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In Tufts Magazine

  • Caught Looking

    Allyson Fournier graduated last year as the greatest softball pitcher in Tufts history. Then she was thrown a curveball: adjusting to life on the sidelines.

  • Playing in Black and White

    Remembering the 1916 Tufts football team.

  • Fair Play

    Mike Balaban, M75, and the fight to end discrimination against LGBT athletes.

  • The Numbers Game

    As advanced statistical analysis takes over baseball, Tufts-bred data crunchers are storming the big leagues.

Tufts Now

  • Hits on the Diamond

    As advanced statistical analysis takes over baseball, Tufts-bred data crunchers are storming the big leagues

  • Striking Out Cancer

    Pitcher Kevin Galasso beat Hodgkin’s lymphoma as a sophomore and now throws relief—with a 1.77 ERA—for the Jumbos

  • Victory Lap

    Branwen Smith-King, track coach and assistant director of Tufts Athletics, leaves the university after 35 years

  • Running with a Reason

    Tufts Marathon Team raises money to support nutrition, medical and fitness programs at Tufts

  • Returning as a Runner

    Jaymi Cohen, A16, who was injured as a spectator at the 2013 Boston Marathon, has now joined the race

  • Race to the Tops

    Masha Gordon, F98, summited the highest peaks of all seven continents and skied the last stretch to the North and South poles in record time