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The Tufts Daily
Where you read it first | Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Opinion | Editorial


Editorial: Welcome back, Jumbos

Winter break has come to a close, and the semester has started; you all have new memories to share, stories to be told and much to give to our campus. We at the Tufts Daily feel similarly about this new chapter; we too have stories to keep sharing and discussions to start about the important problems ...


Editorial: New Year's resolutions for Tufts, part 2

Today, we continue our two-part editorial suggesting New Year's resolutions for our university to adopt. By addressing institutional issues that affect us every day, Tufts can become a more inclusive, fair and accessible community. Tufts, these should be your goals for 2020:Support Medford and Somerville ...


Editorial: New Year's resolutions for Tufts, part 1

The semester is coming to a close, with only one week of classes remaining. This change in scenery comes as a reset button that provides an opportunity for reflection, change and improvement in the form of New Year’s resolutions. Whatever your personal resolutions may be, the Daily would like to put ...


Editorial: Tufts must act to achieve gender pay parity

A Nov. 12, 2019, article in the Daily reported that the net wage gap between male and female professors has expanded.These findings emerged from a 2018–19 study by the American Association of University Professors (AAUP), which reveals that full-time female professors at Tufts get paid, on average, ...

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Editorial: Massachusetts should rethink misguided vape ban

Massachusetts Governor Charlie Bakerinitiated a four-month ban on all vaping products on Sept. 24, which was hailed by some as a swift response to an emerging public health crisis and decried by others as reactionary and damaging to small businesses in the state. Yesterday, the Massachusetts State House ...