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The Tufts Daily
Where you read it first | Friday, June 14, 2024

Joe Walsh


Inside the Purdue Pharma-Tufts relationship

A Blight on the Hill, the Tufts Daily’s investigative podcast, explores the ethical consequences of Tufts University’s pursuit of prosperity and prestige. The series’ second episode, ‘Oxycontin University,’ examines the decades-long relationship between the university and the Sackler family ...

The Setonian

Somerville groups push for more payments from Tufts

As Tufts and Somerville negotiate a new partnership agreement, activists are pressuring the university to offer more robust financial contributions to its host communities.Two dozen community, labor and student groups signed a letter urging University President Anthony Monaco to “bargain in good ...


Safe Communities Act reintroduced in state legislature

Amid a nationwide rise in immigration enforcement, Massachusetts lawmakers and advocates have renewed a push to limit police cooperation with federal immigration authorities. Legislators introduced a new "Safe Communities Act" bill in January, and it has already accrued dozens of sponsors ...


Somerville restricts e-cigarette sales to 21-and-over stores

E-cigarette and menthol products will no longer be sold in Somerville stores open to people too young to buy such products legally, starting at the beginning of April. A new city policy will only allow licensed 21-and-over tobacco stores to sell those products, though traditional non-menthol cigarettes ...


TCU Senate convenes for last meeting of the year

Members of Tufts Community Union (TCU) Senate faced a packed agenda at their last regular meeting of the academic year last night, voting on seven resolutions and reviewing six supplementary funding requests.Supplementary Funding RequestsSenators approved the Allocations Board (ALBO)’s recommended ...

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