Natasha Leggero Performs

This Wednesday night, the Tufts Entertainment Board brought comedian Natasha Leggero to Cohen Auditorium for a stand-up comedy performance. The new all female comedy group Tufts Funny Ladies opened the show with stand-up, skits and a musical number, debuting what they have been working on for weeks. Leggero headlined the event with an hour of standup and a “matchmaking” portion. This last part of the show included audience participation, in which she attempted to schedule a date for an audience member by bringing him and four women to the stage to determine which of the four woman he should date.

Here are our photos from the event by photographer Henry Hintermeister:

3/16/16 – Medford/Somerville, MA –Céili Hale of the comedy group Tufts Funny Ladies opens for comedian Natasha Leggero at Cohen Auditorium on March 16, 2016. (Henry Hintermeister / The Tufts Daily)
Céili Hale of Tufts Funny Ladies.
3/16/16 – Medford/Somerville, MA –Comedian Natasha Leggero performs at Cohen Auditorium on March 16, 2016. She invites audience member Temi Owoyemi to the stage. (Henry Hintermeister / The Tufts Daily)
Leggero invites audience member Temi Owoyemi to the stage to find him a date.
3/16/16 – Medford/Somerville, MA –Comedian Natasha Leggero, second from left, performs at Cohen Auditorium on March 16, 2016. She invites audience member Temi Owoyemi to the stage along with four other audience members, pictured behind Leggero, to set Owoyemi up on a date with one of them. (Henry Hintermeister / The Tufts Daily)
Leggero invites audience member Temi Owoyemi to the stage along with four other audience members, pictured behind Leggero, to set Owoyemi up on a date with one of them.

This Week in Photos 3/5-3/11

Over the last week we captured photos for Men’s Basketball, Women’s Lacrosse, Israeli Apartheid Week, and a few other events across campus!

First was the Men’s Basketball game against Skidmore on Saturday, March 5.

Laura de Armas / The Tufts Daily
Laura de Armas / The Tufts Daily
Laura de Armas / The Tufts Daily
Laura de Armas / The Tufts Daily

On the left, Tufts guard Tarik Smith, LA’17, drives the ball down the court, and, on the right, Tufts tri-captain guard Stephen Haladyna, LA’16,  jumps to shoot the ball.

Throughout the week we covered Israeli Apartheid Week, put on by Tufts Students for Justice in Palestine.

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Activist Mahtowin Munro speaks about settler colonialism and indigenous resistance at a panel organized by Tufts Students for Justice in Palestine on March 7 (Max Lalanne / The Tufts Daily).
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–Senior Margaret Ringler explains the Israeli Apartheid Week event on Tisch Patio to onlookers on March 9 (Sofie Hecht / The Tufts Daily).

Evan Sayles snagged some great photos at the Women’s Lacrosse game against Castleton on March 7.

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Tufts midfielder Caroline Nowak (LA ‘18) runs ahead of a rival player (Evan Sayles / The Tufts Daily).

Lastly, we leave you with a beautiful photo of Men’s Tennis preparing for their spring season at dusk.

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Tufts Men’s Tennis player Ethan Chen prepares a serve during an outdoor practice on March 8, 2016 (Max Lalanne / The Tufts Daily).

This Week in Photos 2/21-3/04

This week we had a great Super Tuesday spread (check it out at http://picturetufts.tuftsdaily.com/2016/03/01/tufts-voting-preferences/) and shot some excting events on campus!

Here’s just a couple of the photos featured from our Voting Preferences project from Evan Sayles.

Our beloved Director of the Women’s Center started work at another school this week, but we got some great portraits of her before she left.

2/19/16 – Medford/Somerville, MA – Steph Gauchel, Director of the Women's Center, poses for a portrait on Friday, Feb. 19, 2016. (Evan Sayles / The Tufts Daily) (Evan Sayles / The Tufts Daily)
Steph Gauchel, Director of the Women’s Center, poses for a portrait on Friday, Feb. 19, 2016. (Evan Sayles / The Tufts Daily)

As always, more basketball photos from Laura De Armas.

