• Mateo Galeano, Studying
    Campus Life
    Becoming Mateo

    Mateo Galeano, E18, got more than an engineering education at Tufts — he also made peace with who he is.

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    World View
    We’re Heading Toward a Cyber Pearl Harbor

    But there's still time to defend against the extraordinary cyber threat facing the U.S.  

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    World View
    Hacking Democracy

    The use of cyber operations to upset elections and unsettle societies is quickly becoming a global crisis. Adam Segal, F93, director of the Digital and Cyberspace Policy Program at the Council on Foreign Relations and author of The Hacked World Order discusses what to expect in the years to come.

     

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    Science and Technology
    Why Privacy is Essential to Security

    Susan Landau, Bridge Professor in Cybersecurity at the Fletcher School and the Tufts School of Engineering, on how maintaining privacy can also help maintain security. Plus, easy tips for protecting your devices.

  • Georgia Tuttle
    Newsmakers
    Dr. Mayor

    Meet Georgia Tuttle, M80, a leading dermatologist and, until recently, the elected leader of a small New Hampshire city.

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    Science and Technology
    Tech Workers in the Wild

    Tufts anthropology professor Nick Seaver explores the hidden world of the people behind music recommender systems.

  • Ropes, Rocks, and Avalanches
    Campus Life
    Always Ahead of Its Time

    For more than half a century now, the Ex College has been challenging convention, setting trends, and preparing students for the world of tomorrow.

  • David Grann
    Ideas
    The Storyteller

    In the years since he graduated from the Fletcher School, David Grann has become one of the world’s most revered writers. His magazine articles are lauded for their technique and depth of reporting, while his books set off frantic bidding wars for their movie rights. Meanwhile, his latest work, Killers of the Flower Moon, was named a finalist this year for the prestigious National Book Award. Amid all the frenzy, we managed to grab a few minutes of Grann’s time to discuss writing, life, and the elusiveness of history.

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