Writing right with the fellows

The Writing Fellows Program will be celebrating its 20th anniversary this coming fall. Not all students will work with a writing fellow throughout their four years at Tufts, but in the last two decades, generations of fellows have been providing writing support to those who have come their way. The program was established in 1999 […]

Op-Ed: Take care, everyone

Content warning: This article discusses mental health. Let’s just acknowledge it: College can be a very stressful time of life.  Academic work requires time and attention; friendships and relationships need to be cultivated and maintained; summer jobs or internships require planning; and maintaining contact with family and friends from home is no small task.  As if […]

Editorial: Invest in your academic success

The transition to college academics is an adjustment. Class material is more focused; learning concepts might involve turning to a textbook for the first time in your life; and professors can seem like a far-removed entity whose schedules permit few office hours. Do not panic if your fine-tuned study habits from high school fall short. Tufts offers […]

Through art, SMFA, Student Accessibility Services asks students to show what disability means to them

October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month, which recognizes the role of disability in workforce diversity in the United States. In past years, Tufts Student Accessibility Services (SAS) has organized programming around this national campaign, such as inviting speakers to campus and hosting movie screenings to raise awareness about disability on campus, according to Lindsay Costa, […]