Category Archives: Announcements

Communications on May 9, 2016 Bomb Threats

Messages relating to the May 9, 2016 bomb threats can be found on announcement.tufts.edu :
Timely Warning Bomb Threats-Medford Campus  –  6:43 AM
Update on Bomb Threats Medford/Somerville Campus  – 9:38 AM–1:44 PM
A message from President Monaco about today’s events  – 5:14 PM

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Confusion About “Emergency Manager” Title

The Flint, Michigan water crisis has created some confusion over the title “emergency manager”. Traditionally, the title refers to those of us who help our communities prepare for, respond to, and recover from the effects of disasters – helping to keep people safe. The Flint water crisis has highlighted use of the same title to … » read

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Mumps Health Announcement and Updates

Cases of mumps were confirmed on the Medford/Somerville campus during the week of March 14. » read

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Making the Grade on Severe Weather

The severe weather experts assessed our preparedness for storms, and the grade is in. » read

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Norovirus Health Announcement

Learn how to stay healthy, avoid spreading the illness, and for some – get better. » read

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Zika Virus

Right now Zika virus is a risk for those traveling to affected areas, not on campus. Learn how to stay informed and healthy when you travel. » read

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TuftsAlert test and new features

Update your contact information before the TuftsAlert test on Wednesday, February 3. » read

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Alerts for Other Tufts Campuses

Do you spend time on more than one Tufts campus? Now you can sign up to receive alerts for two or more campuses! » read

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Campus is Closed*

*Not today. But you can be among the first to know. Sign up for opt-in weather closing text alerts. » read

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Joaquin Takes a Pass

Forecasting the path of a tropical cyclone can seem like trying to predict the movement of a spinning top. In fact, the science of meteorology continues to improve and provides emergency managers with unprecedented information to help protect people and property.
Joaquin proved a tricky storm to forecast, the crux being the amount of time the … » read

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