2/28/16 – Medford/Somerville, MA – Tufts forward Melissa Baptista, LA'18, runs the ball down the court in the women's basketball game against Amherst on Feb. 28, 2016. (Laura de Armas / The Tufts Daily) (Laura de Armas / The Tufts Daily)
Tufts forward Melissa Baptista, LA’18, runs the ball down the court in the women’s basketball game against Amherst on Feb. 28, 2016. (Laura de Armas / The Tufts Daily)

The Spring Into Islam event brought us some great photos!

As a typical Tufts week goes, we had an exciting protest outside of Ballou Hall.

2016-03-02-Medford/Somerville-Tufts University-Members of Tufts Labor Coalition and supporters rally on Wednesday Mar. 2 to demand a Project Labor Agreement from Tufts, which would guarantee the hiring of union-only labor for large construction projects (Alex Knapp / The Tufts Daily). (Alex Knapp)
Members of Tufts Labor Coalition and supporters rally on Wednesday Mar. 2 to demand a Project Labor Agreement from Tufts, which would guarantee the hiring of union-only labor for large construction projects. (Alex Knapp / The Tufts Daily)

The end of the week had some really interesting and thought-provoking speakers that the Daily got to cover!

16/3/2 – Medford/Somerville, MA – Jose Antonio Vargas speaks about race, immigration, and identity in America, in Cohen Auditorium on March. 2, 2016. (Ziqing Xiong / The Tufts Daily) (Ziqing Xiong / The Tufts Daily)
Jose Antonio Vargas speaks about race, immigration, and identity in America, in Cohen Auditorium on March. 2, 2016. (Ziqing Xiong / The Tufts Daily)
3/3/16 – Medford/Somerville, MA – J Street U Tufts brought member of Breaking the Silence and former IDF soldier Avner Gvaryahu to Tufts on March 3, 2016. Breaking the Silence is an organization that features the voices of IDF soldiers sharing their experiences while serving for Israel. (Sofie Hecht / The Tufts Daily) (Sofie Hecht / The Tufts Daily)
J Street U Tufts brought member of Breaking the Silence and former IDF soldier Avner Gvaryahu to Tufts on March 3, 2016. Breaking the Silence is an organization that features the voices of IDF soldiers sharing their experiences while serving for Israel. (Sofie Hecht / The Tufts Daily)

Anddddd as always, our graphics team produced some amazing work!

This one was for an article about catfishing on campus.

2016-2-24 Tinder

This was for an article about our Ace Fellows, and the graphic will tell you all you need to know!

2016-3-1 ACE Fellows

Tufts Voting Preferences

Nick Nasser (LA '17): "“Hillary speaks kind of like the robots you see on TV – for the interests that support her. Bernie’s the one who talks about society as a whole. He’s not doing it to get votes, he’s doing it because it’s what he believes in."
Nick Nasser (LA ’17), for Sen. Bernie Sanders: ““Hillary speaks kind of like the robots you see on TV –for the interests that support her. Bernie’’s the one who talks about society as a whole. He’’s not doing it to get votes, he’’s doing it because it’’s what he believes in.”
Rachel Wahlert (LA'18), undecided: "“I think that information about the primaries isn’t well-disseminated and I don’t know enough to make an informed decision. There should be a holiday for election day so people can have time and resources to get to a polling place.”"
Rachel Wahlert (LA ’18), undecided: ““I think that information about the primaries isn’’t well-disseminated, and I don’’t know enough to make an informed decision. There should be a holiday for election day, so people can have time and resources to get to a polling place.””
Maria Grant, for Bernie Sanders: "He is radical enough to make the necessary changes but also realistic enough to be able to work effectively with Congress."
Maria Grant (LA ’19), for Sanders: “He is radical enough to make the necessary changes but also realistic enough to be able to work effectively with Congress.”
Chris Rackey, for Hillary or Kasich: "I’m more politically moderate and both of them are more moderate than Bernie or the other Republicans."
Chris Rackey (LA ’19), for Sec. Hillary Clinton or Gov. John Kasich: “I’m more politically moderate and both of them are more moderate than Bernie or the other Republicans.”
Mollie Beek (left), For Bernie Sanders: "I really like his platform and I also think that although Hillary has experience and is intelligent, I think she’s phony." Maya Blackstone (right), for Bernie Sanders: "I really like his personality and what he stands for. I think Hillary goes way too back-and-forth."
Mollie Beek (LA ’17), left, for Sanders: “I really like his platform, and I also think that although Hillary has experience and is intelligent, I think she’’s phony.” Maya Blackstone (LA ’17), right, for Sanders: “I really like his personality and what he stands for. I think Hillary goes way too back-and-forth.”
Mary O’Kane (LA'16), for Ted Cruz. "Ted Cruz is the candidate who best represents conservative, right-wing values. He also is the one who would uphold the Constitution and what this country was originally founded on."
Mary O’’Kane (LA’16), for Ted Cruz: “Ted Cruz is the candidate who best represents conservative, right-wing values. He also is the one who would uphold the Constitution and what this country was originally founded on.”
Tess Hinchman for Hillary Clinton: "Although I love Bernie’s policies, he doesn’t have a chance of being elected against the Republicans and I’m way more terrified of Cruz and Trump being president. I also think realistically that Hillary will get more done."
Tess Hinchman (LA ’19) for Clinton: “Although I love Bernie’’s policies, he doesn’t have a chance of being elected against the Republicans, and I’’m way more terrified of Cruz and Trump being president. I also think realistically that Hillary will get more done.”
Alex Demircan (LA ‘19): "“I consider myself a moderate and I’m still undecided, but I’m surprisingly probably going to vote in the Republican primary. I think the political climate has been far too polarized on both the right and left. We need a moderate President who represents the majority of Americans, not just one side. We need a President who can compromise and get things done, instead of fighting a Congress that won’t cooperate.”"
Alex Demircan (LA ‘’19): ““I consider myself a moderate, and I’’m still undecided, but I’’m surprisingly probably going to vote in the Republican primary. I think the political climate has been far too polarized on both the right and left. We need a moderate President who represents the majority of Americans, not just one side. We need a President who can compromise and get things done, instead of fighting a Congress that won’’t cooperate.””

