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Brothels of Antebellum New Orleans

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Following wherever research leads is a tenet of scholarship for researchers. It's a standard operating procedure that helps scholars avoid tainting their research with preconceptions and...

Student Brainstorms With Nobel Laureates

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Peter Jacobson, a graduate student in the Tulane Department of Physics, will be part of a brainstorming session with some of the world's greatest minds this summer. Jacobson has been invited to...

Our Man at the White House

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Just eight years ago, Nick Shapiro was a fresh graduate of Tulane University with a bachelor's degree in communication. Today he works for President Barack Obama and says, “I can't imagine what...

Taste of Crescent City History

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Nailing down the best recipe for an iconic dish is like determining which sliver in the spectrum of a rainbow to name “red” or “blue.” The differences in both hue and taste are subtle. And yet,...

A Welcoming Wave

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Groups of students and parents bustling around the uptown campus in the New Orleans summer heat signal that the third year of summer orientation is in full swing at Tulane University. This year...

Pirate Problem Hard to Solve

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Not that long ago, the mention of pirates would have conjured images of swashbuckling scoundrels sailing under billowing sails and the Jolly Roger. More recently, the images are likely to be of...

Staff Step Lively

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When it's time for lunch on the uptown campus, Jean Mouton, a user analyst at the A. B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane, sets out for more than just a meal. She joins about 15 co-workers in...

Jewish Identity and Society

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A new book by Tulane professor Brian Horiwitz offers a model of individuals and institutions struggling with a concern central to Jews in America and around the world — how to retain a strong...

Water, Water - It Isn't Everywhere

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Tulane international social work students are raising public awareness about global health issues. This summer, four student-led groups picked a variety of issues to highlight including clean...

Green Future for Dinwiddie Hall

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During the next 14 months, an old building on the uptown campus will become a leader in energy efficiency. Massive renovations are under way at Dinwiddie Hall, which had been home to several...

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