Arts & Culture

Geoff Edgers in his office writing notes. For the Washington Post national arts reporter, being stuck at home doesn’t mean missing out on entertainers and personalities
January 21, 2021 Large Image
For Washington Post national arts reporter Geoff Edgers, A92, being stuck at home didn’t mean slowing down—he started a weekly Instagram Live show

The pandemic may have brought most of the arts and live entertainment world to a grinding halt, but it hasn’t stopped Geoff Edgers, A92, national...

portrait of Khaldoun Hijazin in his studio
January 19, 2021 Large Image
SMFA graduate Khaldoun Hijazin is appointed executive director of the Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts in Amman

When Khaldoun Hijazin returned to his native Jordan in 2014 after earning his M.F.A. from Tufts, his immediate future was mapped out: teaching at...

January 15, 2021 Large Image
Faculty create international partnerships to bring global experiences into their virtual classrooms

Study abroad programs may be paused amid COVID-19, but students can still get a taste of international cultures and advance their language studies...

Nine small photos in a grid. In a year dominated by COVID-19, Tufts Now highlights stories that looked past the pandemic
December 21, 2020 Large Image
In a year dominated by COVID-19, we’re highlighting stories that looked past the pandemic

The big story this year was clearly the pandemic, which writers at Tufts Now have been busy covering, from our first story on Jan. 27, “...

Cupped hands holding a tree sprout. In a Tell Me More podcast, Tufts experts talk about the wonders of renewal and regeneration
December 16, 2020 Large Image
In a Tell Me More podcast, Tufts experts talk about the wonders of renewal, from animals that regrow body parts to people who rise from tragedy

In this episode, we’re all about regeneration. We talk with a Tufts biologist about the ways some animals regrow lost body parts, and the real...

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