This Week in Photos 2/20-2/26

We covered just about everything this week!  From EPIIC to the NESCAC basketball quarterfinals to the Indigenous Peoples’ Day vote, this week had our photographers on their toes.

On Monday we published photos  from the four days of EPIIC, “Europe in Turmoil.”

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EU Ambassador to the UN João Vale de Almeida discusses the future of Europe as a part of this year’s EPIIC Symposium in Cabot Hall on Wednesday Feb. 17 (Caroline Ambros / The Tufts Daily).
Karl Kaiser speaks on "The Future of Europe" panel at the Institute for Global Leadership's 31st annual EPIIC International Symposium on "Europe in Turmoil" on Friday, Feb. 19 (Julia Press / The Tufts Daily).
Karl Kaiser speaks on “The Future of Europe” panel at the Institute for Global Leadership’s 31st annual EPIIC International Symposium on “Europe in Turmoil” on Friday, Feb. 19 (Julia Press / The Tufts Daily).

Meanwhile, on Saturday, Sofie Hecht and Ray Bernoff snagged some shots of the men’s basketball NESCAC quarterfinals against Williams and the women’s basketball NESCAC quarterfinals against Middlebury.

–Tufts tri-captain center Tom Palleschi (LA'17) shoots the ball in a 77-71 win against Williams College in the men's basketball NESCAC Quarterfinals on Feb. 20, 2016 (Sofie Hecht / The Tufts Daily).
–Tufts tri-captain center Tom Palleschi (LA’17) shoots the ball in a 77-71 win against Williams College in the men’s basketball NESCAC Quarterfinals on Feb. 20, 2016 (Sofie Hecht / The Tufts Daily).
Tufts Guard Josie Lee (LA'17) dribbles the ball against a Middlebury College defender in the NESCAC women's basketball Quarterfinals on Feb. 20. Tufts won with a 68-36 final score (Ray Bernoff / The Tufts Daily).
Tufts Guard Josie Lee (LA’17) dribbles the ball against a Middlebury College defender in the NESCAC women’s basketball Quarterfinals on Feb. 20. Tufts won with a 68-36 final score (Ray Bernoff / The Tufts Daily).

Last but not least was the near unanimous faculty vote to change Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples’ Day on the university calendar.

