Jumbos are ready to impress in 2018

After a rebuilding season in 2016 and a year of promising improvement in 2017, 2018 looks to be a breakout season for Tufts women’s soccer. Last season, the Jumbos reached the NESCAC final for the first time in over 10 years before falling to Virginia Wesleyan University in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. […]

Timothy Edgar remembered as dedicated public health professor

Timothy Edgar, professor of public health communication at Tufts University’s School of Medicine, died on Jan. 2 after a car crash while he was traveling in India. He was 59 years old. Edgar had been on a health mission with Unite For Sight, a non-profit that provides eye care to communities around the globe. Early […]

Women’s soccer adopts new formation for hopeful bounce-back season

Fresh off of its first losing season since 2012, Tufts’ women’s soccer team is ready to prove it is stronger than last year’s 6-8-2 record shows. The Jumbos hope a switch to a new 3-5-2 system will help facilitate the improvement. “I think we were a good team, except for a couple moments,” sophomore goalkeeper Emily Bowers said. “A few […]