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Work begins on simulation clinics for medical and veterinary students, and continues on a new academic center slated to open in 2022
Tufts couples, a justice of the peace, and a caterer reflect on a year that upended celebrations but could not quelch their joy
In a new memoir, Rounder Records co-founder Bill Nowlin describes how the company with Tufts roots become a cultural force for American music
From Don Draper’s chic Park Avenue apartment to a modest house with macrame plant hangers, the sets Tufts graduate Christopher L. Brown designs speak volumes about the characters who inhabit them.
Fighting threats like climate change and pollution, Tufts alumna Katie Matthews helps sustain marine ecosystems and the life they support, including our own.
Amma Agyei, E22, will be the first Black female president of the Tufts Community Union Senate.
Neuroscientist Noell Cho, who grew up on the small island of Guam in the western Pacific, helps students from all backgrounds feel at home in science.
Headgear for health care workers didn’t cover everyone’s needs. Joke Alesh, A11, D15, MG16 (MPH) decided to change that.
Maria Fong, BFA21, discusses the impact that art has had on her experience as a Tufts student, and what the Asian American Center has meant to her and her peers who came together to create the Mural Project there.
Arriving as an international student four years ago, Boris Sorkin, A21, quickly adjusted to life at Tufts, excelling in the classroom and on the tennis court.
Whether aiding refugees or encouraging his classmates during the pandemic, Modar Bilind Al-Roomi, DI21, is quick to reach out.
Promoting wellbeing of ‘communities and families’ makes the nation safer, says Pritesh Gandhi, the triple Jumbo who is chief medical officer for DHS.
Whether you’re a veteran vegetable gardener or a serial house plant killer trying to change your ways, plant coach Nick Cutsumpas, A14, has a simple piece of advice: Listen.