Arts and Sciences News
For groundbreaking work on single-atom catalysts, Charles Sykes and colleagues receive the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Horizon Prize.
Head coach of the men’s tennis team took the Jumbos to the NCAA Final Four for the first time this year.
The Jumbos were the winningest sports program among more than 400 colleges and universities in Division III last year, taking home the Learfield Directors’ Cup for the first time.
A Tufts alumna gives her father’s old varsity sweater new life—and keeps it in the family.
- How Slavery Ended Slowly, and Emancipation Laws Often Kept the Enslaved in Bondage—and Rewarded the Enslavers
Professor of History Kris Manjapra examines the history of the injustice of abolition in the U.S. and abroad and the need for reparations in his new book.
The ocean has long inspired Nancy Shrodes, A11, both in her studies at Tufts and in her native California. Today she brings to light the stabilizing role of the South Santa Monica Bay Watershed amid deepening drought and climate uncertainty.
The longtime artistic director of New York Theatre Workshop says Tufts helped him find his calling.
Wanting to bring more students to live on campus, the university is expanding existing residences and creating new ones.
Reflections on a century of nurturing children, teaching students, building community, and supporting families.