Tufts and the 2016 Presidential Election

Young people from the ages of 18-29 have a pivotal role in determining the outcome of the 2016 presidential elections and have shown much better turnout rates during the primaries in general. To gauge the political climate at Tufts in the midst of the current presidential primaries, the Daily and the Tufts Independent Data Journal (Enigma) sent out a survey to the student body.

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Journalism in the Computing Age : Letter from the Editor

Journalism in the Computing Age : Letter from the Editor

“Another Tufts publication… here we go again” – is probably what you’re thinking. When we’ve got the Observer, the Daily and a whole TCU-J student organizations list of publications spanning most things that Jumbos find interesting in this world, why should we care about this one? What is this Enigma you speak of? (I find myself asking those questions more than most everyone else)

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Tanay Modi on Undergraduate Entrepreneurship

Tanay Modi on Undergraduate Entrepreneurship

In recent years, the Tufts Gordon Institute has seen a large influx of undergraduate enrollment, particularly from students in STEM disciplines looking to develop skills in business leadership and management. Tanay Modi, a sophomore (seemingly studying most of the majors offered at Tufts), is one such budding entrepreneur.

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