Campus Life

Michael Romero
August 13, 2018 Large Image
Biology professor Michael Romero wins a presidential award for mentoring students underrepresented in science

When Michael Romero started as an undergraduate at Swarthmore in 1984, one of only a handful of Hispanic Americans there, he was majoring in...

Talloires priory building seen from above
August 3, 2018 Large Image
The Tufts European Center, once part of a thriving Benedictine monastery at the foot of the French Alps, marks a historic year

For John Kodis A81, memories of the Tufts European Center in the village of Talloires, France, are inseparable from the awe evoked by the building...

Frank Hazel and his three daughters at his 100th birthday party, held at Tufts
July 31, 2018 Large Image
Francis Hazel, A41, one of the few African American students in his class, looks back on a life of challenge, friendship, and accomplishment

Shortly before moving out of his home in Lexington, Massachusetts, last year at age ninety-nine, Francis “Frank” Hazel, A41, submitted a...

David Kahle
July 30, 2018 Large Image
Tufts’ chief information officer lived with a passion for both technology and humanity

David Kahle was the chief “tech guy” at Tufts. He was also an artist, a teacher, a lover of trees and birds, a conqueror of mountains, a solver of...

Carla Berube with the FIBA gold medal
July 30, 2018 Large Image
Tufts coach Carla Berube leads the USA U17 squad to the FIBA World Cup championship in Belarus

The old adage “defense wins championships” was again proven true by the American women in the FIBA U17 World Cup gold medal game as they beat...

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