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Tufts University,

main campus at Medford, Mass.; coeducational; chartered 1852 by Universalists as a college for men. It became a university in 1955. Jackson College, formerly a coordinate undergraduate college for women, merged with the College of Liberal Arts in 1980. The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy is part of the Medford campus. The university's medical and dental schools are in Boston, and the veterinary school is in North Grafton. Tufts opened the first school of nutrition in the United States in 1981; it also operates the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture's Human Nutrition Research Center in Boston. Also of note is the Tufts European Study Center at Tailloires, France.
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Dolbear, of Tufts College. He, like Gray, had written a letter of applause to Bell in 1877.
She graduated from Stoneham High School in 1933, from Jackson College of Tufts College in 1937, where she was an outstanding field hockey player.
The memoirs depict a young man's desire to return to his studies, the measures he takes to get to Boston, where his parents and a scholarship to Tufts College Medical School awaits, and his discovery of what happens to men in extremely horrid circumstances.
He entered Tufts College at age eleven and after graduation studied at Harvard, Cornell, Cambridge, Gottingen, and Columbia.
Please make checks payable to Trustees of Tufts College.
Those interested in sending donations to the Cummings School's Hospital for Large Animals in honor of Picaro can send checks made out to "Trustees of Tufts College" and mail them to: Office of Development & Alumni Relations, Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University, 200 Westboro Road, North Grafton, MA 01536.
His own son David, now deceased, was a graduate of Tufts College and attended Tufts Dental School.
She graduated from Tufts College in 1933, where she was a member of the Sigma Kappa sorority.