Tufts in the News

Feb 16, 2017
We think fresh is best. But to fight food waste, we need to think again.
Nutrition policy expert Sean Cash is quoted in this article about the environmental cost of food waste resulting from a natural affinity towards "fresh, never-frozen" foods.
Feb 15, 2017
Defense secretary to reassure NATO allies nervous about Trump's complaints
Fletcher School Dean James Stavridis is quoted in this article on the challenges Secretary of Defense James Mattis will face when he visits NATO headquarters.
Feb 15, 2017
Pence's mission in Europe: clarify Trump's foreign policy vision
Fletcher School Dean James Stavridis comments on Vice President Mike Pence's diplomatic visit to Europe, aimed to reassure U.S. allies on the continent.
Feb 15, 2017
As Children Die From Flu, Health Officials Urge Concern
Tufts Medical Center's Brian Chow warns that between 40 and 200 children die of the flu annually, and urges widespread vaccination.

Ask the Expert

Cassandra Suarez, N16, a registered dietician, says it's more than about surface appearance
Paul D. Lehrman, a lecturer in music and director of the music engineering minor program, weighs in on the debate

In Brief

The CAGS in Urban Justice and Sustainability will offer professionals a chance to hone their skills and reflect on their practice
AccessTufts is a portal for staff and faculty to get work done

Sports

The women's basketball team defeated Rhode Island College, 74-27, on Monday night at Cousens Gym

Women’s swimming & diving compiled an impressive all-around performance at the NESCAC Championships