President Michael Fitts, Stuart and Suzanne Grant, and Michael Cohen
Michael Cohen invested as inaugural Grant Chair in the American Jewish Experience

January 24, 2023

Tulane Professor Michael Cohen was formally invested as the Stuart and Suzanne Grant Chair in the American Jewish Experience on Jan. 17. The event also honored the establishment of the Stuart and Suzanne Grant Center
Visitors read the opening statement of the exhibit, which features a range of visual experiments developed in community spaces, through dialogues between artists and youth with direct knowledge of Louisiana’s extensive carceral system.
‘Unthinkable Imagination’ exhibition opens at Newcomb Art Museum

January 24, 2023

On Saturday, Jan. 21, artists, activists and community members filled the Newcomb Art Museum for the opening day of the collaborative exhibit Unthinkable Imagination: A Creative Response to the Juvenile Justice Crisis. 
Gibson Hall
Moody’s upgrades, while Standard & Poor’s affirms Tulane University’s high credit ratings

January 23, 2023

Tulane University’s credit rating has been upgraded to A1, according to Moody’s Investors Services. Also, Standard & Poor’s affirmed the university’s A+ stable rating.
Members of the Green Wave football team lift Head Coach Willie Fritz after he addresses the crowd.
Fans celebrate Tulane football team with on campus parade, party

January 23, 2023

An estimated 5,000 Tulane football fans and well-wishers turned out for “A Celebration Like No Other,” an event recognizing the extraordinary achievements of the Green Wave football team. 
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Make Way for professional headshots

January 23, 2023

The Office of University Communications and Marketing is now offering free studio headshots to full-time Tulane faculty and staff. Selected dates are available through May 2023.
A nurse operates a mammography unit while a patient is scanned.
COVID-19 pandemic halted breast cancer screenings. Here’s how long the delay lasted

January 19, 2023

 A new study from Tulane University found that mammogram screening rates dropped precipitously in the first months of the pandemic.

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