Tufts University has launched Jumbo Vote 2016 as a multifaceted, university-wide initiative to boost political learning, engagement, and voting in this year’s presidential election—and beyond. To learn more, follow JumboVote on Facebook and Twitter, check out our web site, and/or join our email list and share event ideas here. All members of the Tufts community may use tufts.turbovote.org to register to vote, request an absentee ballot and/or sign up for text and email reminders.
On October 6 at 6:30 p.m. author of the 2016 Common Reading Program, Roberto Gonzales, will give a lecture on his book, Lives in Limbo: Undocumented and Coming of Age in America. This year's Common Reading Program exlores themes of immigration, education, and inequality. Download a free copy of the book and join the discussion!
At the Pre-Health Freshmen Meeting students will learn more about health professions advising, and hear from a panel of seniors talk about their experiences as pre-health students.
Join The Office of the Provost, the Departments of Political Science and Sociology, the Experimental College, Jonathan M. Tisch College for Civic Life and Tufts Democrats and JumboVote as we host a presidential debate watch party and panel moderated by Deborah Schildkraut, Chair of the Political Science department. Panelists include: Jim Glaser (PS), Jeff Berry (PS), Sarah Sobieraj (Sociology) and David Gregory. Pizza will be provided!
Doors open at 7:45
Panel starts at 8:15
Debate starts at 9