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"Embrace your responsibility as a civic leader who is charged with safeguarding and strengthening our democracy for generations to come," writes Alan D. Solomont, A70, A08P. Photo: Anna Miller/Tufts University
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Op-Ed: As early voting begins, signs of growing participation are encouraging, but there are still red flags signaling risk for our democracy

The 2020 election is underway. Early voting began Oct. 17 in Massachusetts, and the voter...

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New collaboration with Noodle Partners prepares Tufts students for the “best jobs in America”

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"I want to make sure beginning farmers in marginalized communities don’t get left behind,” said Jacob Weiss, N20, of the Sacramento Valley Food Hub, a food distribution platform connecting farmers with institutional customers.
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A food distribution platform managed by Jacob Weiss, N20, was awarded $25,000 in Friedman School’s annual Entrepreneurship Competition

A team of alumni from Friedman School who are supporting small farmers in Sacramento Valley, California, took home the top prize last week in...

A gloved hand puts a test tube containing a COVID testing sample into a box with other sample tubes
October 6, 2020 Large Image
Up to 300 asymptomatic tests per week will be available to immediate neighbors in Medford and Somerville, starting October 13

MEDFORD/SOMERVILLE, Mass. (Oct. 6, 2020; Updated Oct. 9, 2020)—...

When an ecology course had to shift to remote labs, faculty got creative. Botanist George Ellmore sent students kits with seeds. "We’re saying: This is the system you will observe in nature. You tell us what questions you want to ask." Photo: Ingimage
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Faculty have transformed Experiments in Ecology amid COVID-19 but continue to provide students with a window into the natural world

Part of an occasional series of stories on how faculty in the School of Arts and Sciences and the School of Engineering are adapting to...

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