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April Carillon Tune

Tuesday, May, 2nd, 2017 Featured Stories Old Glideshow

The carillon tune sounding from Goddard Chapel’s tower this month honors our planet home, in anticipation of Earth Day on April 22nd. “All things bright and beautiful” was first published in 1848 in a collection called Hymns for Little Children. Penned by Irishwoman Cecil Frances Alexander (who famously also wrote the beloved Christmas hymn “Once… Read More

May Carillon Tune

Tuesday, May, 2nd, 2017 Featured Stories Old Glideshow

The May Day Carol resounds from Goddard Chapel’s carillon this month. Popular in England and America, particularly within the Appalachian tradition, this carol alludes to the traditional pagan May Day custom. In the ancient custom, young men and women would rise very early on the first day of May and make music with horns and… Read More

Where Do We Go From Here? Boston-based Organizers and Activists on the Movement Ahead

Sunday, January, 22nd, 2017 Featured Stories

Monday, January 23, 2017 4:45-6 pm, Breed Memorial Hall, 51 Winthrop Street, Medford, MA 02155           Kalila Barnett, Executive Director, Alternatives for Community and Environment Kalila Barnett is the Executive Director of Alternatives for Community & Environment (ACE), a leading environmental justice organization based in Boston. For over twenty years ACE… Read More

Tufts Students Break Ramadan Fast Together

Friday, July, 11th, 2014 Featured Stories

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.

Annual Holiday Concert 2013

Thursday, May, 29th, 2014 Featured Stories

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 daughter, and various organ… Read More