Books, films, multimedia—and even a Spotify playlist—recommended by members of the Tufts community.
From the national tour of “In the Heights” and the Tony-winning “Fun Home” to shows he writes himself, Joel Perez, A08, brings a fresh perspective to the stage.
For 40 years, photojournalist April Saul, J76, has documented the lives of people in Camden—honoring both their sorrow and their joy.
Casey, A80, AG83, who led the nationally known baseball program for almost four decades, made high standards on and off the field the foundation for success.
Jacob Wessel, A14, steers toward a more equitable future for the city’s public spaces.
Tisch College lecturers Melissa Orkin, AG08, AG12, and Leandra Elion partnered with the Department of Education to create and establish state-wide guidelines for screening young children for dyslexia.
Tufts Distinguished Achievement Award winner Bill Abrams reflects on 16 years at the helm of the international nonprofit Trickle Up.
3 questions with poet, professor, and podcast host Joanne Diaz, J94, about the pleasures of verse.
From selling scrubs in parking lots to trading her company’s shares on Wall Street, Trina Spear, A05, is shaping the future of female entrepreneurship and the medical apparel industry.
Historian Erika Lee, J91, details the long ugly history of discrimination against Asian Americans, how it continues today, and what can be done about it.