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Following a season in which she led the Tufts women’s tennis team to the NCAA Final Four, Kate Bayard has been named the Wilson/Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) National Coach of the Year for Division III.Read More
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The Pet Loss Support Hotline at Cummings School continues to provide a sympathetic ear to pet owners in need of emotional support
Tufts Distinguished Achievement Award winner Bill Abrams reflects on 16 years at the helm of the international nonprofit Trickle Up
3 questions with poet, professor, and podcast host Joanne Diaz, J94, about the pleasures of verse
In a new memoir, Rounder Records co-founder Bill Nowlin describes how the company with Tufts roots become a cultural force for American music.
When Lise Deguire, J85, was 4 years old, she almost died in a fire that left her with third-degree burns over most of her body. In her award-winning memoir, she shares her experiences to help others.
In a new book, Tufts graduate Dan Barbarisi describes the chase to unearth a chest of gold, silver, and gems hidden by an eccentric millionaire.
Promoting wellbeing of ‘communities and families’ makes the nation safer, says Pritesh Gandhi, the triple Jumbo who is chief medical officer for DHS.
Christopher Wiley, a researcher on the Basic Biology of Aging Team at the Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts, is testing senolytics to counter senescent cells that promote afflictions like arthritis and Parkinson's disease.
María Belén Power, AG20, advocates for justice-centered change from Chelsea, Massachusetts to the White House Environmental Justice Advisory Council.
Irene Lang, D21, confronts language barriers in the community and the clinic.
Dean Alan Solomont, former U.S. Ambassador to Spain, shares his experience representing American interests abroad and offers advice for new ambassadors under President Biden.
Yonatan Brafman, who is joining Tufts as an assistant professor of religion, tackles life’s big questions through the examination of Jewish law and ethics.
Roger Gu, E20, won the B final in the 50-meter freestyle on June 7 with a time of 22.68 seconds. He is the first Jumbo ever to swim an Olympic trials.