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- Obama and the Tufts Inventor April 24, 2015Harry Paul, A18, earns a shout-out from the president for his device to manage a health condition he knows well—congenital scoliosisA couple of weeks ago, freshman Harry Paul skipped all his Monday classes, but he wasn’t slacking off. He was in Washington, D.C., talking to President Barack Obama about a medical device he invented that could help young scolio […]
- How do I console my mother, whose beloved elderly cat recently passed away? April 23, 2015Claire Sharp, a faculty advisor to the Pet Loss Support Hotline at Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine, offers advicePeople often think there is a “right” thing to say when talking to someone whose pet has died. But really, all that most grieving pet owners need is someone who listens and understands that they are sad. Being a sympathetic or empathetic li […]
- Tufts PD goes green with electric motorcycle April 23, 2015Significant savings in fuel and maintenance costsNORTH GRAFTON, Mass. (April 23, 2015)—The Tufts University Police Department has added an electric motorcycle to its fleet of vehicles, demonstrating that being green and business-savvy go hand-in-hand. The electrically-powered two-wheeler, housed on the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine campus in North G […]
- Greener Still April 22, 2015Through efforts large and small, Tufts advances its sustainability goalsWorkers have begun construction on a new central energy plant on the Medford/Somerville campus that will generate heat, electricity and chilled water and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 12 percent or more when it is completed in the summer of 2016. The cogeneration plant will also low […]