Campus Life

Donald W. Klein
April 17, 2018
The longtime political science professor influenced a generation of Asian studies students

Donald W. Klein, an influential voice for understanding contemporary China and who artfully interpreted power shifts in Communist leadership for...

Anne Hall at Tufts
April 16, 2018 Large Image
First-generation student Anne Hall hopes to use scholarship to attend medical and divinity school and practice medicine in rural South Dakota

Anne Hall, A19, has been named a 2018 Truman Scholar, joining fifty-eight other students from around the country to be recognized for their...

Joseph P. Noonan
April 13, 2018
A triple Jumbo and expert in signal processing, he taught at Tufts for some three decades

Joseph P. Noonan, E67, EG69, EG73, a professor emeritus and former chair of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, passed away on...

Nico and Mason Pollack and Matt and Robert Treiber in their lacrosse uniforms
April 10, 2018 Large Image
What is it like having your sibling on campus with you? Four pairs tell us

If you have a brother or sister, you inevitably have a lot in common. You grow up together, share your toys, TV shows, and sometimes your friends...

students gather in a high school office
April 10, 2018 Large Image
This year Tufts accepts twenty-four students for the Class of 2022 from host communities Somerville and Medford

Brittney Gedeon is excited to “focus on what I’m really passionate about: biology!” Jeffrey Zou looks forward to hiking in New Hampshire with the...

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