Tess van Kan, VG16, credits the school’s M.S. in Infectious Disease & Global Health program for giving her a leg up.Read the Full Story
When the children’s show includes a character whose mom is in recovery for addiction, it fosters belonging, tolerance, and empathy, says a Tufts professor.Read the Full Story
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The Japanese style of animation is distinguished by jerky motions and big eyes—and complex, sometimes ill-fated characters
Alleged spying for Saudi Arabia by employees of the firm and a WhatsApp lawsuit over a cyberattack highlight our increased vulnerability, Fletcher professor says
In his new book, former Fletcher dean James Stavridis reflects on the lives of ten admirals—and what they teach us about steering an ethical course
Javier Rincon, E19, whose parents are immigrants, came to Tufts as an undergraduate after serving almost a decade in the Marines.
A serious bike accident hasn't held back Henry, A05, who is a triple threat on the race course.
Rachel Kyte, a visionary leader on climate change, describes her hopes for the school.
John Casey, who won his 750th game this spring, is selected as American Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame inductee.
Walter Bentson, SMFA campus security officer, talks about his job and the people he meets.
An admissions professional with wide experience, he comes to Tufts from Swarthmore.
Michael Tutt, M88, employs traditional and western practices to heal his community.
Christopher Sedore brings extensive experience in higher education.