- CIRCLE researchers rank the U.S. Senate, U.S. House, and gubernatorial races where the youth vote could swing the midterm results.
- 20 Tufts student-athletes participated in a clean-up of the Malden River around the Shoemaker Boathouse alongside volunteers from the Friends of the Malden River and the local community.
- An award-winning author focusing on immigration, Lee, J91, is among six honorary degree recipients, part of a commencement week that includes a celebration for Class of 2020 graduates.
- Buddhist Chaplain Ji Hyang Padma, liaison to the Generous Listening and Dialogue Center (GLADC), reflects on the Center's mission and the Tufts community.
- Diane Ryan, who spent 29 years on active duty, talks about four leaders who have inspired her (and not one is a general).
- With a rise in applications, students admitted to Tufts for the fall are diverse and eager to make the world a better place.
- Storytelling Links Community Research and Localized Action: Student Discussion with the Tisch College Community Research CenterEvery day we listen and create stories that give meaning to what we are experiencing. Storytelling and related meaning-making are embedded in our daily lives. How can it contribute to community research and even activism?
- The mayors of three Greater Boston cities, all women, talk about breaking preconceptions, and what’s at the top of their to-do lists.
- How school boards have become a nexus of the culture wars.