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Sailboats docked near the French Quarter was a common sight for more than a century.
Nautical New Orleans
Boats are docked on the banks of the Carondelet Canal shortly before it was abandoned as a navigable waterway in 1927. Also called the Old Basin Canal, its construction was ordered in 1794 by Gov. Francisco Luis Hector, Baron de Carondelet, who oversaw the Spanish colonies of Louisiana and West...

Culture

Aug 03, 2017 - Mary Cross

Ferruh Yilmaz, an associate professor in the Tulane School of Liberal Arts, is the author of How the Workers Became Muslims: Immigration, Culture, and Hegemonic Transformation in Europe, and follows the media’s impact on the arrival of Muslim immigrants to Denmark.

Aug 02, 2017 - Mary Cross

The PJ’s Coffee locations housed on the Tulane University uptown campus were recognized as WellSpots by the Well-Ahead Louisiana program for making it easier for customers to order healthier options.

Jul 31, 2017 - Denise Woltering

Ten K-12 teachers from across the United States recently embarked on a unique experience – learning to teach about Cuba while living there during a two-week program for educators.

Jul 28, 2017 - Carolyn Scofield

View this video highlighting Tulane experts recently featured in national news. Today’s review showcases the work of John Verano, David Smilde, Mirya Holman, Nicholas Van Sickels and Joel Dinerstein.

Jul 28, 2017 - Mary Cross

Fifteen Tulane students traveled to Nkoka, Malawi, to help construct a school for local children.