsibility 

Tufts Daily
Published May 11, 2016

Bomb threat discovered at Tufts

During Tufts’ spring 2016 finals period, a bomb threat was discovered at the scene of a car fire outside Tufts’ Health Service. This is how events unfolded and how they impacted our community.

Tufts Daily
Published May 11, 2016

Investigation ongoing following bomb threats, car fire on Tufts Medford/Somerville campus

Tufts Daily
Published May 11, 2016

Bomb threats, car fire interrupted Monday activities, final exam schedules

Tufts Daily
Published February 22, 2016

Expert Couponer Hannah Steinberg

Tufts junior runs non-profit couponing organization to benefit various charities

By Will Kenneally
Published February 21, 2016

JJ Zhou Rides for RISC

Tufts senior completes 1,650-mile bike ride for charity

By Will Kenneally
Published February 17, 2016

Lee Coffin’s Legacy

Lee Coffin to leave Tufts after 13 years as Dean of Undergraduate Admissions

Joe Walsh