An interactive map project that highlights African American historical sites brings together decades of research.Read the Full Story
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Young people are the largest voting bloc, and it’s time for them to get involved in politics, Donna Brazile tells a Tufts audience
Trump’s second meeting with Kim Jong-Un just gives North Korea more time to perfect its nuclear bombs, argues Fletcher’s Sung-Yoon Lee
Tufts Student Health Service staff develop protocol to help other colleges provide HIV prevention with daily medication
Boris Sorkin, A21, wins ITA Cup DIII men’s tennis singles national championship.
SMFA alum and lecturer Ria Brodell’s new book tells the stories of twenty-eight “Butch Heroes.”
A new play by Tufts doctoral student Tara Brooke Watkins tells the story of the Tulsa Black Wall Street Massacre of 1921.
Jamie Maguire, a tenured associate professor of neuroscience at the Tufts University School of Medicine, has been appointed the first Kenneth and JoAnn G. Wellner Professor.