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  • Scott Brown at Tufts

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

  • Tufts alumnus Zach Baker, A05, a longtime health policy advocate and recently elected city councilor, traces his desire to address pressing community issues back to the halls of Tisch College.

  • 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.

  • women in Congress in January 2013

    A new study co-authored by CIRCLE shows that unconscious bias could discourage girls from seeking leadership positions later in life

  • 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.

  • students helping others register to vote

    CIRCLE Director Peter Levine talks about the potential for youth engagement in the traditionally low-turnout midterm elections.

  • 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.

  • Elizabeth Warren at Tufts

    Sen. Elizabeth Warren launched the Tisch College Distinguished Speaker Series, telling a Tufts audience that the only way to ensure a better future is to be active—and vote.

  • Peter Levine

    Increasing civic participation in America is possible, but it will take very intentional efforts, says CIRCLE Director Peter Levine.

  • Tufts alumnus Jonathan Greenblatt, A92, now a Special Assistant to the President, talks about his time at Tufts and his work at the White House.

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