Arts and Sciences News
A new professor at Tufts tackles life’s big questions through the examination of Jewish law and ethics.
In her award-winning memoir, Tufts graduate Lise Deguire shares lessons learned from a painful childhood.
Work continues on the Joyce Cummings Center, a new academic center slated to open in 2022.
Tufts couples, a justice of the peace, and a caterer reflect on a year that upended celebrations but could not squelch their joy.
In a new memoir, Rounder Records co-founder Bill Nowlin describes how the company with Tufts roots become a cultural force for American music.
Tufts students, faculty, and staff describe being visible, fighting discrimination, and finding joy in community.
Working unpredictable hours boosts your risk for chronic disease, and affects women more than men, says a new study by Mary Davis, associate professor, Department of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning.
“The Revelations,” a fictional foray into the nature of consciousness, was shaped by author Erik Hoel’s career as a neuroscientist—and by “Moby Dick.”
María Belén Power, AG20, advocates for justice-centered change from Chelsea, Massachusetts to the White House Environmental Justice Advisory Council.