My Moment

A woman held a poster with the words 'We Are Still Alive' during a candlelight vigil to honor the lost Indigenous children and survivors of residential schools on the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation in Canada. (Photo: Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
Nov 17, 2021 Large Image
Danielle Lazore-Thompson, J96, shares her parents’ experience with boarding schools for Native American children and how, as an attorney, she helps her people protect their land
Angie Brice Hessbruegge, her hair short, gazes at the camera. She was diagnosed with lung cancer in her 30s.
Jun 1, 2021 Large Image
A mother’s journey with lung cancer offers important lessons on early detection and living in the now
Snapshots show friends Sara Mason Ader and Julia Brady Hoexter, who are both Tufts graduates, in different scenes over 30 years, including high school in the 1980s, Sara’s wedding day in 1997, and Sara’s 50th birthday.
May 13, 2021 Large Image
Growing up in Kentucky, Sara and I felt like outsiders. After we moved North for college, meeting again was the friendship equivalent of falling in love.
Photo Collage of the Bauer family. Tufts graduate Jay Saar Bauer shares the story of how racism exacted a harsh toll on his father’s family.
Mar 31, 2021 Large Image
My father never said much about his estranged family. Now I understand why.
Charles Scott, a graduate of The Fletcher School at Tufts, quit his corporate career to go on athletic adventures with his kids. He now helps other people craft their own paths toward a more vital, meaningful life.
Mar 19, 2021 Large Image
I wanted to go on athletic adventures with my kids. But could I pursue my vision of a meaningful life and still pay the bills?