For what remains of January and for February, the carillon will play the hymn “Abide with Me.” The text was written by Henry Francis Lyte, an Anglican priest from Scotland, probably in 1847, just a... Read More
MLK Day of Service 2019
On Monday, January 21, 2019, Tufts students are invited to put values into action at our 5th annual MLK Day of Service. This year, we are joining over 3,000 other community members at the Cambridge... Read More
"A Single Garment of Destiny: Stories of Resilience and Hope"
Tufts University Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration 2019 Each year, Tufts University hosts a celebration honoring the life and work of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This year's program begins with students sharing... Read More
Transgender Day of Remembrance Art Exhibit 2018
Each year, the University Chaplaincy and the LGBT Center co-sponsor a student art project in recognition of the lives lost to anti-transgender violence as commemorated by Trans Day of Remembrance in November. The project seeks... Read More
Thank You for Giving: Giving Tuesday Campaign 2018
The University Chaplaincy sincerely thanks all of the students, faculty, staff, alumni, families, and friends who joined us in donating to our programs on Giving Tuesday 2018. This was the first year we participated, and we... Read More
Sign up for the University Chaplaincy ENEWS
Stay up to date, connected, and aware of Tufts University Chaplaincy programs, events, and opportunities. Sign up for the University Chaplaincy ENEWS. Read More
Interfaith Alumni Association
Want to stay connected after graduation? Join our newly-forming Interfaith Alumni Association by signing up for our email list. The Interfaith Alumni Association will offer opportunities for networking, alumni events, support for current students, and... Read More
"Reading Martin Luther King Now: The Ethics and Aesthetics of Civil Disobedience"
Thursday, January 24, 5:00-7:00 p.m., Center for Humanitites (CHAT), 48 Professors Row, Medford MA
Brandon M. Terry is Assistant Professor of African and African American Studies and Social Studies at Harvard University. He earned a PhD with university distinction in Political Science and African American Studies from Yale University, where he was also a Ford Foundation Predoctoral Fellow and a recipient of the Sterling Prize, in 2012. The topic of discussion will be "Reading Martin Luther King Now: The Ethics and Aesthetics of Civil Disobedience". Sponsored by Tufts' Center for the Study of Race and Democracy and Civic Studies. ... See MoreSee Less