Terry McAuliffe’s recipe for political success: start young, love your job, and get in people’s—and occasionally alligators’—faces.Read More About McAuliffe's Work
The Vision Festival at Tufts: Art and Social Justice in America brings the best in free jazz and more to campus on October 27.Read More About the Festival
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Nov. 28 event is part of Tisch College Distinguished Speaker Series
Liz Walker tells a Tufts audience about a community effort to help those suffering from the effects of trauma
Policy interventions to make SNAP healthier in the next Farm Bill could save from $6.8 to $41.9 billion and reduce disease burdens
Associate Professor Tom Vandervelde is investigating new methods for eliminating inefficiencies in electricity production.
Natalie Bettez wins the all-divisions New England Championship 5K race and Boris Sorkin heads to the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Cup.
Busse conducted research as an undergraduate student in a discovery with implications for understanding regeneration, wound repair, and diagnostic strategies. Biologists discovered that amputation injury is communicated to opposing limbs. Busse, the study’s first author, graduated with a degree in biology from Tufts in May 2018.
Senior tri-captain Frank Hattler of the Tufts University men's lacrosse team was announced as a member of the 2017-18 Google Cloud Academic All-America® Division III At-Large Teams on Tuesday. A Computer Science and Economics major, Hattler was the recipient of Tufts' Lewis F. Manly Memorial Prize for academic and athletic excellence this year.