Arts and Sciences News
With so many advantages and strengths, the U.S. towers over its rivals worldwide, despite misperceptions of the threats from China and Russia, says Michael Beckley, associate professor of political science
A serious bike accident hasn't held back Henry, A05, who is a triple threat on the race course
Susan Napier, the Goldthwaite Professor of Rhetoric in International Literary and Cultural Studies, discusses what distinguishes the Japanese style of animation
When the children’s show includes a character whose mom is in recovery for addiction, it fosters belonging, tolerance, and empathy, says Sasha Fleary, Evans Family Assistant Professor in Cognition and Learning, Eliot-Pearson Department of Child Study and Human Development.
As the Supreme Court hears oral arguments on the rescission of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, Tufts stands with its students of DACA and undocumented status
A conversation with David Art, professor of political science, about the momentous event thirty years ago that unified Germany and reshaped the map of Europe
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Wins in Virginia and Kentucky, and a narrow loss to a Republican in deep-red Mississippi, suggest Democrats have an edge with young, diverse voters, says Jeffrey Berry, John Richard Skuse, Class of 1941, Professor of Political Science.
Biannual exhibition featuring SMFA at Tufts students and recent alumni represents first in new collaborative series between school and Museum of Fine Arts, Boston