There needs to be a conservative alternative to Trump, says presidential candidate and former Massachusetts governor Bill Weld in a Tufts podcast
Tufts research could help inform future strategies to shift consumer behavior
When the children’s show includes a character whose mom is in recovery for addiction, it fosters belonging, tolerance, and empathy, says Tufts professor
Journalist and bank executive share alumnae award; Ambassador Samantha Power headlines gender conference
How—and why—Tufts is training a new generation of computer scientists to think beyond the operating system.
How collaboration at Tufts University is advancing research and helping patients.
How a tumultuous two years at the State Department is undermining America’s role as a world leader
A Tufts environmental epidemiologist explains why this is such a challenging task for scientists—and how research can make a difference.
A world-renowned expert in the field of catalysis, she invested in her students to help them succeed
The renowned School of the Museum of Fine Arts officially became part of Tufts in 2016—and has been helping the university paint outside the lines ever since.
From smartphones to bank accounts, energy grids to elections, every part of our digital lives is under attack. In a series of stories, faculty and alumni from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy outline the perils we’re facing—and what we need to do next
Beth Horning is an editor-at-large for Tufts magazines. Previously, she was an associate editor at MIT Technology Review.
Jay Newton-Small, J98
A powder that turns leftover drugs into a harmless gel is helping fight addiction and protect drinking water.
Alex Schmider, A13
The paper of record bids farewell to a headline-grabbing Cold War ambassador—eight years late.
Only by understanding the long and disturbing history of “alternative facts” can we diminish their disruptive power.