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Shakespeare Fest Looks at Battle of the Sexes

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For its 15th season of professional theater, the Shakespeare Festival at Tulane presents a colorful trio of comedies that explore the battle of the sexes.

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Flu Vaccine Misses the Mark This Year

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Creating an influenza vaccine from year to year can be a tricky proposition. It's considered by many to be as much art as science. Every few years, scientists can completely miss the mark. This...

Biochemist Encourages Science Scholars

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When she started college, Judith Voet aspired to be an astrophysicist. But “I also had advisers telling me that I had a great personality [and asking] what I was doing wasting my time in the...

Spring Season Brings All That Jazz

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This spring brings a bustle of activity for jazz musicians at Tulane University. In addition to multiple performances at the famous New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, campus musicians —...

Lavin-Bernick Center Leads in Green Design

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It's certainly a top campus location for meeting, dining and shopping, but now the Lavin-Bernick Center has been named one the nation's top buildings in smart environmental design.

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Economic Stimulus Plan: More Politics Than Economics

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Now that tax day has come and gone, the federal government will start sending out checks as part of the $168 billion Economic Stimulus Plan approved by Congress in early February. The idea is to...

Health Care on the Move

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Thanks to the State of Qatar, the Tulane University Community Health Center at Covenant House is making health care accessible to more New Orleanians. A bright green mobile medical unit provides "...

CNN Anchor to Speak on Campus

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In the weeks following Hurricane Katrina, Anderson Cooper's impassioned reporting from New Orleans and the Mississippi Gulf Coast riveted viewers to their television sets. On Tuesday, April 29,...

Star Search Ends at Tulane

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As jazz musicians, gospel vocalists and down-home bluegrass string players, members of the Tulane University community will share their talents alongside some of the greatest musical acts in the...

Go Greener on Earth Day, Public Health School Urges

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Paper or plastic? To that tired question, the dean's office of the Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine is proposing a contemporary answer: reusable grocery bags bearing...

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