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Daniel Caron


Peace and Justice Studies Program under continued review

Students expressed concern when they heard the program faced review at the end of last semester. In particular, Abigail Alpern Fisch, a sophomore considering majoring in PJS, was concerned to first learn about the potential change in the program through an article in the Daily.

The Setonian

Green House holds first used-item sale

Tufts’ first ever Blue and Brown Pass Down sale gave students moving in discounted prices on donations from students moving out the previous year. The event, which was coordinated  by Tufts Green House, was held in the Jackson Gym on Sept. 3,  according to Green House Manager Megan Bateman.Bateman, ...

The Setonian

Tufts Democrats to host tables to phone public officials

The Tufts Democrats plans to set up regular phoning tables in the Mayer Campus Center to allow students to contact their senators and representatives. Having hosted a phoning table earlier this semester, the group plans to set up another one in the next few weeks, according to Ben Kaplan, president ...

The Setonian

University Chaplaincy hires Muslim associate

Abubakr Fakhry Abou-Elala was appointed as the Muslim associate in the University Chaplaincy last semester, as current Muslim Chaplain Celene Ibrahim is finishing her doctoral studies at Brandeis University.Abou-Elala is scheduled to be on staff until May, according to Ibrahim. She noted that ...

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