The 2019 Tufts spring sports teams placed 138 student-athletes on the NESCAC All-Academic Teams. That’s more than any of the other 10 schools in the conference
As two medical students graduate, they look back at their time as drummers in bands—and the connection between music and medicine
Guess the number of folding chairs—and number of languages spoken by Fletcher grads
Tufts in the News
Apr 25, 2019
Six Standout Artists Starting Their Careers
SMFA graduate student Anja S. DuBois is briefly profiled in this overview of promising artists at Boston-area schools who are exhibiting thesis shows this spring. DuBois’ exhibit, "No Time for Laundry," will be on view May 1-19 at the Tufts University Art Galleries.
Apr 24, 2019
Identicide: How Demographic Shifts Can Rip a Country Apart
Fletcher’s Monica Duffy Toft explores the USSR’s failed efforts to maintain its perceived “true” national identity, despite a different demographic reality, noting similarities to the current polarized state of the U.S.
Apr 24, 2019
SCOTUS Is Taking Up 4 LGBTQ Rights Cases & They Are Way More Consequential Than You Think
Tufts political scientist Miranda Yaver writes this opinion piece on what the Supreme Court LGBTQ rights cases could mean for the LGBTQ community.
Apr 22, 2019
Tufts Entrepreneurs Aim to Improve Bangladeshi Women's Health
Fletcher student Farah Momen discusses her project The Now Exchange in this Q&A. The Now Exchange, which aims to offer free health services to Bangledeshi women in the garment industry, is one of the winners of the annual Tufts $100k New Ventures Competition, organized by the Tufts Entrepreneurship Center at the Gordon Institute.
Ask the Expert
Professor Melissa Mazan, V93, a board-certified internist and pulmonology expert at Tufts Equine Center, explains
Deborah Linder, V09, SK16, head of the Tufts Obesity Clinic for Animals, explains
Fifteen students fanned out over the North African country in March to learn more about topics ranging from migration to religion
Book topics range from memory and superpowers to GMOs and microeconomics, plus music, film, art exhibitions and more