Arts & Culture

Susan Napier sitting at her desk at home. In a Tufts series with writers on reading, Susan Napier, professor and author of “Miyazakiworld: A Life in Art” and other books on Japanese anime and culture, talks about books that inspired her.
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In our series with writers on reading, the professor and author of “Miyazakiworld: A Life in Art” talks about books that inspired her

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

A hiker on a cliff looks over a vast wilderness. In a Tell Me More podcast, a Buddhist monk, a long-distance hiker, and other seclusion-seekers give advice for getting by in times of isolation.
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In a Tell Me More podcast, a Buddhist monk, a long-distance hiker, and other seclusion-seekers give advice for getting by in times of isolation

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Tisch College’s Distinguished Speaker Series, which previously brought to campus leading figures like Tarana Burke (pictured), Ayanna Pressley, and the late John Lewis, will explicitly address issues of racial justice this fall. Photo: Alonso Nichols
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The university-wide school of civic engagement highlights six ways it's working to create greater racial equality at Tufts and beyond

On the heels of a June 1 letter to the Tisch College of Civic Life community...

"Rose" (pictured left) by Susan Prentiss was created with graphite on drawing paper, and "Isolation" by Christopher Hannigan was painted with acrylics on Masonite.
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"Artists/Innovators," an online exhibition from SMFA Continuing Education students, demonstrates how creativity can help us during difficult times

Continuing Education students at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts launched their first online exhibition:...

“We want to take advantage of the COVID moment to do something outside the box that will resonate with students and speak to our own work,” said Colin Orians, professor of environmental biology.
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Faculty are planning new classes and revamping coursework to take advantage of virtual learning and give students a first-class academic experience

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