Tufts in the News

May 27, 2016
Dump Trump? Some Millennials Aren't So Sure
CIRCLE's Kei Kawashima-Ginsberg warns prognosticators that they should not assume young people are loyal to particular political parties.
May 26, 2016
Kids on the Run
Tufts researchers are promoting initiatives that encourage kids to develop a love for running.
May 26, 2016
Dealing With Racial Drama At Work: Lyndon's Story
Sociologist Pawan Dhingra is quoted on the burden that minorities feel "to represent their race."
May 26, 2016
Promise & Peril: Donald Trump moderate on inversion tax
Global economics expert Michael Klein explains why Donald Trump's proposed economics policies are reminiscent of failed policies in Argentina.

Ask the Expert

Kenneth R. Lang, a professor in the Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics, explains
Jessica Harney, a lecturer for Tufts graduate programs in occupational therapy, weighs in

In Brief

Carla Berube, who guided women’s basketball to the national championship, selected as an assistant at USA under-17 team trials
Tufts’ vice provost for research says she’ll work to advance the country’s scientific enterprise

Sports

For the second straight season, Marilyn Allen, Alexis Harrison, and Sydney Smith will compete for Tufts at the NCAA Track & Field Championships

Five Jumbos are scheduled to compete at the 2016 NCAA Division III Men's Outdoor Track & Field Championships, the largest contingent to the national meet since 2013