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Dec. 18, 2006
New Year, New ____

We asked members of the Tufts community to share their thoughts on something new they would like to see in the world.
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Dec. 11, 2006
Hot Stuff

When the semester starts to cool down, student performance groups at Tufts begin heating up.
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Dec. 4, 2006
Connecting Across Continents

The Fletcher School's GMAP students are gaining a global education and making international connections.
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Nov. 13, 2006
Found in Translation

Librarians at Tufts School of Medicine have created an online health resource that is helping Asian immigrants in Boston's bustling Chinatown neighborhood better understand what ails them.
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Nov. 6, 2006
Tufts Launches Historic Fund-Raising Campaign

On Nov. 3, Tufts officially embarked on a $1.2 billion campaign entitled Beyond Boundaries. The name of this campaign reflects our global perspective, cross-discipline collaboration and our community outreach.


Oct. 30, 2006
Election Day or Bust!

From the campaign trail to the classroom, members of the Tufts community are getting political.


Oct. 23, 2006
Four Years, Infinite Possibilities

Through six students' journeys, we follow the evolution of an undergraduate.
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Maryanne Wolf

Oct. 16, 2006
Breaking Down Barriers

Tufts literacy expert Maryanne Wolf has pioneered ground-breaking research that has led to advances in dyslexia testing and treatment.
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Creating Novels

Oct. 9, 2006
A Novel Idea

As several writers with Tufts ties can attest, the path to success as a novelist is paved with multiple drafts. But the end results, they say, are worth it.
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Feinstein International Center

Oct. 2, 2006
Green Behind the Scenes

Committed staff, institutional partnerships and innovative technologies are helping Tufts continue to be an environmental leader.
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Sept. 25, 2006
Start Me Up

By taking advantage of resources across the university, budding entrepreneurs are learning how to write their own success stories.
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Feinstein International Center

Sept. 18, 2006
Making Its Mark

Tufts’ Feinstein International Center is poised to broaden its impact on humanitarian work around the world.
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Portraits of Change

Sept. 11, 2006
Portraits of Change

Many students are coming to Tufts with clear pictures of the difference they want to make in the world.
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Summer Scholars

Sept. 4, 2006
Expanding Their Horizons

This summer was action-packed for Tufts students who undertook a variety of projects across the world and in their own backyards.
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Aug. 28, 2006
A New Path

With ambitions and luggage in tow, the class of 2010 is making its way to Tufts' Medford/Somerville campus.
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Matan Chorev

Aug. 14, 2006
Taking the Initiative

Equal parts dialogue and action, Tufts' New Initiative for Middle East Peace is creating an avenue for students to study Middle East affairs in depth.
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Bill idell

July 31, 2006
You Can Lead a Kid To Miso...

After 18 years as a professional chef, Bill Idell, N02, is facing his most finicky customers, by far.
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Joan mecsas and Ralph Isberg

July 17, 2006
Mysterious Business

For Tufts' Ralph Isberg and Joan Mecsas, getting a close look at bacteria that are linked to infections like Legionnaire's disease—and even the bubonic plague—is all in a day's work.
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Dr. Klemens Meyer

July 3, 2006
Hands On

Tufts-New England Medical Center concentrates on providing a kinder, gentler form of dialysis.
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Dr. Amy Trow

June 19, 2006
In Good Hands

The Foster Hospital for Small Animals stands at the forefront of battling infection and bringing other advances in the ICU.
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June 5, 2006
At Your Service

Through Tufts' Leonard Carmichael Society – the largest student-run organization on campus – students are giving back to communities in need.
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Commencement 2006

May 21, 2006
'Be active. Be involved. Be heard.'

In his commencement address, cancer survivor and seven-time Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong urged members of the Class of 2006 to be active citizens.
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Jonathan M. Tisch

May 12, 2006
A Sign of the Times

Through the generosity of graduate Jonathan M. Tisch, Tufts strengthens its commitment to active citizenship.
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Your Favorite Tufts Moment

May 8, 2006
Your Favorite Tufts Moment

With the school year winding down, students take the time to share images of the moments that, for them, represent the Tufts experience.
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Nutrition and HIV

May 1, 2006
'It's All Breaking New Ground'

As the directors of Tufts' Nutrition/Infection Unit, Drs. Christine Wanke, MD, and Sherwood Gorbach, MD, explore the link between nutrition and HIV/AIDS.
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Apr. 24, 2006
American Prometheus

Tufts Professor Martin J. Sherwin's Pulitzer Prize-winning biography of J. Robert Oppenheimer contains lessons that resonate today.
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Marathon 2006

Apr. 17, 2006
Born To Run

For the fourth straight year, Tufts fielded a crop of hardy marathoners to tackle Boston's famed 26.2-mile course, and all for a worthy cause.
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Eric johnson

Apr. 10, 2006
Running Down A Dream

Two of Eric Johnson's biggest thrills are completing a marathon and meeting a fundraising challenge. At Tufts, he does both skillfully.
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Apr. 3, 2006
Lights, Camera and Taking Action

With a fast-growing Communications and Media Studies program, Tufts is teaching its students to create media with meaning.
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David Gute

Mar. 27, 2006
'Going Upstream to the Problem'

By blending epidemiology and engineering, Tufts' David Gute is working to solve public health problems at home and around the world.
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Mar. 20, 2006
Real Intelligent Design

Assistive technology empowers people to lead fuller lives, and students at the Boston School of Occupational Therapy at Tufts are contributing unique ideas to the field.
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Mar. 13, 2006
Cultural Context

With the creation of a Latino studies minor and a continuing commitment to community outreach, students and faculty at Tufts shine new light on Latino life, culture and history.
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Mar. 6, 2006
A Host Of Good Ideas

With their groundbreaking research on pathogen-host relationships, Tufts’ John Coffin and Carol Kumamoto have shed new light on the ways retroviruses and fungal infections evolve and operate.
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Feb. 27, 2006
Making A Splash

In less than two years, Tufts' interdisciplinary Water: Systems, Science and Society program has made strides in addressing global water crises.
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Feb. 20, 2006
Breaking the Cycle

One in three women will be abused in her lifetime, and dentists are in a position to save lives.


Feb. 6, 2006
Picking Up The Pieces

More than 100 Tufts students and alumni spent a week helping Mississippians rebuild their lives after Hurricane Katrina.

kent portney and sam sommers

Jan. 30, 2006
Acting As Judge And Jury

Tufts' Sam Sommers and Kent Portney share a devotion to innovative research and teaching about the roles race and gender play in the criminal justice system.


Jan. 23, 2006
Out in the World

There are more homeless women and children in our country now than at any time since the Great Depression, and Tufts graduate Dr. Ellen Bassuk is trying to do something about it.

How to grow a farmer

Jan. 16, 2006
How to Grow a Farmer

Hugh Joseph is raising the next generation of Massachusetts farmers. They just happen to have roots in Africa, Asia and Latin America.

Aury Wallington

Jan. 9, 2006
A Pen and a Dream

For Tufts graduate and writer Aury Wallington, writing is all a matter of paying attention.

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