Arts and Sciences News
Attorney, social justice advocate, and author to address Class of 2021 in a virtual ceremony.
Sonia Raman, J96, is the first Indian American woman to coach in the NBA.
While community residents express some satisfaction, they see inequalities and opportunity for change according to survey conducted by Brian Schaffner, Newhouse Professor of Civic Studies and students.
Brett Leav, A87, A23P, who led the clinical trial team that developed the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, tells a Tufts audience how the vaccines happened so quickly.
In "2034," a new novel by Elliot Ackerman, A03, F03, and James Stavridis, a conflict between the U.S. and China quickly escalates into world war.
President Biden’s chief medical advisor tells a large Tufts audience about vaccines and why smart public policy is so important for health.
Strict health protocols will be in place for limited, weekend-only, NESCAC schedule from mid-April to mid-May.
An event hosted by the University Chaplaincy and Hillel commemorates a year of upheaval due to COVID-19 and racial injustice.
Men’s lacrosse coach Casey D’Annolfo recalls the ‘surreal’ 96 hours before learning that COVID-19 would force an early end to the spring season.