Arts and Sciences News
Tufts undergrad Saherish Surani, A21, interviewed people new to the country for her book "The Stories of U.S."
George Scarlett, senior lecturer, Eliot-Pearson Department of Child Study and Human Development, seeks to connect children with the natural world, an exercise he thinks is urgent given the state of the planet, through his course "Children, Nature, and the Development of Earth Stewards"
"Black Radical" by Kerri Greenidge tells the story of a civil rights agitator who empowered working black people at the turn of the 20th century
The mortal terror that helped our ancestors survive lives on in us, even though the threats they faced are mostly long gone says Michael Romero, professor of biology.
Ichiro Takayoshi, Associate Professor of English, presents a Tufts Talk on how imagination works and the role it plays in creation and appreciation of literary works.
Photographer Melville Munro was on the spot and documented what the university looked like a century ago
Jula Harrington, A22, is one of only forty women nationwide picked to attend the NFL’s Women’s Careers in Football Forum
Started by Jun Hyung Yoon, A18, EG19, and Amanda Wang, EG19, Potentia matches volunteer tutors with immigrant students
A new exhibition of work by more than thirty artists at Tufts University Art Galleries sheds light on those imprisoned and their families