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In Tufts Magazine

  • First Person

    Companies fail when they design products without considering the human beings who will use them

  • Politics of Experience

    Lessons learned from studying the struggle for social justice

  • Faking News

    Only by understanding the long and disturbing history of “alternative facts” can we diminish their disruptive power.

  • Periods and Question Marks

    At least half a billion women worldwide lack the basic resources to manage their menstrual health. Cristina Stadler Ljungberg, J94, decided to do something about that.

  • Tufts’ Lost Heritage

    Beneath the university’s deepest principles lies a forgotten faith.

Tufts Now

  • Recommended Summer Reading

    Members of the Tufts community share their favorites in fiction, nonfiction and poetry

  • Faking the News

    Only by understanding the long and disturbing history of “alternative facts” can we diminish their disruptive power

  • The Fidget Fad

    The spinning toys are getting banned in schools, but are they in fact useful?

  • The Urgency of Civic Engagement

    Congressman Joe Kennedy III says the administration’s credibility gap is growing, and urged everyone to engage in the political process

  • Hardball from the Left

    Anti-Trump guide co-created by Fletcher alum rips pages from the Tea Party playbook

  • A Healthy Dose of Facts

    Fletcher School faculty launch a website devoted to offering concise—and objective—analyses of timely economic issues