The Boston-based visual artist’s large-scale and immersive projects reflect themes such as global migration and national identity
Tufts University task force recommends implementation of a broad, strategic suite of mental health and wellness services at the university.
A convicted felon shares his story of earning a Ph.D., becoming a professor, and advocating for reforms that support successful re-entry.
What is an artist-book, and how far can it push convention? An exhibition at Tufts proves form is limited only by the imagination.
Sculptor Pablo Eduardo commemorates the Boston Marathon bombing victims in brass, stone, and light.
Joyce Cummings Center will meet academic priorities as it also leverages a new public transit station, just a footbridge away.
With Homecoming Weekend festivities and a semester-long exhibit, the university’s Africana Center commemorates fifty years of serving students of African descent.
The new undergraduates and transfers set records and are “ready for the challenge” of Tufts, said President Anthony Monaco.
Tufts University Art Galleries' retrospective of late faculty member Julie S. Graham's work is highlighted in this piece from WBUR.
Alumna Daniela Rivera, MFA '06, has been named the recipient of the 2019 Rappaport Prize from the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum.
An admissions professional with wide experience, he comes to Tufts from Swarthmore
Students from underrepresented backgrounds doing research with Tufts faculty this summer talk about their experiences.