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Digging in Their Heels
Why do Republican voters disapprove of compromise more than Democrats?
Heads Up on the World Cup
The rest of the planet is transfixed by the soccer—er, football—tournament. Here’s your explainer
Teaching Science—and Hope—in a Refugee Camp
Tufts alum volunteers to bring technology and engineering education to Syrian refugee children in Jordan

What's Happening on Campus

Grant supports work to bridge differences and address polarization on college campuses
$100K grant from Cummings Foundation promotes dialogue across differences, encourages civic engagement at Tufts University and beyond
Remembering Longtime Professor Zella Luria
A noted researcher and activist, Luria taught psychology at Tufts for forty years
Power to the People!
Students discover a treasure trove of Vietnam War-era protest posters that lay undisturbed in a residence hall closet for a half century

From the Archives

The Edward R. Murrow Papers, ca 1913-1985, housed at Digital Collections and Archives, Tufts University, is the world’s largest collection of Edward R. Murrow material. Dating largely from 1934 to 1965, the 55 linear feet of documents include correspondence, personal materials, work and activities-related files, and over 320 photographs. The papers also include about 1700 books, memorabilia as well as audiovisual material. Read the full story...