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New CoHo construction set to start on Winthrop and Capen 

Tufts announced in June that it would begin construction on two new housing properties for upperclassmen on 50 Winthrop St. and 2–4 Capen St. in Medford. In a virtual meeting with the Medford community that month, Tufts also revealed plans to demolish the buildings currently in those lots. The project is set to start construction […]

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First-years housed at The Court live in the shadow of The Mods

One hundred members of the Class of 2026 moved into their new dorms at The Court at Professors Row last week. Located on the Vouté Tennis Courts that formerly housed the modular COVID-19 isolation units known as The Mods, The Court is a complex of three buildings that will house 150 first-years and nine resident […]

René LaPointe Jameson wins 2022 Wendell Phillips Award

René LaPointe Jameson has received the 2022 Wendell Phillips Award and will deliver the Wendell Phillips Address at the Baccalaureate Ceremony during commencement weekend. The Committee on Student Life selected LaPointe Jameson, a senior, for the award after a months-long nomination and audition process. The Wendell Phillips Award was established in 1896 as an opportunity […]

Senior Biden climate advisor talks global energy policy and environmental justice

Dan Kammen, senior advisor to the Biden administration on energy, climate and innovation, spoke about the evolution of international climate policy at an event sponsored by the International Relations Program on Wednesday. Titled “Energy Innovation, Climate Change and Environmental Justice,” the event was sponsored by the International Relations Program, the Department of Political Science and […]

Ayanna Pressley addresses challenges to democracy, Russian violence, SCOTUS at Speaker Series event

Rep. Ayanna Pressley of Massachusetts’ Seventh Congressional District spoke to the Tufts community about the path to building a multiracial democracy on Feb. 24 as part of Tisch College’s Solomont Speaker Series. It was the second time in recent years that Pressley has been featured in a Tisch College event, with the first coming just […]

Tisch event on Puerto Rican politics is first speaker series event conducted entirely in Spanish

The Jonathan M. Tisch College of Civic Life virtually hosted its first-ever speaker series event conducted entirely in Spanish on Oct. 13 during Hispanic Heritage Month. The event, titled “The Oldest Colony in the World: Perspectives on Puerto Rico’s Political Future,” featured international human rights lawyer Annette Martínez-Orabona (F’08) and Ed Morales, journalist and lecturer […]