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  • Martin Frost and Tom Davis at Tufts

    Two former congressmen spoke about what ails Washington as part of the Tisch College Distinguished Speaker series.

  • George Stephanopoulos at Tufts University

    At the annual Murrow Forum, co-sponsored by Tisch College, ABC anchor George Stephanopoulos laments the growth of partisan media and urges more critical consumption of news.

  • Scott Brown at Tufts

    Former U.S. Senator Scott Brown, A81, spoke as a Tisch College Distinguished Speaker about the power of political involvement.

  • Fletcher School Dean James Stavridis

    As part of the Tisch College Distinguished Speaker Series, Admiral James Stavridis shared his thoughts on leadership and on current crises around the world.

  • Mayor Marty Walsh at Tufts

    At a Tisch College Distinguished Speaker Series event, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh says he hopes to attract a growing and diverse middle class to the city.

  • Tufts alumnus Matt Bai

    Political journalist Matt Bai, a member of the Tisch College Board of Advisors, spoke at Tufts about the scandal-obsessed nature of the modern political media.

  • Tisch College Dean Alan Solomont with Kathleen Sebelius

    On October 28, the former Secretary of Health and Human Services visited Tufts as part of the Tisch College Distinguished Speaker Series.

  • Kathleen Sebelius with Tufts students

    Hosted on campus by Tisch College, former secretary of health and human services Kathleen Sebelius talks about the Affordable Care Act, the political life and Ebola.

  • Senator Elizabeth Warren and Tisch College Dean Alan Solomont

    Senator Warren spoke about her personal and political journey, and encouraged students to get involved in public life.

  • Author Wes Moore

    The Other Wes Moore: One Name, Two Fates, was the undergraduate common book for the Tufts class of 2018. On September 8, Moore shared his message with the Tufts community.

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