Tufts in the News

Sep 7, 2017
It's Time to Plan for Civil War In Venezuela
Dean of The Fletcher School James Stavridis outlines how the United States could prepare for a possible civil war in Venezuela.
Sep 6, 2017
The Way to Make North Korea Back Down
Fletcher expert Sung-Yoon Lee writes this opinion piece on how to respond to the increasing provocations from a nuclear North Korea.
Sep 6, 2017
15 states, DC sue Trump administration over ending DACA
Tufts is among universities supporting protections for undocumented students.
Sep 5, 2017
Tufts Football Gains New Team Member Through Team IMPACT
Coach Jay Civetti and the Jumbos football team drafted Zach Cummings as a part of the Team IMPACT immersion program that connects children with debilitating or life-threatening diseases to college athletes. Cummings, a 15 year old Saugus native was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Lymphoma in January.

Ask the Expert

Cailin Heinze, a veterinary nutritionist at Cummings Veterinary Medical Center, responds
Jessica Zorge, the wildlife program assistant at Tufts Wildlife Clinic who handles calls from the public during wild baby season, responds

In Brief

Elliot Ackerman and David Grann are on the longlist for fiction and nonfiction
Sign up for a laptop loaner program to ensure data security in the face of increased airport restrictions

Sports

The Tufts women's volleyball team came from behind in the third set to defeat Rochester Institute of Technology on Friday evening.

The Tufts golf team enjoyed a good day on Sunday at the Bill Detrick Invitational hosted by Trinity College.