Arts & Culture

illustration of summer camp, with books as tents
June 23, 2015 Large Image
The Tufts community weighs in with recommendations for fiction, biography, history, memoirs and more

Every summer, members of the Tufts community recommend their favorite “good reads,” and this year the selection is as eclectic and wide-ranging as...

street scene with election posters in Mauritania
June 12, 2015 Large Image
Set in West Africa, the recent page turner by Todd Moss, A92, reveals the inside battles behind 21st-century international crises

Can the United States reverse a coup in the West African nation of Mali in time to return its democratically elected president to power? It’s all...

Adriana Zavala at the New York Botanical Garden exhibition
June 4, 2015 Large Image
Tufts art historian Adriana Zavala curates a special exhibition of the Mexican painter’s works at the New York Botanical Garden

On a warm Saturday afternoon in mid-May, Adriana Zavala took in the scene at the New York Botanical Garden, indoors and out: a profusion of creamy...

art work with digital collage
May 28, 2015 Large Image
Tina Riedel captures everyday moments in her photography, and takes a painterly approach to making photo collages on her computer

In this occasional series, Tufts Now highlights the hidden talents of Tufts faculty and staff.

Tina Riedel knew it was...

Aromie Kim showing off the video game
May 19, 2015 Large Image
For Aromie Kim, overseeing the look and feel of the new video game “Midnight Terrors” was a dream come true

Aromie Kim, A16, almost missed the chance to make a dream come true.

The 21-year-old cognitive and brain sciences major has had a lifelong...