Campus Life

Colleen Doolan  by the swimming pool
May 23, 2019 Large Image
She helped the women’s swim team earn a spot on the national stage. Now, with degree in hand, she’s heading to the Tufts School of Medicine to become a triple Jumbo

While the Chicago suburbs are not known for a lengthy outdoor swimming season, it was enough to “inspire a love for the water,” said Colleen...

Anthony Mahoney-Pacheo
May 23, 2019 Large Image
He chose this university over another because he hoped to be “pushed more by peers and professors”

At any one point in his Tufts career, Anthony Mahoney-Pacheo, A19, held at least four jobs. For three years, he worked as an emergency department...

Eric Osherow
May 23, 2019 Large Image
The new graduate was determined to fill his four years at Tufts with fine art, philosophy, computer science, and more. And he found his creative voice along the way

When he first arrived at Tufts from Boca Raton, Florida, Eric Osherow, A19, took course after course in philosophy and oil painting. “I think it...

Hanna Petros
May 23, 2019 Large Image
The Class of 2019 graduate escaped political persecution in Eritrea. She now wants to use her clinical psychology training to help refugees

When she graduates from Tufts this spring, Hanna Petros, A19, won’t have her parents alongside to celebrate. “My parents are political prisoners...

Tim Reitzenstein
May 23, 2019 Large Image
Whether on the football field or in the classroom, the new graduate always found ways to solve problems by seeing both sides

Tim Reitzenstein, A19, is an all-conference football player who didn’t start out as a football player.

“I was a basketball player all my...

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