Tufts in the News

Jan 22, 2018
Personalized Diets: Can Your Genes Really Tell You What To Eat?
"For basic healthy living, it's not about your genes, it's about your behavior," says Friedman's Dariush Mozaffarianon on NPR's Morning Edition program.
Jan 19, 2018
What Today's Headlines About Famine Get Wrong
This is a review of World Peace Foundation Director Alex de Waal's book, "Mass Starvation: The History and Future of Famine."
Jan 19, 2018
Elizabeth Warren’s Native American problem goes beyond politics
Political scientist Jeffrey Berry comments on Sen. Elizabeth Warren's 2018 reelection bid and questions surrounding her heritage.
Jan 19, 2018
Will we ever be able to trust driverless cars?
Computer scientist Kathleen Fisher is quoted on the vulnerabilities of high-tech cars.

Ask the Expert

Jonathan Babyak, V09, an emergency veterinarian at Tufts, provides tips
Lisa Freeman, J86, V91, N96, head of the veterinary nutrition service at Cummings Veterinary Medical Center, fills us in

In Brief

The “father of the international relations program” at Tufts, he taught from 1956 to 1995
Wechsler had a long medical career as a surgeon in New Jersey


Conor Coleman of the Tufts men's soccer team was announced as the United Soccer Coaches National Scholar Player of the Year for Division III

The women's basketball team defeated DeSales University, 82-41