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Catherine Perloff


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Investigative

Tufts janitor fired after taking pregnancy leave

When Luz Rosello came to the Medford campus as a part-time janitor in November 2017, she was expecting more job security and opportunity. Previously a temporary, on-call janitor on Tufts' Boston campus, Rosello finally had a permanent job. In February 2018, she was greeted with another bit of happy ...

The Setonian
Opinion

Letter from the Editor

As I prepared to start this semester, and to take the helm of The Tufts Daily, I won’t deny I was nervous. I was concerned that I would not be able balance the weight of a nearly 40-year-old-daily publication, a staff of around 200 and a commitment to paint an accurate and representative portrait ...

The Setonian
Opinion

Letter from the Editor

In a democratic society, citizens not only have the obligation to make daily decisions that influence their neighbors but also the power to make change. Every day, we see examples big and small of people using their voices to force those in power to listen. Recently, the collective voices of hundreds ...

The Setonian
News

Events on the Hill: Week of Dec. 4

MONDAYPresident of the Republic of CroatiaDetails: Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović will give the Charles Francis Adams Lecture at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy.Where and When:ASEAN Auditorium; 5 p.m.TUESDAY“Statehouse Strategy: Finding Common Ground for the Commonwealth”Details:Massachusetts ...

The Setonian
News

Events on the Hill: Week of Nov. 27

MONDAY“Childhood Trauma and Violent Extremism”Details:Dr. Heidi Ellis, director of the Boston Children’s Hospital Center for Refugee Trauma and Resilience, will speak about her research on how youth refugees’ experiences post-settlement may lead some to violent extremist ideology. The event ...

The Setonian
News

Events on the Hill: Week of Nov. 13

MONDAY“How Can we Lead Social Change?”Details: Progressive activist Heather Booth will share advice on organizing to create social change at this Jonathan M. Tisch College of Civic Life-sponsored lunch workshop. Booth is known for being at the forefront of organizing in support of many progressive ...

The Setonian
News

Events on the Hill: Week of Nov. 6

MONDAY“#StandingRock: Starting and Sustaining a Movement”Details: The Jonathan M. Tisch College of Civic Life will facilitate a conversation with two experts on indigenous activism. LaDonna Brave Bull Allard is the founder and director of Sacred Stone Camp, a center of resistance against the ...

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