Tufts in the News

Aug 17, 2017
Mathematicians Could Help In Gerrymandering Legal Cases
Mathematician Moon Duchin is combating gerrymandering with geometry.
Aug 17, 2017
Are young people's views on race really that different from their parents?
Tisch College's Peter Levine discusses younger generations' relationship with racism.
Aug 17, 2017
Why Africa’s development model puzzles economists
Economist Margaret McMillan collaborated on a study following unique economic development models of African countries.
Aug 16, 2017
Trump can't withdraw from NAFTA without a 'yes' from Congress
Fletcher expert Joel Trachtman writes this op-ed on President Donald Trump s intentions to leave NAFTA: "The power to approve, and to terminate U.S. participation in, trade agreements is assigned to Congress."

Ask the Expert

Jessica Zorge, the wildlife program assistant at Tufts Wildlife Clinic who handles calls from the public during wild baby season, responds
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In Brief

An expert on the law, Chayet devoted five decades of service to the university
Three mechanical engineering undergraduates and their faculty mentor receive first prize in a Transportation Research Board competition addressing airport needs


Women's basketball head coach Carla Berube was coach of the USA U16 team, who won the 2017 FIBA Americas Championship

Tufts' Ellis Oval is getting a new surface for the 2017 season