Arts & Culture

Travis Percy, A18, performs a monologue during a “Fires in the Mirror” rehearsal
April 18, 2018 Video
A Tufts production of “Fires in the Mirror,” about two deaths and the 1991 Crown Heights riots, reveals deeper human truths

Bridget O’Leary, visiting artist in the Department of Drama and Dance, this month brings to the Tufts stage a play from 1992 that, as she sees it...

President Anthony P. Monaco
April 18, 2018 Large Image

MEDFORD/SOMERVILLE, Mass. (April 18, 2018)—Anthony P. Monaco, president of Tufts University and a distinguished geneticist, has been elected to...

Natalie Shapero at Tufts
April 17, 2018 Large Image
Natalie Shapero, who doesn't pull punches in her writing, explains what poetry means to her

T.S. Eliot had it at least half right when he wrote, in the opening to The Waste Land, that April is the cruelest month, at least judging...

Ichiro Takayoshi at his office at Tufts
March 28, 2018 Large Image
From Hemingway to Pound, the 1920s marked a big shift in American literature, according to a new book

The writers who defined the Jazz Age almost a century ago still exert a pull on us: F. Scott Fitzgerald, Langston Hughes, Ernest Hemingway,...

March 26, 2018 Large Image
SMFA at Tufts Traveling Fellow and alumna Maia Lynch explores contemporary identity through varied media in exhibit at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

BOSTON and MEDFORD/SOMERVILLE, Mass. (March 26, 2018)—Emerging artist Maia Lynch explores the fragmentary nature of contemporary identity through...