The Zemurray Foundation has donated $1.3 million to create two endowed funds for the study of Latin American indigenous languages and art. The art-focused fund is named in honor of renowned art historian Elizabeth Hill Boone.
Tulane’s Stone Center receives $1.3 million from Zemurray Foundation for the study of Latin American indigenous languages, art

February 07, 2023

The Zemurray Foundation has donated $1.3 million to create two endowed funds for the study of Latin American indigenous languages and art. 
Bookfest Mardi Gras for the Mind
Bill Gates headlines additional authors, culinary and musical offerings announced for the 2023 New Orleans Book Festival at Tulane University

February 06, 2023

Microsoft co-founder, business leader and philanthropist Bill Gates leads a prestigious and award-winning group of authors, children’s authors, local chefs and musicians who round out the 2023 New Orleans Book Festival
Mariam Taqaddusi and Islam Ahmed
Visiting global scholars bring unique perspectives to Tulane campus

February 03, 2023

Mariam Taqaddusi and Islam Ahmed are part of Tulane's Global Visiting Scholars Program, co-sponsored by a university-wide collaboration including Tulane Global, the School of Liberal Arts, Newcomb Institute, the Office
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City Council honors Tulane football team

February 02, 2023

The New Orleans City Council honored the Cotton Bowl Champion Tulane Football team with a proclamation during its meeting on Thursday, Feb. 2.
President Michael Fitts participated in a panel discussion, hosted by the New Orleans Business Alliance, on the state of the New Orleans economy. LaTanja Silvester (right) was also a panelist.
President Fitts attends Washington Mardi Gras, speaks at economic panel

February 01, 2023

The goal of the trip was “to share with a statewide audience all the things that Tulane is doing in New Orleans and regionally.”
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Black History Month 2023 events at Tulane University

January 31, 2023

Black History Month 2023 includes events and commemoration, as well as moments of reflection, campus-wide.

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