Meet some of this year's talented graduates who exemplify the creativity, intelligence, and drive of the Tufts student body.
The show features the art of 23 graduating students of SMFA at Tufts.
In a celebrated new book, Assistant Professor of History Kerri Greenidge writes about a pair of white abolitionist sisters who had an uneasy relationship with their Black nephews.
An expanded university program hosts four academics—a veterinary surgeon, a human rights leader, a banking expert, and a professor of international relations—who fled peril in Ukraine and Afghanistan.
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A transformational gift from alumnus Chuck Auster, A73, will create the Auster Center for Applied Innovation Research
In other NCAA action, men’s lacrosse finishes second with 22-1 record and women’s rowing places third
As refugees flee the conflict in Sudan, the informal settlements in large cities in neighboring countries where they settle need study and support
A cognitive scientist studying language comprehension explains the difference between how the likes of ChatGPT work and how we think—and what we can learn from that
The Jumbos are joined in continued postseason action by track & field, rowing, and sailing teams, while seasons end for baseball, softball, and women’s lacrosse