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Jumbos Rising
Jumbos Rising

How Tufts became a sports powerhouse.

  • Jeffrey Glassberg
    Science and Technology
    The Butterfly Effect

    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.

  • Illustration
    Science and Technology
    Tech Workers in the Wild

    Tufts anthropology professor Nick Seaver explores the hidden world of the people behind music recommender systems.

  • Naples
    Arts and Culture
    Ciao Italia

    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.

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Features -

  • Jumbos Rising

    How Tufts became a sports powerhouse.
  • The Butterfly Effect

    How Jeffrey Glassberg, A69, the inventor of genetic fingerprinting, set out to save the butterfly, and with it the world.
  • Regale Us

    We asked nine Tufts professors to tell us the personal stories behind their elaborate Commencement fashions.
  • Reel Genius

    Meet the real estate magnate who’s betting he can get you off your private screens and back into a movie theater.
Jeffery Glassberg

Tufts Now - Jumbos on the Move

  • Summers on Stage

    The Magic Circle Theater at Tufts puts kids in the spotlight.
  • Tech Workers in the Wild

    Tufts anthropologist Nick Seaver explores the culture behind music recommender systems.
  • Document and Protect

    A new free app designed by a Fletcher grad keeps activists safe.
  • Brainstorms without Borders

    The SMFA and the School of Engineering are teaming up to help students find design solutions in unexpected places.

Quick Reads

  • Snack Well

    Can incentives entice kids to make better food choices with their own pocket change?
  • Who’s Listening In?

    In a new book, Tufts cybersecurity expert Susan Landau says it’s more important than ever to protect our data and communications.
  • Founders and Frenemies

    A new book by Pulitzer Prize–winning historian Gordon Wood, A55, chronicles the intertwined lives and politics of John Adams and Thomas Jefferson.
Illustration

Connect - Keeping Up with the Tufts Community

  • Always Ahead of Its Time

    For more than half a century now, the Ex College has been challenging convention, setting trends, and preparing students for the world of tomorrow.
  • Ciao Italia

    Last year I returned to Naples, the city that inspired my love of art more than fifty years ago.
  • Have Idea, Will Travel

    Engineering alum creates first-ever fund connecting student entrepreneurs with alumni and investors in New York and California.
  • Fellowships Honor Families and Faculty

    Physicians Ashvin Patel, A84, M88, and Mary Frates found the perfect opportunity to honor those who inspired their careers through establishing student research fellowships at the School of Medicine.
  • Dr. Mayor

    Meet Georgia Tuttle, M80, a leading dermatologist and, until recently, the elected leader of a small New Hampshire city.

Quick Reads

Naples