Arts & Culture

"Hawaiians see the land as the chief and man as its servant. There's a common thing: Aloha ʻĀina. Aloha means love, and ʻĀina means the deep love you have for the land," said Jonah Apo, E22.
November 9, 2020 Video
Jonah Apo, E22, finds meaningful ways to connect with his Native Hawaiian heritage, even thousands of miles from home

Jonah Makanaakalā Apo, E22, is a civil engineering major from Nuʻuanu, Hawaiʻi. As a Native Hawaiian, or Kānaka Maoli, he brings the Aloha spirit...

Michelle Bowdler portrait. She talks about her book “Is Rape a Crime?”, what led to write later in life, and the books that matter most to her
November 6, 2020 Large Image
Bookish: Michelle Bowdler talks about her book “Is Rape a Crime?”, what led her to write later in life, and the books that matter most to her

Bookish is an occasional Tufts Now series of interviews with authors from the...

Three microphones in a studio. Covering everything from food to comedy to justice and politics, these Tufts podcasts await your listening pleasure
November 5, 2020 Large Image
Covering everything from food and comedy to justice and politics, these podcasts await your listening pleasure

Listening to podcasts is a way to explore new ideas and hear compelling stories—while you are driving, cooking, exercising, or just folding the...

A black and white abstract drawing. The annual SFMFA Art Sale, a fundraiser for the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts, will be held Nov. 9-23
October 26, 2020 Large Image
The annual sale, a fundraiser for the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts, will be held Nov. 9-23

For its first 37 years, the annual SMFA Art Sale—a major fundraiser for student financial aid—was an...

A man's eyes stare out from behind a saffron yellow foreground in a painted image advertising the SMFA Art Sale
October 22, 2020 Large Image
New England’s leading contemporary art sale moves online and goes global for first time

BOSTON and MEDFORD/SOMERVILLE, Mass. (Oct. 22, 2020)—The School of the Museum...

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