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From colonial times to today, the demonization of outsiders has existed alongside the idea of the U.S. as a nation built by immigrants
Bookish: Sulmaan Khan, Fletcher School professor of international history and author of "Haunted by Chaos," unsurprisingly is an eclectic reader
Fifty years ago, Janice Lourie started a revolution in textile manufacturing with IBM’s first software patent, and now as an artist continues to transcend boundaries
Sean Harrington, A14, managed the software team for the Patriots, and now he’s got a startup focused on nutrition for top athletes.
India Napier, V20, channeled her passion for diversity and inclusion into a STEM program for under-privileged elementary students.
Daniel Caron, A20, discovers how some insects sense and respond to pain, and may have created a new model for scientists.
Tragedy threatened to derail Lisha Shakya-Lee’s dream of becoming a dentist—until her community at Tufts stepped up.
Chasing down a childhood ambition, David Gelfand, E21, trains for the Paralympics with the U.S. national team.
World-renowned philosopher Daniel C. Dennett argues that our inner worlds and religious ideas can all be explained as evolutionary functions of the brain.
Emal Lesha, a recent graduate from the Tufts School of Medicine, talks about his path from Albania to matching to a residency in neurosurgery.
Christine Jost, a Cummings School and Fletcher School alum, works to get U.S. aid where it’s needed to fight COVID-19, locusts, and other emergencies across the globe.
Veterinary assistant Kate Jolly—a Tufts at Tech alum—is the glue holding clinicians, owners, and students together in the Foster Hospital ER.
Fletcher School alum Reeta Roy, CEO of Mastercard Foundation, defied critics and steered its $33 billion to help Africans solve the continent’s challenges.