New York Times
History professor Hugh Roberts comments on the current political situation in Algeria, where the army chief of staff has called for President Abdelaziz Bouteflika to “be deemed unfit to rule,” noting that the general’s statement “is probably the best way to go forward” as “[Bouteflika is] not well or legitimate.”
Sackler News & Events
Micro program faculty member Andy Camilli and Sackler alum Minmin Yen explore the use of bacteriophage to control cholera.
Students whose preference is to join the U.S. Foreign Service should still do that—and, yes, serve under the Trump administration—according to Fletcher School Professor Daniel Drezner.
March 12 event is part of the Tisch College Distinguished Speaker Series
With the Tufts Civic Semester, incoming undergraduates spend their first fall semester abroad
Neuroscientist Phil Haydon plans a solo circumnavigation of the Earth, hoping to inspire and educate those with epilepsy
The New York Times
Collaborative HNRCA research has found that today’s fast food is worse than it was thirty years ago due to changes in portion size, calories, and nutrient and sodium content.
Physician assistant students are getting a new worldview, thanks to a clinical rotation in South Africa.