Women’s lacrosse takes down Colby in close comeback score of 17–14

In their season opener at Bello Field, Tufts emerged victorious in a 17–14 comeback win against Colby.  The No. 3 Jumbos battled back after being down in the first half largely due to a five-goal rush that, ultimately, gave them the upper hand against the Mules. Leading the pack were junior midfielders Madeline Delaney and […]

Men’s and women’s indoor track and field teams shine bright at the Triangle Classic

In their last meet before the Division III New England Championships, both the men’s and women’s indoor track teams had a strong showing at the 2023 Springfield College Triangle Classic in Springfield, Mass. on Saturday. Following a strong indoor season thus far, the ’Bos traveled to Springfield to determine qualifiers for the upcoming Division IIIs […]

Department of Public Safety announces new threat communication and assessment plan

Executive Director of Public Safety Yolanda Smith wrote in an all-campus email Tuesday that only “credible” threats would trigger public safety alerts going forward, following a string of bomb threats that rocked campus in December and seemingly began anew earlier this week.  The announcement comes just a day after students shuffling back into their dorm […]

Friedman School awarded $6.6 million NIH grant for Mississippi-based nutrition research

The Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts received a $6.6 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to research community-based nutrition programs in the Mississippi Delta area. The project seeks to bolster local produce consumption and production. Christina Economos, dean ad interim of the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy, […]

Field hockey defeats Castleton, falls to Messiah over postseason weekend

After a 12–6 season, Tufts field hockey picked up an NCAA bid and moved quickly into the Division III National Tournament. The Jumbos opened up their postseason weekend, Nov. 9 at home on Ounijan Field and emerged victorious from the first round, winning 4–1 over Castleton University. The ’Bos then traveled to Rowan University in […]

SMFA Art Sale makes its post-pandemic return

Last weekend, the School of the Museum of Fine Arts hosted its first in-person Art Sale since the pandemic began. The annual sale, which serves as one of the primary fundraising campaigns for the SMFA, attracts visitors from the Tufts and SMFA communities and the greater Boston area.  Nate Harrison, dean ad interim of the […]

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Field hockey ramps up to 7–0 with away victory over Hamilton

Women’s field hockey continued its reign of domination with a 2–0 away victory over the Hamilton Continentals on Saturday, officially making them 7–0 for the season before dropping a 1–2 loss to Babson. Additionally, the Jumbos now lead the NESCAC at 5–0 in the conference season, outranking historically competitive teams like Trinity and Middlebury. While […]