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Zachary Hertz


2015–2019: Four years in review

Throughout the Class of 2019's time at Tufts, the university claimed many athletic victories, witnessed historic political changes and dealt with an uptick in controversial incidents. To look back on the Class of 2019 and their Tufts careers, the Daily is highlighting the most memorable moments ...


Rachel Kyte appointed 14th dean of the Fletcher School

Tufts has named Rachel Kyte dean of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, according to a press release provided to the Daily. Kyte, who graduated from Fletcher’s Global Master of Arts Program in 2002 and has served as a professor of practice at the school since 2014, will assume the deanship ...


Nadine Aubry named as new university provost

"I look forward to working with all constituencies to take the university to new heights so it can reach its highest aspirations," Aubry said. "That includes, of course, education … but I also like very much the fact that Tufts teaches active citizenship, and I hope to further this work … for the students to become not only successful, but also caring citizens in the society we live in. [To] not only do well, but do good."


Cheeses of Suburbia: F.O.O.D.

Zachary Hertz(ZH): It’s the final edition of your favorite dairy-based review of decade-old music, the Cheeses of Suburbia! This week it’s just your hosts, two seniors who listen to pop punk and eat junk food because it’s cheaper than therapy. Before we get into Green Day’s “Dookie” (1994), I’ve ...


Cheeses of Suburbia: I Eat Sticks Not Tragedies

Zachary Hertz (ZH): Because our penultimate guest is Chris Aragon, who went vegan to see if people could eat delicious food on a restrictive diet, I procured vegan mozzarella sticks from Veggie Galaxy in Central Square. Thoughts?Chris Aragon (CA): As a disclaimer, vegan cheese is pretty unsatisfactory. ...


Cheeses of Suburbia: Dear Mozzarella, count me in

Zachary Hertz (ZH): This week, we’re with senior and senior citizen Mary Carroll, whose most pop punk moment came when she tried to burn her Catholic school skirt after graduation. Mary Carroll (MC): I’d like to reiterate my disappointment that Trader Joe’s did not have mozzarella sticks because ...


Cheeses of Suburbia: Welcome to the mozz parade

Zachary Hertz (ZH): We’re listening to My Chemical Romance’s (MCR) “The Black Parade” (2006) with tech enthusiast and YouTube celeb Dylan Hong, for whom both mozzarella sticks and pop punk have been a staple since early childhood. We have sticks from Wegmans, a store which holds a special ...

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