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Historic Jazz Hall Targeted for Preservation

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The Tulane Regional Urban Design Center and the City of Mandeville have received a $20,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts to develop plans for the preservation of one of the nation...

Gumby's Got Spirit

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“Gumby” lives! For homecoming 2008, the vintage Green Wave mascot will be the spirit star of campus as Tulane fans get ready to decorate their own Gumby cutouts for the 2008 President's Spirit...

Focus on China - and Chinese Studies

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As all eyes turn to Beijing for the Olympics, many students are thinking of making Chinese studies their major. Tulane University is responding to the ever-increasing interest in China and the...

Parents Network Together

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The Tulane Society of Parent and Family Involvement within the Division of Student Affairs presents a way of helping parents with sending their students off to college.

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First-year Students Learn Through Entertainment

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Blossoming into an annual freshman favorite, the “Last Student Standing” competition, held Monday, Aug. 25, in McAlister Auditorium, garnered a total of $500 in bookstore gift certificates as top...

Cornell Lends a Big Hand to Tulane and New Orleans

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Less than 72 hours after Hurricane Katrina threw Tulane faculty and staff into their own storm of uncertainty, Cornell University threw out a lifeline. On Sept. 1, Cornell president Hunter...

Bellying Up Relief for Red Cross and Tulane

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When the Belly Up Tavern in Solana Beach, Calif., near San Diego, scheduled three consecutive weekends of New Orleans music, it was long before anyone had ever imagined a Hurricane Katrina or the...

President Cowen Goes Back to School

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Four weeks to the day after he was evacuated from a flooded New Orleans via helicopter, Tulane President Scott Cowen walked into his office at 218 Gibson Hall, sat down at his desk and turned on...

Med Students Pitch In

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The envelope from Mercer University School of Medicine started making waves as soon as it hit the makeshift mail room at the Tulane University temporary headquarters in Houston.

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Preserving Louisiana French as Living Language

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Tom Klingler, an expert in linguistics and French spoken in Louisiana, receives beaucoup e-mail inquiries from people around the world who want to learn how to speak Louisiana Creole. To help meet...

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