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No Ifs, Ands or Butts


If you're a smoker, the Tulane Cancer Center has something special for you — the Freshstart Smoking Cessation Workshop. The reasons to attend a workshop are clear: Eight hours after a smoker quits...

Professor Takes a Bite of the Big Apple


For the past year, Dr. Tom Farley occupied an unusual position for a Tulane professor: senior adviser to the commissioner of the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. With a...

Newcomb Summit Addresses Women and Power


National political strategist and New Orleans native Donna Brazile and former Louisiana Gov. Kathleen Blanco will explore how women transform the notion of leadership during the Newcomb College...

Creating Undergraduate Research Opportunities


The Center for Research-Education Activities at Tulane (CREATe) has been launched to connect faculty members with undergraduate students who want to become a part of research projects.


Women's Sports Sunday Spotlights Tennis, Basketball


The Tulane women's tennis team has waited for this chance for months — to play a match on the Green Wave's home court for the first time since the sport was suspended in 2005 after Hurricane...

Week for Peace Starts With Community Service


Strengthening the links between social justice and community service, the 23rd annual Martin Luther King Jr. Week for Peace commences on Saturday (Jan. 17) as volunteers from Tulane, Dillard,...

Faculty Receive Community-based Research Grants


With a community-based research grant,Tulane faculty member Sadredin “Dean” Moosavi will expand his efforts assessing beach erosion on Grand Isle, La., with students, residents and Grand Isle...

Church Played "Unpredictable" Role in Russian Art


Tulane professor William Brumfield has recorded, for 40 years, in words and photographs, the history of Russian architecture as it developed in major cities and outlying regions. Yet the artistry...

Reily Center Celebrates 20 Years of Fitness


The Reily Student Recreation Center turns 20 years old this year. That milestone will be commemorated with a yearlong celebration that starts today (Jan. 14) from 5 to 7 p.m. in the Reily Atrium...

Louisiana Musicians on Stage With "American Routes"


“American Routes,” the weekly public radio program devoted to music and musicians, stories and cultures from New Orleans, the Gulf South and America at large, is celebrating its 10th anniversary...