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Weekly Newsletter: May 21, 2023 (Commencement)

Congratulations, Class of 2023: Commencement Issue
NEWS | Monaco sits for final interview with the Daily

As his 12-year tenure as president of Tufts University comes to a close, Anthony Monaco sat down with the Daily to discuss his legacy, accomplishments and hopes for the university’s futureREAD MORE
Julia-Shannon Grillo and Aaron Gruen report. Photo by Aaron Gruen. 

To them, he’s Tony: University President Monaco, as told by those who know him best | READ MORE

INVESTIGATIVE | ‘A lot of challenges’: Tufts’ failures as an accessible campus

Delaney Clarke reports on the difficulties students faced in obtaining accommodations and support. READ MORE

NEWS Class of 2023 looks to carve space in job market shaped by lofty layoffs, low unemployment

Members of the Class of 2023 are expanding their job-search horizon as they get set to graduate into a labor market that is simultaneously desperate and reticent to welcome them. READ MORE
Ethan Steinberg reports. 

The senior class of The Tufts Daily, in their own words 
Ishaan Rajiv Rajabali, Aaron Gruen, Katie Spiropoulos and Olivia Field report. Photo by Aaron Gruen. 

Cover to cover: Class of 2023’s 4 years on campus, reviewed | READ MOREIncoming TCU Senate President Arielle Galinsky talks accomplishments, goals | READ MORE

Amid negotiations, SMFA part-time lecturers hold firm against Tufts’ proposed pay cut | READ MORE

FEATURES | What makes a Jumbo? Faculty and staff take courses alongside students through Tuition Remission program
Carmen Smoak reports. 
Senior Profile: TCU President Jaden Pena fosters understanding and inclusion through his leadership | READ MORESenior Profile: Wendell Phillips Award recipient Isabelle Charles reflects on her time at Tufts | READ MORE From their first to final year, these roommates have lived together through it all | READ MOREPotty Talk: The final flush READ MORE


Q&A: Jan Pechenik looks back on storied marine biology, education career | READ MORE 
Senior Profile: Teamwork is everything for former TEMS Executive Director Eric Grin | READ MORE 

ARTS The astonishing women behind ‘Little Women’ 

Discovering a shared love for the novel as first-years, Lucy Morrison and Alexandra Everbach directed the show together as seniors. READ MORE
Blake Anderson reports.

Senior Profile: Former executive arts editor Jack Clohisy reflects on his Daily experience | READ MORE 

Senior Profile: Athena Nair discusses activism and the arts | READ MORE The seniors of BEATs are not ready to stop playing | READ MORE Seniors of Trunk celebrate 4 years of finding joy in children’s theater | READ MORE  

OPINION Letter from the Editorial Board: Thank you, Tony 

An excellent collaborator, you taught us — by example — how to be better students and better people. READ MORE
Graphic by Becky Povill. 
Is there a future for Tufts? | READ MORE

At Boston Marathon, Ukrainian athletes show resilience in midst of warREAD MORE

SPORTS Sailing coach Ken Legler leaves his legacy at Tufts

With this being his 43rd and final year as the Jumbos’ head coach, he has amassed a large number of awards and accolades during his tenure. READ MORE
Arielle Weinstein reports. 

Senior Profile: Theo Henry bids basketball adieu READ MORESenior Profile: Joelle Zelony reflects on basketball, team building, Jumbo friendships READ MORESenior Profile: Ian Daly delivers stellar career through dedication, leadership READ MORE

Tufts seniors take valuable lessons from Boston Marathon READ MORE

Letter from the
Editor in Chief

Julia Shannon-Grillo’s message to readers celebrates the Class of 2023.

Graphic by Avril Lynch.

This is the final newsletter of the semester. Thank you for your continued support — we look forward to resuming publication in the fall.

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