Video | Snow removal workers brave weekend storms

Posted by Justin McCallum on February 27, 2013 under Campus News, Cities, Video | Comments are off for this article

With three successive snow storms over the last weekends – including blizzard Nemo that crippled campus but made a great snow day – and another forecast of snow on Friday, the Daily caught up with some of the dilligently working facilities and janitorial staff while they cleared roads and paths to ensure the safety of students.

Hot off the presses

Posted by thetuftsdaily on February 22, 2013 under Arts & Living, Campus News, Sports | Comments are off for this article

The 28th annual EPIIC Symposium kicked off on Thursday with organizers hoping that the focus on global health, a change from the usual topics involving international security, will be exciting to attendees.

Tufts janitors reflect on the hard work it takes to keep the University clean, in light of their upcoming contract negotiations.

Tufts’ men’s ice hockey team reflects on difficult season, while looking forward to a strong group of athletes for next year.

Despite its predictable plotlines, USA’s “Suits” continues to please audiences with a strong second season  and its well-written dialogue.

Noted scholar Joy James, a professor of political science at the University of Texas at Austin, spoke about sexual assault and racism.

Tufts’ men’s basketball team looking to beat Amherst’s Lord Jeffs in the NESCAC semifinals.