Students in support of changing Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples' Day on the Tufts Unviersity calendar gathered outside of Ballou Hall on Feb. 24 while faculty voted on proposed change (Alex Knapp / The Tufts Daily).
Students in support of changing Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples’ Day on the Tufts Unviersity calendar gathered outside of Ballou Hall on Feb. 24 while faculty voted on proposed change (Alex Knapp / The Tufts Daily).
Student organizers celebrate the news that the faculty voted yes on the change (Alex Knapp / The Tufts Daily).
Student organizers celebrate the news that the faculty voted yes on the change (Alex Knapp / The Tufts Daily).

This Week in Photos 2/13-2/19

This week we did some exciting things! Evan and Sofie got an exclusive interview with the Tufts Dean of Admissions who will be leaving for a job at Dartmouth. This collaborative project turned out really nice. Look at it here: https://tuftsdaily.atavist.com/lee-coffins-legacy!

And, as always, some more great sports photos and impressive portraits of impressive people came from this week!

2/12/16 – Medford/Somerville, MA – Dean of Undergraduate Admissions Lee Coffin makes a snow angel on Friday, Feb. 12, 2016. (Evan Sayles / The Tufts Daily) (Evan Sayles / The Tufts Daily)
Dean of Undergraduate Admissions Lee Coffin makes a snow angel on Friday, Feb. 12, 2016. (Evan Sayles / The Tufts Daily)
2/5/16 – Medford/Somerville, MA – Fighting a Hamilton defenseman, Tufts forward Matt Pugh, A17, rapidly changes direction with the puck in the game against Conn. College on Friday, Feb. 5, 2016. (Evan Sayles / The Tufts Daily) (Evan Sayles / The Tufts Daily)
Fighting a Hamilton defenseman, Tufts forward Matt Pugh, LA’17, rapidly changes direction with the puck in the game against Conn. College on Friday, Feb. 5, 2016. (Evan Sayles / The Tufts Daily)
16/2/10 – Medford/Somerville, MA – Walker Bristol, the Humanist Chaplain at Tufts University, poses in front of Goddard Chapel on Feb. 10, 2016. (Ziqing Xiong / The Tufts Daily) (Ziqing Xiong / The Tufts Daily)
The University Chaplaincy Humanist in Residence Walker Bristol (LA’14) in front of Goddard Chapel on Feb. 10. (Ziqing Xiong / The Tufts Daily)
2/10/16 – Medford/Somerville, MA – Dr. Sam Weiss Evans, professor of an STS Program course called Technoscience and the State, poses for a portrait on the Academic Quad on Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2016. (Evan Sayles / The Tufts Daily) (Evan Sayles / The Tufts Daily)
Dr. Sam Weiss Evans, professor of an STS Program course called Technoscience and the State, poses for a portrait on the Academic Quad on Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2016. (Evan Sayles / The Tufts Daily)
2/12/16 – Medford/Somerville, MA –Current Dean of Undergraduate Admissions Lee Coffin has accepted a job as Vice Provost for Enrollment and Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid at Dartmouth College which will begin July 1. He poses in Bendetson on Feb. 12, 2016. (Sofie Hecht / The Tufts Daily) (Sofie Hecht / The Tufts Daily)
Current Dean of Undergraduate Admissions Lee Coffin has accepted a job as Vice Provost for Enrollment and Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid at Dartmouth College which will begin July 1. He poses in Bendetson Hall with his dog Logan on Feb. 12, 2016. (Sofie Hecht / The Tufts Daily)
2/18/16 – Medford/Somerville, MA – Former moderator of NBC’s Meet the Press and author of "How’s Your Faith?: An Unlikely Spiritual Journey" David Gregory talks with the Jonathan M. Tisch College of Citizenship and Public Service Dean Alan Solomont as a part of the Tisch College Distinguished Lecture Series on Feb. 18, 2016. (Mia Lambert / The Tufts Daily) (Mia Lambert / The Tufts Daily)
Former moderator of NBC’s Meet the Press and author of “How’s Your Faith?: An Unlikely Spiritual Journey” David Gregory talks with the Jonathan M. Tisch College of Citizenship and Public Service Dean Alan Solomont as a part of the Tisch College Distinguished Lecture Series on Feb. 18, 2016. (Sofie Hecht / The Tufts Daily)

