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Movie 6 - Strangers on a Train

on English 80 - Hitchcock

by Evelyn F. Abramowitz

8 minutes ago

In Hitchcock's, Strangers on a Train, glasses play a significant role in how female characters are seen and treated by the characters. The two women in the film who wear glasses, Barbara and Miriam, are different […]

Beware the WereBlock of Boston

on What's New @ HHSL

by Katherine Morley

1 hour, 17 minutes ago

Strange news coming out of Hirsh Library lately. Today we bring you a report of a wild creature sighted wandering the stacks. It has been over a year since we received reports of this kind, but our Library […]

Strangers No Longer

on Alfred Hitchcock

by Gus T. Tringale

2 hours, 18 minutes ago

Strangers on a Train is a film about cross-cutting. From the very beginning, Hitchcock shows the two protagonists uniting by chance demonstrating his control as a director.  In the opening shot, […]

Congratulations to Nico and Amin on their Nat Comm paper!

on Guasto Lab

by Jeffrey Guasto

2 hours, 19 minutes ago

Nico and Amin recently published their work on magnetotactic bacterial transport in porous flows in Nature Communications. Read the full article here!

Faculty Spotlight: Professor Karen Jacobsen on Afghan Resettlement in the United States

on Admissions Blog

by Daniel Birdsall

3 hours, 48 minutes ago

I thought it worth sharing a recent interview with Fletcher Professor Karen Jacobsen in TuftsNow focusing on the resettlement process of tens of thousands of Afghan evacuees in the United States. Jacobsen, the […]