Sue Decker discusses finance, her new startup at TFG-sponsored event

The Tufts Financial Group (TFG) hosted a question and answer session with alumna Sue Decker (LA ’84), the founder and CEO of the social networking startup Raftr, on Tuesday night as part of their speaker series. Decker, who received her undergraduate degree in computer science and economics at Tufts, went on to Harvard Business School […]

Pixar’s latest film ‘Coco’ makes for pleasant family viewing

The concept of life beyond death draws much fascination from storytellers. Pixar’s newest film, “Coco” (2017), does not necessarily stage it as a central point, but rather uses it to emphasize the coexistence of family and ambition. This idea develops through the actions of an eager boy from Mexico who breaks from tradition on Día […]

Spotlight: Jehan Madhani

Jehan Madhani, a dual-degree student studying animation at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts (SMFA) and majoring in English with a minor in Communication and Media Studies, developed a passion for both comedy and animation at a young age. She grew up watching Saturday Night Live every week and was a big fan […]

Oscar’s Best Animated Short Film nominations strengthen claim of animation as a distinct medium

“Best Animated Short Film” is one of the oldest categories of the Academy Awards, given by the organization every year since 1932. It is also arguably one of the most ignored. There are many reasons underlying the lack of attention the category has received, but primarily it is due to the fact that the public has […]

‘The Good Dinosaur’ offers breathtaking animation, disappointing plot

At the start of “The Good Dinosaur,” released Nov. 25, a meteor hurtles towards Earth on a collision course with the blue planet and ready to bring destruction to the dinosaurs. Instead of crashing into Earth, however, it misses, and the story begins. Pixar takes this imagined scenario and runs with it, establishing a coming-of-age tale about a cowardly […]