This Week in Photos 2/06-2/12

2/5/16 – Medford/Somerville, MA – Tufts guard Tarik Smith, A17, runs the ball down the court in the men's basketball game against Trinity on Feb. 5, 2016. (Laura de Armas / The Tufts Daily) (Laura de Armas / The Tufts Daily)
2/5/16 – Medford/Somerville, MA – Tufts guard Tarik Smith, A17, runs the ball down the court in the men’s basketball game against Trinity on Feb. 5, 2016. (Laura de Armas / The Tufts Daily) (Laura de Armas / The Tufts Daily)
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(Leila Li / The Tufts Daily)
16/2/5 – Medford/Somerville, MA – Christina Fogarasi, program administrator at Tufts Institute for Innovation, receives and distributes name tags and information to participants at Human Health Hack on Feb.. 5, 2016. (Ziqing Xiong / The Tufts Daily) (Ziqing Xiong / The Tufts Daily)
16/2/5 – Medford/Somerville, MA – Christina Fogarasi, program administrator at Tufts Institute for Innovation, receives and distributes name tags and information to participants at Human Health Hack on Feb. 5, 2016. (Ziqing Xiong / The Tufts Daily)
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(Petrina Chan / The Tufts Daily)
2/11/16 – Medford/Somerville, MA –The new Associate Dean of the Jonathan M. Tisch College of Citizenship and Public Service on Feb. 11, 2016. (Sofie Hecht / The Tufts Daily) (Sofie Hecht / The Tufts Daily)
2/11/16 – Medford/Somerville, MA –The new Associate Dean of the Jonathan M. Tisch College of Citizenship and Public Service on Feb. 11, 2016. (Sofie Hecht / The Tufts Daily)
2/5/16 – Medford/Somerville, MA – Teammates congratulate Tufts forward Chad Goldberg, A18, on his goal in the game against Conn. College on Friday, Feb. 5, 2016. (Evan Sayles / The Tufts Daily) (Evan Sayles / The Tufts Daily)
2/5/16 – Medford/Somerville, MA – Teammates congratulate Tufts forward Chad Goldberg, A18, on his goal in the game against Conn. College on Friday, Feb. 5, 2016. (Evan Sayles / The Tufts Daily)
2/11/16 – Medford/Somerville, MA –An archival exhibit of the public history of slavery and freedom in Medford that was created by CSRD students is displayed in Breed Memorial during the Africana Center's Distinguished Lecture with author Craig Wilder on Feb. 11, 2016. (Sofie Hecht / The Tufts Daily) (Sofie Hecht / The Tufts Daily)
2/11/16 – Medford/Somerville, MA –An archival exhibit of the public history of slavery and freedom in Medford that was created by CSRD students is displayed in Breed Memorial during the Africana Center’s Distinguished Lecture with author Craig Wilder on Feb. 11, 2016. (Sofie Hecht / The Tufts Daily)

GET OUT THE VOTE

Tufts political groups ventured into New Hampshire to canvass before the primaries for Get Out the Vote. Tufts Daily photographers and reporters covered the event all day.

