Arts and Sciences News
Tufts delegates describe what frustrated and inspired them at the U.N. conference in Glasgow.
As Nancy Bauer prepares to step down, she leaves a legacy of advancing art education for Tufts students amid record growth.
Talia Quandelacy, A07, uses her expertise as an epidemiologist to help raise awareness of inequities that affect health in urban areas and reservation communities.
The new student-produced show runs at Cohen Auditorium through November 14.
Men’s soccer, field hockey, and volleyball all will be taking part in the Division III tournaments.
The only Black member of the Tufts Class of 1953, one-time track star Bob Jones tells of his life growing up facing discrimination and barriers, and overcoming them all.
Tuft paleontologist Noel Heim helps make the case for a Jurassic-era reptile that once roamed what is now Massachusetts.
It’s complicated, say Tufts political experts, but there are ways to increase participation and voting.
The Collective Futures Fund, administered by Tufts University Art Galleries, has announced the inaugural recipients of grants for visual artists and artist-run activity in the Greater Boston area for public art and collaborative projects, totaling $80,000 in awards.