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appreciation

Dec. 24, 2007
Here's To You!

On the cusp of a new year, members of the Tufts community share their thoughts on those who deserve appreciation.
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cabaret

Dec. 10, 2007
Life is a 'Cabaret'

With this snapshot of life behind the curtain, get a sneak peek at how a student musical like "Cabaret" comes together.
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community_nutrition

Dec. 3, 2007
Time For a Change

Friedman School alumni and students are working in the community to help people eat well and be active.
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disparities

Nov. 26, 2007
Closing the Gap

Two Tufts students are bringing academia and the community together in the battle against disparities in health care.
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vilenkin

Nov. 12, 2007
Across the Universe

For Tufts cosmologist Alexander Vilenkin, the toughest questions are his favorite ones to try and answer.
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roadtrip

Nov. 5, 2007
Road to Somewhere

Three Tufts graduates took off across the nation to interview inspiring figures in an experience captured by the PBS series "Roadtrip Nation."
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kuperwasser

Oct. 29, 2007
Collaborating for the Cure

Charlotte Kuperwasser is working with researchers across Tufts to gain insight into breast cancer development and metastasis.

pain

Oct. 22, 2007
What Are We Missing?

Tufts experts discuss the climate change questions we're not asking (but should be).

pain

Oct. 15, 2007
Helping Patients Cope

At Tufts' dental, medical and veterinary schools, pain management is a top priority.

rubin

Oct. 8, 2007
The Education of Mike Rubin

The principal of East Boston High School and graduate of Tufts has come far but stayed close to his roots.
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sudan

Oct. 1, 2007
A New View

Working for the United Nations Mission in Sudan this summer gave two Fletcher School students a unique view into an international peacekeeping operation and a new outlook on the Darfur conflict.
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louisiana

Sept. 24, 2007
Silver Lining

As the child care industry in New Orleans recovers from Hurricane Katrina, students and faculty at Tufts are committed to helping and learning along the way.
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TEACRS

Sept. 17, 2007
Classy Moves

Through Tufts' TEACRS program, postdoctoral trainees are gaining experience at both the bench and the blackboard, all while giving minority undergraduates an edge.
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zebrafish

Sept. 10, 2007
A Fish Story

A biologically elegant minnow is helping researchers decipher how we can grow our own replacement teeth.
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summer2007

Sept. 3, 2007
Hot Topics

While the weather may have been warm, many Tufts students spent their summers engaged in cool research and service projects around the corner and around the world.
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matriculation2007

August 27, 2007
Matriculation 2007

More than 1,300 students are coming to Tufts' Medford/Somerville campus as members of the class of 2011.
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talloires

August 13, 2007
Bienvenue Talloires

The Tufts in Talloires program allows students to explore a foreign culture -- and themselves.
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brundage

July 30, 2007
The Herdsman

For Tufts' Scott Brundage, farming is a way of life.
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haiti

July 16, 2007
Building Good Will

Tufts' Engineers Without Borders club is enabling communities around the world to evolve through sustainable technology.
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haiti

July 2, 2007
A Mission to Help

When Tufts dental student Marjorie Brisard travels to her native Haiti this summer with a team of classmates and faculty members, it will be one step toward fulfilling a life's goal.
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pruitt

June 18, 2007
Deep Heat

After some 50 years, Basil Pruitt rules the field of burn surgery through his vision, grit and leadership.
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bees

June 4, 2007
Bee Season

Tufts biology Professor Philip Starks and his graduate student researchers are uncovering the secret lives of honeybees and paper wasps.
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commencement2007

May 21, 2007
Commencement 2007

More than 2,400 students from Tufts' undergraduate, graduate and professional schools were honored at the University's 151st Commencement.
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awards2007

May 14, 2007
Honoring Excellence

Students from Tufts' three campuses earned a variety of highly prestigious fellowships and scholarships this spring.

moments

May 7, 2007
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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napier

Apr. 30, 2007
Don't Call Them Cartoons

For Tufts professor Susan Napier, the Japanese art forms of anime and manga are important cultural vehicles that address themes relevant to today's complex world.
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women_engineering

Apr. 23, 2007
Leading by Example

At Tufts School of Engineering, support for female faculty members and students starts at the top.
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marathon2007

Apr. 16, 2007
Step By Step

The members of the Tufts President's Marathon Challenge team not only train and race together, but find a unique support system among one another.
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murrow2007

Apr. 9, 2007
Dispatches from the Front

Reporting from a war zone, as several Tufts graduates and experts attest, is risky business in more ways than one.
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student-athletes

Apr. 2, 2007
Having a Field Day

For Tufts' student-athletes, balancing impressive feats on the field with similarly notable work in the classroom and community is all in a day's work.
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labeling

Mar. 26, 2007
Facts and Our Figures

Interpreting nutrition facts and health claims on food packages, experts say, can be a complicated task for consumers.
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paws

Mar. 19, 2007
Small Daily Differences

Paws for People is one of many initiatives at the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts that is focused on making an impact in the community.
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albright

Mar. 8, 2007
'The Promise of Peace'

In the 2007 Issam M. Fares Lecture, former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright says that diplomacy depends on learning from history and valuing open dialogue.
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sharewood

Mar. 5, 2007
Care On Call

At the Tufts-run Sharewood Clinic, Tufts medical students are not only helping disadvantaged members of the community, but getting a head start at being a physician.
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dual

Feb. 26, 2007
Double Duty

Tufts graduate students have an opportunity to explore nutrition from multiple angles through a variety of dual degree programs.
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UEP

Feb. 19, 2007
What is a Community?

Drawing from their areas of expertise, three professors at Tufts' Department of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning address this question.
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granoff

Feb. 5, 2007
Opening with a Bang

The Perry and Marty Granoff Music Center is a state-of-the-art facility that affirms Tufts' commitment to the arts, both on campus and in the community.
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technology

Jan. 29, 2007
Innovation 101

As new technologies make their way into the classroom, students and teachers at Tufts are discovering different ways of learning.
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tasters

Jan. 22, 2007
The Super Tasters

A simple test may offer genetic clues about why some of us stay thin while others pack on the pounds.
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donroe

Jan. 15, 2007
Deliverance

Getting orphans and children living on the streets in Lima, Peru, to kick a soccer ball around was just the start.
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dental_students

Jan. 8, 2007
A Reason To Smile

With the support of faculty and staff, students at the Tufts School of Dental Medicine are making the community their clinic.
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