Democratic president and Secretary of State HILLARY CLINTON hears the question of an audience member at her New England College town hall event on Saturday, Feb. 6, 2016, three days before the N.H. primary. (Evan Sayles / The Tufts Daily)
Democratic presidential candidate and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton hears the question of an audience member at her New England College town hall event on Saturday, Feb. 6, 2016, three days before the N.H. primary. (Evan Sayles / The Tufts Daily)
Tufts for Hillary students canvass in Merimack, NH on Saturday February 7th (Hailey Gavin / The Tufts Daily) (Daily Photo)
Tufts for Hillary students canvass in Merrimack, NH on Saturday, Feb. 6. (Hailey Gavin / The Tufts Daily)
Republican presidential candidate and N.J. governor CHRIS CHRISTIE speaks at a rally in Bedford, N.H. to encourage primary voters to vote for him on Tuesday. Behind him stands Mass. governor CHARLIE BAKER, CHRISTIE's most recent major endorsement. (Evan Sayles / The Tufts Daily)
Republican presidential candidate and N.J. governor Chris Christie speaks at a rally in Bedford, N.H. to encourage primary voters to vote for him on Tuesday. Behind him stands Mass. governor Baker, Christie’s most recent major endorsement. (Evan Sayles / The Tufts Daily)
2016-02-06-Manchester, NH-Members of Tufts for Bernie canvass in Manchester, NH on Sunday February 6th before the state primary on Tuesday. Nate Krinsky (left) and Zach Bernstein (right) wait for a Manchester resident to open their door (Alex Knapp / The Tufts Daily) (Alex Knapp)
Members of Tufts for Bernie canvass in Manchester, NH on Sunday February 6th before the state primary on Tuesday. Nate Krinsky (left) and Zach Bernstein (right) wait for a Manchester resident to open their door (Alex Knapp / The Tufts Daily)
2016-02-06-Manchester, NH-Members of Tufts for Bernie canvass in Manchester, NH on Sunday February 6th before the state primary on Tuesday. Nick Nasser (left) and Deena Alexander (right) make sure a Bernie supporter knows the proper polling information for his neighborhood (Alex Knapp / The Tufts Daily) (Alex Knapp)
Members of Tufts for Bernie canvass in Manchester, NH on Sunday February 6th before the state primary on Tuesday. Nick Nasser (left) and Deena Alexander (right) make sure a Bernie supporter knows the proper polling information for his neighborhood (Alex Knapp / The Tufts Daily)
Republican presidential candidate and Ohio governor JOHN KASICH speaks to volunteers in Manchester, N.H. (Evan Sayles / The Tufts Daily)
Republican presidential candidate and Ohio governor JOHN KASICH speaks to volunteers in Manchester, N.H. (Evan Sayles / The Tufts Daily)
2016-02-06-Manchester, NH-Members of Tufts for Bernie canvass in Manchester, NH on Sunday February 6th before the state primary on Tuesday. Nate Krinsky (center) and Zach Bernstein (right) get more Bernie literature from Nick Nasser (left), another Tufts for Bernie member (Alex Knapp / The Tufts Daily) (Alex Knapp)
Members of Tufts for Bernie canvass in Manchester, NH on Sunday February 6th before the state primary on Tuesday. Nate Krinsky (center) and Zach Bernstein (right) get more Bernie literature from Nick Nasser (left), another Tufts for Bernie member (Alex Knapp / The Tufts Daily)

More Snow!!!!!

2/5/16 – Medford/Somerville, MA – Tufts is blanketed in snow as Winter Storm Jonas blows through campus on Friday, Feb. 5, 2016. (Evan Sayles / The Tufts Daily) (Evan Sayles / The Tufts Daily)
2/5/16 – Medford/Somerville, MA – Tufts is blanketed in snow as Winter Storm Jonas blows through campus on Friday, Feb. 5, 2016. (Evan Sayles / The Tufts Daily)
2/5/16 – Medford/Somerville, MA – The Tufts Culinary Society hosts Executive Director of the Fine Cacao and Chocolate Institute and lecturer at Harvard University Dr. Carla Martin in a lecture about the history of American chocolate production on Feb. 5, 2016. (Sofie Hecht / The Tufts Daily) (Sofie Hecht / The Tufts Daily)
2/5/16 – Medford/Somerville, MA – Snow covered the campus on Feb. 5, 2016. (Sofie Hecht / The Tufts Daily)
2/5/16 – Medford/Somerville, MA – Tufts is blanketed in snow as Winter Storm Jonas blows through campus on Friday, Feb. 5, 2016. (Evan Sayles / The Tufts Daily) (Evan Sayles / The Tufts Daily)
2/5/16 – Medford/Somerville, MA – Tufts is blanketed in snow as Winter Storm Jonas blows through campus on Friday, Feb. 5, 2016. (Evan Sayles / The Tufts Daily)
A view of Tufts from the 7th floor of Fletcher after Winter Storm Jonas passed through on Friday February 5th (Mia Lambert / The Tufts Daily) (Daily Photo)
A view of Tufts from the 7th floor of Fletcher after Winter Storm Jonas passed through on Friday February 5th (Mia Lambert / The Tufts Daily)
2/5/16 – Medford/Somerville, MA – Tufts is blanketed in snow as Winter Storm Jonas blows through campus on Friday, Feb. 5, 2016. (Evan Sayles / The Tufts Daily) (Evan Sayles / The Tufts Daily)
2/5/16 – Medford/Somerville, MA – Tufts is blanketed in snow as Winter Storm Jonas blows through campus on Friday, Feb. 5, 2016. (Evan Sayles / The Tufts Daily)
2016-02-15 - Medford/Somerville, MA - Snow coats the trees at sunset on Powderhouse Boulevard outside Latin Way on Friday, Feb 5th, 2016. (Ray Bernoff/The Tufts Daily) (Ray Bernoff)
2/15/16- Medford/Somerville, MA – Snow coats the trees at sunset on Powderhouse Boulevard outside Latin Way on Friday, Feb 5th, 2016. (Ray Bernoff / The Tufts Daily)
2016-02-05-Tufts University-Tisch Roof-Students and community members watch a spectacular post-snow sunset from the top of Tisch Roof (Alex Knapp / The Tufts Daily) (Alex Knapp)
2/5/16-Tufts University-Tisch Roof-Students and community members watch a spectacular post-snow sunset from the top of Tisch Roof (Alex Knapp / The Tufts Daily)
05.02.16 – Cambridge, MA – A beautiful sunset on the Charles River on Friday, Feb. 5, 2016. (Photo by Nicholas Pfosi) (Nicholas Pfosi/Photo by Nicholas Pfosi)
05.02.16 – Cambridge, MA – A beautiful sunset on the Charles River on Friday, Feb. 5, 2016. (Photo by Nicholas Pfosi)
2/5/16 – Medford/Somerville, MA – The Tufts Culinary Society hosts Executive Director of the Fine Cacao and Chocolate Institute and lecturer at Harvard University Dr. Carla Martin in a lecture about the history of American chocolate production on Feb. 5, 2016. (Sofie Hecht / The Tufts Daily) (Sofie Hecht / The Tufts Daily)
2/5/16 – Medford/Somerville, MA – Snowy trees line the Tufts campus on the night after a large snowfall on Feb. 5, 2016. (Sofie Hecht / The Tufts Daily)

