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Top Teachers an Inspiration to Undergrads


One is called a “tireless mentor” and the other an inspiration to students inside and outside the classroom. Linda Carroll and Michael Cunningham are exceptional teachers who are this year's...

Place Matters in Commencement '08


On Saturday (May 17), Tulane University's graduating class, along with families, friends and faculty from all the university's schools, gathered together under one roof for the 2008 commencement...

Public Service Award Honors Spirit of Giving


At lunchtime today (May 16), three families will meet for the first time. Bringing them to the table is a confluence of things both happy and sad, as well as a shared sense of giving. The families...

Weathering the Storm


The road to success was paved with obstacles for four candidates for Tulane's master of fine arts degree. The quartet of students was admitted during the semester that Hurricane Katrina ripped...

Public Health School Celebrates Milestone


Since Hurricane Katrina, Tulane's recovery is punctuated by a series of milestones. At this year's commencement, yet another will be celebrated — the graduation of the inaugural class earning...

Never Too Late to Graduate


Henry St. Paul knew it would take time to earn enough credits to get a master of business administration degree when he started night classes at Tulane. He just never thought it would take 53...

Job Market Positive for '08 Grads


With graduation fast approaching, and the economy slowing down, members of the class of 2008 may be on the verge of panic attacks at the thought of tracking down gainful employment. Despite the...

Season's End Hot for Wave Baseball


If you're a Green Wave baseball fan, it doesn't get any better than this — a three-game series against Conference USA rival Rice University starting on Thursday (May 15), followed by the 2008...

Academia Supports Tulane in Newcomb Lawsuit


The most prestigious higher education associations in the country have sided with Tulane University in the ongoing litigation over the university's 2005 post-Katrina decision to merge its seven...

New Dean for Architecture


Kenneth Schwartz, a renowned architect, urban designer and professor at the University of Virginia, will become the new dean of the Tulane School of Architecture effective July 1.