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Chuck Berry and the origins of ‘Tulane’
Rock ‘n’ roll pioneer Chuck Berry, who died Saturday at the age of 90, penned a string of hits that spanned the decades from the 1950s to the mid-’80s when generations X and Y were introduced to his music through the repopularization of his signature song “Johnny B. Goode” in the film Back to the...

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Mar 21, 2017 - Jamie Logan

The Panama Bilingüe program, a creation of the government of Panama in collaboration with Tulane University, is designed with a goal of making the Republic of Panama bilingual in Spanish and English within a single generation.

Mar 20, 2017 - Mary Cross

Volunteers served as human books that could be checked out to share their unique life experiences with the borrower.

Mar 20, 2017 - Photo by Zoe Johnson

The International Food and Music Festival gives Tulanians a reason to move their feet. 

Mar 20, 2017 - Mary Ann Travis

Economic pressure is pushing older workers to stay longer in the labor force. But here’s the rub: Employers aren’t interested in them. Patrick Button, assistant professor of economics at Tulane University, is co-author of a study showing age discrimination in the labor force, especially against older women.

Mar 15, 2017 - Hannah Dean

If you’re looking for weekend plans that involve food tastings from a variety of cultures, dance performances from around the world and music that carries an African beat, look no further than the International Food and Music Festival on the uptown campus of Tulane University.