The Examined Life
In Tufts Magazine
Jeffrey Glassberg, A69, helped usher in the age of CSI-style criminal investigation by inventing genetic fingerprinting. Then he set out to save the butterfly, and with it the world.
Meet the real estate magnate who’s betting he can get you off your private screens and back into a movie theater.
Meet Georgia Tuttle, M80, a leading dermatologist and, until recently, the elected leader of a small New Hampshire city.
“Last year I returned to Naples, the city that inspired my love of art more than fifty years ago when I spent a semester there as part of the Tufts in Italy program. Here are a few excerpts from a travel journal I kept during my most recent trip.”
During a boom in African-American enrollment at Tufts in the 1970s, this group of friends found a lifelong support system.