Rosy Triggs Fitzgerald

Voices Section Editor, Tufts Observer

Location icon United States

Tufts University Class of 2019
BA American Studies, Minor in English

Tufts Observer
Enduring Disagreement: Defining Anti-Semitism in the Modern World

On the afternoon of Tuesday, February 12, Tufts students received a community message from President Monaco describing some "profoundly disturbing and hurtful" posters discovered on the exterior of the Granoff Family Hillel Center.

Tufts Observer
Let's Chat: Loving and Losing with Ariana Grande

I think we need to start with “thank u, next.” It’s set more than a few records, including Ari’s first number one single on Billboard. Honestly, what she’s doing is ingenious. She knows exactly how to play into pop meme culture.

Tufts Observer
Bridging Disability and Mental Illness

Visiting Disablity Studies lecturer Lydia X. Z. Brown, otherwise known as Autistic Hoya, defines ableism as the “oppression, prejudice, stereotyping, or discrimination against Disabled people,” in addition to the belief that non-Disabled people’s lives are superior, have a better quality of life, or have lives that are more valuable than Disabled people’s lives.

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Imagining Otherwise

My mother took me to my first live concert when I was eight or nine years old. We saw Sweet Honey in the Rock perform at Boston Symphony Hall.