In Tufts Magazine

  • Love Will Triumph

    Buoyed by faith and the kindness of others, Umuhire Ntabana built a new life after the Rwandan genocide. Now a third-year dental student at Tufts, she plans to care for people in underserved communities.

  • Good Sport

    Versatile athlete and alum Emily Beinecke is tackling a new challenge.

  • Writing the Wrong

    With his intense new play starring Kerry Washington, Fletcher alum Christopher Demos-Brown is bringing questions of race and justice to Broadway.


  • Leadership Insights from Juilliard’s Joseph Polisi

    Get into the weeds strategically, and other tips from Joseph Polisi, F70, outgoing president of the Juilliard School.

  • Remembering Catherine Wolf, J69

    A pioneer in human-computer interaction, Wolf helped lay the groundwork for the AI voice assistants of today.

Tufts Now

  • Tell Me More: How We Treat Immigrants

    Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Nicholas Kristof talks in a Tufts podcast about how we’ve long been wrong on immigration

  • Making Early Education a Priority

    In a panel discussion at Tufts University, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi talked about the urgent need to support childcare providers

  • Speaker Pelosi Visits Tufts’ Eliot-Pearson

    Nancy Pelosi, with Congresswomen Katherine Clark and Lori Trahan, made a special visit to see an innovative school in action

  • New Voices on Capitol Hill

    U.S. Representative Ayanna Pressley tells a Tufts audience about her efforts to bring previously excluded communities to the political table

  • The Politics of Division

    Jeff Flake, former Republican senator from Arizona, tells a Tufts audience that voters need to value politicians who govern on their principles

  • A New Political Playbook

    Young people are the largest voting bloc, and it’s time for them to get involved in politics, Donna Brazile tells a Tufts audience