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The President and Chaplains of Tufts University invite members of the Class of 2016 and their families and friends to join in celebrating the Baccalaureate Service on Saturday, May 21, 2016 from 3:00 to 4:00 pm at the Gantcher Family Sports and Convocation Center. All are welcome.
The current carillon tune, Lasst uns erfreuen (“Let us rejoice”) comes from a 1623 German hymnal, and was originally composed as an Easter melody. Learn more here. » read
Today, Wednesday, April 15, we will be participating in a Boston and Medford moment of silence to mark the two-year anniversary of the Boston Marathon Bombings by tolling the Goddard Chapel bells at 2:49 pm.
Goddard Chapel’s carillon presently features the tune “St. Columba.” The melody is presumed to be an ancient Irish church melody, and received its name from a beloved 6th-century Irish saint credited with spreading Christianity in present-day Scotland.
Especially in light of recent events, any student who wishes to have an academic flexibility support message sent to their faculty may request that through the University Chaplaincy.
The University Chaplaincy wants to offer its admiration and support to the many Tufts students, faculty, and staff who have devoted themselves to the cause of justice—against the racism that not only underpins many institutions in America but that also shapes and impacts our own campus community.
On Monday, October 27, Tufts University Chaplaincy and the Association for College and University Religious Affairs welcomed Davíd Carrasco, Neil L. Rudenstine Professor of the Study of Latin America at Harvard University, to campus as a keynote speaker for the annual ACURA Conference 2014. Click the title to view recording of the talk.
By Abdurrahman Abdurrob, University Chaplaincy Student Worker, Tufts Muslim Student Association President
Just a few weeks ago, Muslims across the world concluded their fasting for the holy month of Ramadan.
Here at Tufts, Ramadan is a time for companionship, especially with many students being far from home. “Ramadan is really about family and friends, but for many of us taking classes and working in Boston, it is really hard for us to create that sense of community” said University Chaplaincy Student Worker Abdurrahman Abdurrob, one of the many Tufts students in the area this summer. » read
On Wednesday, December 4, the University Chaplaincy presented its annual Holiday Concert featuring singing by the Tufts Concert Choir of some 65 students led by Dr. Jamie Kirsch of the Music Department. The concert also included singing by the staff ensemble Tufts Sings!, a piano performance by David Brittan and his … » read