Campus Life

John DiBiaggio wearing academic robes. The eleventh president of Tufts, serving from 1992 to 2001, he emphasized civic engagement and strengthened the university’s financial foundation
February 7, 2020 Large Image
The son of immigrants, he served from 1992 to 2001, emphasizing civic engagement and strengthening the university’s financial foundation

John DiBiaggio, whose presidency from 1992 until 2001 is credited with elevating the stature of Tufts University and strengthening its financial...

photos of eight people in a grid: Joe Kennedy III, Rhonda Y. Williams, Chris Wallace, Dannagal Young, Scott Jennings, Cyntoia Brown-Long, Rep. Andy Kim, and Amanda Litman
February 5, 2020 Large Image
Speakers include activists, academics, filmmakers, two U.S. representatives, and an Emmy and Peabody award-winning journalist

The Tisch College of Civic Life, celebrating its twentieth anniversary this year, brings leaders,...

A large crown in front of a building, with a ribbon being cut with a pair of giant scissors. Tisch College Dean Alan Solomont shares his insights on how Barnum Hall reinforces the college’s central role in the life of the university
January 31, 2020 Large Image
Dean Alan Solomont shares his insights on how Barnum/Dana reinforces the college’s central role in the life of the university

The Tisch College of Civic Life last week celebrated its new home on campus and began its twentieth anniversary year with a heightened sense of...

John Erban standing at a podium at his 35th Tufts School of Medicine reunion in 2016. The breast cancer clinician and researcher has given time to his alma mater in many ways, including serving as medical editor of a photo from the class of 1981 yearbook.
January 30, 2020 Large Image
For nearly thirty years, John Erban, M81, has helped tell the stories of the School of Medicine

The photo on the last page of the Tufts University School of Medicine Class of 1981 yearbook captures its editors playing a board game as they sip...

Four children around a table interacting with undergraduate instructors. Kindergartners and first graders are pondering the deep questions of philosophy with help from Tufts students.
January 29, 2020 Large Image
They might be young, but with help from Tufts students, they’re pondering the deep questions of philosophy—and loving it

It happens to be World Philosophy Day, this Thursday in late fall, when the K-1 class at the Eliot-Pearson Children’s School holds its sixth and...

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