Sonia Raman, J96, is the first Indian American woman to coach in the NBA.
Brett Leav, A87, A23P, who led the clinical trial team that developed the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, tells a Tufts audience how the vaccines happened so quickly.
In "2034," a new novel by Elliot Ackerman, A03, F03, and James Stavridis, a conflict between the U.S. and China quickly escalates into world war.
Men’s lacrosse coach Casey D’Annolfo recalls the ‘surreal’ 96 hours before learning that COVID-19 would force an early end to the spring season.
“Wicked” author Gregory Maguire, AG90, reflects on a lifelong fascination with children’s books and the powerful sway of stories for younger—and older—readers.
Wilnelia Rivera, A04, AG14, talks to a Tufts audience about fighting for change in our cities—and on the ballot.
Thirteen Jumbos will receive awards for their work and service at an online ceremony.
This segment, which features Dean of Arts and Sciences Jim Glaser, profiles A&S alum Jennifer O'Malley Dillon who was President-elect Joe Biden's campaign manager and has now been named his deputy chief of staff.
A virtual forum with Boston Globe art critic Cate McQuaid and three SMFA at Tufts alums is featured in this Boston.com list highlighting events happening this coming weekend. Attendees will get early access to the SMFA art sale.
Rosanna Xia, A11, and Terry D. Castleman, E16, were nominated for their reporting for the Los Angeles Times.