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Slave ownership makes for complicated familial histories
On March 6, author Edward Ball will lead a talk titled “Life of a Klansman,” exploring the life of Ball’s great-grandfather, who violently opposed racial democracy in Louisiana between 1865 and 1877. Ball will discuss the birth of white identity through the eyes of his great-grandfather, a French...

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Feb 21, 2018 - New Wave staff

For the fourth consecutive year, Tulane University is ranked first among graduate schools for the number of volunteers who join the Peace Corps. There are 27 alumni currently serving.

Feb 19, 2018 - Robin Boch

The French Graduate Student Association of Tulane University has a new project called Ma Francophonie NOLA, an initiative that will explore the ways that the city’s French heritage influences life today.

 
Feb 15, 2018 - Photo by Paula Burch-Celentano

The end of Mardi Gras marks the beginning of Lent for many in the Tulane community.

Feb 09, 2018 - Louisiana Research Collection

The Louisiana Research Collection documents the social and business life of New Orleans from the 1850s through the 1930s.

Feb 08, 2018 - Barri Bronston

Tulane University is adding an outreach component to its already successful MakerSpace program.