Arts and Sciences News
Five graduating students talk about their twice-weekly practices, forming new friendships, and, of course, getting lots of encouragement from Coach Don Megerle
The liars we’ve been binge-watching are more like us than we might want to think, say two Tufts psychologists.
The Tufts alum and longest-serving congressman from Oregon reflects on his career and on the future of democracy.
Maurice Emmanuel Parent, Professor of the Practice in the Department of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies, talks about the two terms and how he sees them playing out on stage and screen.
From grass-fed beef to cellular agriculture, experts rethink the role of animals in the food supply.
As space exploration speeds up, engineers and other visionaries help us imagine—and prepare for—life beyond our planet.
Genealogist Bryna O’Sullivan, A08, is now working on identifying and telling the stories of African American Revolutionary War veterans buried in Old North Cemetery in Middlefield, Connecticut.
George Behrakis, A20, promotes a carbon dividend plan that would impose fees on polluting companies and rebate the revenue to taxpayers.
Dan Pashman, A99, host of the podcast "The Sporkful," invents a winning noodle.