Professor of the Practice Kurt Ralske shares his thoughts on the necessity of exploring new tools.
With the most compositionally diverse applicant pool ever, Tufts is the first-choice school for a growing number of students
The bronze statues will honor workers past and present and their aspirations in Boston
An exhibition focused on Cy Twombly, who studied at SMFA, and his fascination with antiquity is on view at the MFA, Boston.
TUAG's "Art for the Future" traveling exhibition is one of Hyperallergic's top 50 exhibitions of 2022.
Tufts photographers share their favorite images from the university’s campuses and beyond
Master of the silhouette and Tufts graduate Randal Thurston pays homage to nature and the natural history surrounding the Charles River with his art work at the Lechmere Station in Cambridge, Massachusetts
SMFA graduate Nancy Selvage celebrates “Commuter Bees,” nature, and motion in two pieces for Medford/Tufts station
The opening of the long-anticipated MBTA extension project is celebrated with a crush of riders and many accolades
With the newly extended Green Line, Tufts students can hop a train to (almost) anywhere in the city and beyond. Welcome to your very own Boston T party
As the first train opens its doors at the new Medford/Tufts station, Tufts marks a historic moment for the university and public transportation in Boston
How do I get a ticket? Can I bring my bike? Is the system accessible?