November 09, 2016
Tulane students in professor Emily Clark’s history class, New Orleans Free People of Color, are uncovering the past by researching New Orleans’ free people of color in the 18th and 19th centuries. Their research may lead to an app to be used in walking tours.
November 08, 2016
Tulane Law School professors use a variety of people and everyday situations and habits to discuss legal principles on their blogs.
November 07, 2016
Melange Dance Company presents HerStory, a modern dance show directed by Tulane alumnae that reimagines the Storming of the Sazerac in New Orleans and other historical moments in the fight for gender equality.
November 04, 2016
As members of the Task Force on Structural Changes in Budget and Tax Policy, Tulane economics professors Steven Sheffrin and James Alm played an integral role in coming up with recommendations on everything from sales tax and individual income tax to corporate income tax and property tax.
November 03, 2016
The Where Y’Art Gallery (1901 Royal St.) is presenting visionary work by New Orleans street and graffiti artists during its “1900 Block” show that runs through Wednesday, Nov. 30. Where Y’Art was co-founded by Catherine Todd and Tulane alumna Collin Ferguson
October 25, 2016
The Tulane Institute of Sports Medicine has partnered with the New Orleans Musicians’ Clinic and Assistance Foundation to keep local performers healthy.
October 24, 2016
The judiciary in Louisiana doesn’t reflect the state’s gender or racial diversity, according to a new Tulane University report that finds the number of women and minority men serving as judges lags behind their representation in the population.
October 12, 2016
In her role as retention czar, Kelly Grant evaluates how university programs and academic support services affect student retention.