With a rise in applications, students admitted to Tufts for the fall are diverse and eager to make the world a better place
Alumna Helina Metaferia's work links personal histories of Black womanhood with larger legacies of social justice.
Tufts Art Galleries holds its first Art Datathon to examine how gender, race, and artistic mediums are represented in the university’s collection
The Tufts Campus Sustainability Council is meeting monthly in 2021 and 2022 to create an overarching sustainability vision and goals for the university.
In “Offshoot Collaborations” at Gallery Kayafas, SMFA faculty members and mother and daughter Mags Harries and Thrya Heder collaborated on new work for this exhibition featuring two parent-child pairs.
In the early 1980s, artists across the country united to confront U.S. intervention in Central America in a movement documented by a new exhibition at Tufts
Vernon Miller will draw upon experience in student affairs at Cornell University and tribal affairs as a leader of the Omaha Tribe
Grant amounts are doubled this year, thanks to a Cummings Foundation matching gift
An exhibition at Tufts pays tribute to eight remarkable people as it frames a need for structural change, say organizers
The teacher, historian, curator, and artist looks to a new chapter for the storied art school
Alum JooLee Kang is one of eight contemporary Korean women artists highlighted by Art She Says.
The increase comes in virtually every demographic group, creating the largest and most diverse applicant pool ever