Campus Life

May 1, 2018
The topics range from economics and history to literature and philosophy

The wide range of research and scholarship pursued by faculty in the School of Arts and Sciences was on display at the Dean’s Annual Publication...

Jeffrey Summit at Tufts Hillel
April 27, 2018 Large Image
As the leader of Tufts Hillel, Jeffrey Summit helped to transform an organization and an entire university

Jeffrey Summit arrived at Tufts as the new Hillel rabbi back in 1979. Freshly ordained from Hebrew Union College, he showed up with a beard, a big...

Tom Vandervelde in his lab making ice cream
April 24, 2018 Large Image
Liquid nitrogen is the not-so-secret ingredient an engineering professor uses to make frozen treats for guests

One day every April, Tom Vandervelde, an associate professor of electrical and computer engineering, sets aside prep for classes and his research...

Eric Johnson and Don Megerle on the marathon race course in the rain
April 20, 2018 Large Image
It was a wet and cold Boston Marathon this year, but inspiration kept this runner going

Editor’s note: For the past sixteen Boston Marathons, the Tufts Marathon Team, a dedicated group of students, staff, and other Tufts community...

Donald W. Klein
April 17, 2018
The longtime political science professor influenced a generation of Asian studies students

Donald W. Klein, an influential voice for understanding contemporary China and who artfully interpreted power shifts in Communist leadership for...