Hidden Dissent: The Well-Concealed Histories Behind the Sackler Name

Professor Michael Malamy has been at Tufts long enough to remember when the medical school shared space with the old garment factories in Chinatown. He also remembers the first time the name of the Sackler School of Biomedical Sciences was challenged in April 1980. Now, over the past year, Tufts has come under scrutiny for

Hidden in Smoke: A Forgotten History of Opium, Opioids, and Tufts

To view a version of this article with added content and multimedia elements, click here.    On June 20, 1946, the last empress of China died in a prison cell alone, lying in a pool of her own bodily fluids. Outside, an audience of civilians and soldiers gathered to mock Empress Wanrong (婉容) as she