Arts and Sciences News
Men’s soccer defeats Amherst for its second straight NCAA title and fourth in six years
The so-called “War on Christmas” captures the threat to the status quo that some Americans perceive as the country’s demographics change, Sam Sommers, professor and chair of the Department of Psychology
Jeff Berry, John Richard Skuse Professor of Political Science, interrogates himself to find the answer, and it’s not eating lobster and baked beans
Two accomplished faculty will join Tufts in the Spring 2020 semester. Natasha Kumar Warikoo is a new professor in the Department of Sociology, and Jill VanTongeren is a new associate professor in the Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences.
Gregory Crane, professor of classical studies and computer science at Tufts, recently won a large grant to further his work digitizing ancient literature in multiple languages
"Alvisa uses the self-portrait to transmit an emotional rather than a photo-realistic truth," says the New Yorker's Doreen St. Félix of SMFA alumna Alicia Rodriguez Alvisa, BFA '18, in an article on Alvisa's series "You Are There, Are you there?, There You Are".
The A&S alum travels the globe photographing extreme sports and outdoor athletes
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