Deep-sea explorer Edie Widder, A73, talks about her new memoir, Below the Edge of Darkness.
In her novel "Monster in the Middle," which spans generations and continents, Tiphanie Yanique, A00, challenges us to think bigger when it comes to romance.
Members of the Tufts community share their favorite works of fiction and nonfiction—classics, hidden gems, and recent releases.
A Tufts alumna gives her father’s old varsity sweater new life—and keeps it in the family.
The longtime artistic director of New York Theatre Workshop says Tufts helped him find his calling.
The ocean has long inspired Nancy Shrodes, A11, both in her studies at Tufts and in her native California. Today she brings to light the stabilizing role of the South Santa Monica Bay Watershed amid deepening drought and climate uncertainty.
Jayanthi Mistry, Professor and Chair, and Fuko Kiyama, MA in Child Study and Human Development ’19 have published two new studies examining the experiences of adolescents to learn more about how young people deal with stereotypes.
A Tell Me More podcast shares stories about choosing what’s worth holding on to, from Dad’s books to old home movies to endangered animals.
From her involvement with the Asian American Center as a Tufts undergraduate to her current role with the City of Philadelphia, Romana Lee-Akiyama, A00, strives to “be a connector, someone who brings together people of different backgrounds.”
Tufts students have received the most PSA awards overall compared to any other college or university.