Alum Barbara Shapiro hit it big with her novel “The Art Forger,” and now she’s back with an art-obsessive tale from the 1920s
Boris Sorkin, A21, wins ITA Cup DIII men’s tennis singles national championship
Kingsley Moghalu, F92, is a first-time candidate for the top position in Africa’s most populous country
A Tufts alumna is helping lead a startup trying to encourage recent college grads to go into local government
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
How Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University has transformed the way we care for animals, humans, and the world we share.
Far beyond the doors of One Kneeland Street, Tufts alumni, faculty, and students have an impact across the globe.
Since 2010, Tufts has become a sports powerhouse. The Jumbos have won nine national championships, in men’s lacrosse, softball, men’s soccer, and field hockey, as well as nine individual titles, in swimming, tennis, and track.
How Tufts became a sports powerhouse.
Tufts’ Jessica Sparks researches the connections between fishing stock declines worldwide and forced labor on the open seas
Liz Walker tells a Tufts audience about a community effort to help those suffering from the effects of trauma
This year, Tufts University School of Medicine celebrates a century-and-a-quarter of medical excellence. To mark the anniversary, we highlight just some of the discoveries, pioneers, and innovations at the heart of our school.
Over a century and a half, the Tufts University School of Dental Medicine has helped the profession grow, conducted research that has opened new frontiers, and extended opportunities to generations of students. All the while, we’ve never lost our focus on clinical excellence and improving the lives of our patients.
Sol Gittleman is a columnist for Tufts Magazine and the Alice and Nathan Gantcher University Professor at Tufts. He is a former provost and has been a professor of German, Judaic studies, and biblical literature.
For more than half a century now, the Ex College has been challenging convention, setting trends, and preparing students for the world of tomorrow.
During the 1920s, Tufts stood nearly alone in opposing the eugenics movement.
How did Tufts go from a regional commuter school to the top of those college-ranking lists? For starters, it hired these three outstanding deans of admission.
How former Tufts President Jean Mayer made the Friedman School appear out of thin air.
The great department that almost wasn’t