Arts and Sciences News
Three questions with Tufts economist Gilbert Metcalf about gasoline costs and what suspending gas taxes might do.
Understanding how deeply embedded war is in Russia’s view of itself may help us understand the invasion of Ukraine, says Greg Carleton, a professor of Russian studies and author of “Russia: The Story of War.”
The EPIIC Symposium “Problems Without Passports” brings experts together to discuss topics best solved by international cooperation.
With a rise in applications, students admitted to Tufts for the fall are diverse and eager to make the world a better place.
How do you teach one of the most challenging authors in American literature to a group of freshmen--Kurt's grandson among them? Last fall Mark Lannigan, A23, found out.
At the NCAAs, Claire Brennan, A23, wins the 200 freestyle and she and teammates top the 800 freestyle relay.
With resistance to the Russian invasion much stronger than expected, the conflict’s future is uncertain, Tufts experts say.
Tim Atherton, Associate Professor of Physics, is co-lead author of a new study which finds that overall climate and exclusionary behaviors are the biggest factors for LGBT+ scientists leaving physics, with women and trans people most likely to experience harassment.
Juniors Jaidyn Appel and Lia Rotti take the top prizes in the triple jump and the high jump at the NCAA women’s track and field meet.