This Week In Photos 01/31-02/05

This week was exciting for the Tufts Daily photo department! Evan rocked the picture game with photos from the Iowa Caucus and we got to shoot tons of sports! New photographers are doing great and getting front page features already, so we can’t wait to see what they do in the upcoming weeks. <3

Former Director of the ExCollege Robyn Gittleman on Jan. 26, 2016. (Sofie Hecht / The Tufts Daily)
Former Director of the ExCollege Robyn Gittleman on Jan. 26, 2016. (Sofie Hecht / The Tufts Daily)
Dr. Noam Chomsky speaks about world conflicts in the Cohen Auditorium on Jan. 28, 2016. (Sofie Hecht / The Tufts Daily)
Dr. Noam Chomsky speaks about world conflicts in the Cohen Auditorium on Jan. 28, 2016. (Sofie Hecht / The Tufts Daily)
Sister Mary Scullion talks to the Tufts community about ending homelessness (Maria Ferraz / The Tufts Daily)
Sister Mary Scullion talks to the Tufts community about ending homelessness (Maria Ferraz / The Tufts Daily)
2/2/16 ñ Medford/Somerville, MA ñ Tufts guard Tarik Smith, A17, charges through two UMass Dartmouth players in the men's basketball game against UMass Dartmouth on Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2016. (Evan Sayles / The Tufts Daily)
Tufts junior guard Tarik Smith charges through two UMass Dartmouth players in the men’s basketball game on Tuesday, Feb. 2. (Evan Sayles / The Tufts Daily)
Tufts Men's and Women's Track and Field compete at Tufts Stampede on January 30th. (Alex Knapp / The Tufts Daily)
Tufts Men’s and Women’s Track and Field compete at Tufts Stampede on January 30th. (Alex Knapp / The Tufts Daily)
On the day of the Iowa caucus, Republican presidential candidate GOV. CHRIS CHRISTIE speaks to the Westside Conservative Club at Machine Shed restaurant in Urbandale, Iowa. (Evan Sayles / The Tufts Daily)
On the day of the Iowa caucus, Republican presidential candidate Gov. Chris Christie speaks to the Westside Conservative Club at Machine Shed restaurant in Urbandale, Iowa. (Evan Sayles / The Tufts Daily)
On the night before the Iowa caucus, Democratic presidential candidate SEN. BERNIE SANDERS gives a rally at Grand View University's Sisam Arena in Des Moines, Iowa. (Evan Sayles / The Tufts Daily)
On the night before the Iowa caucus, Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders gives a rally at Grand View University’s Sisam Arena in Des Moines, Iowa. (Evan Sayles / The Tufts Daily)