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Oil Spill Research Hits Tulane Labs

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Tulane University scientists are among more than 150 recipients of National Science Foundation Rapid Response Research grants to study the impact of oil that spewed from the Macondo oil field into...

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Super Bowl Raffle Kicks Off Fundraiser

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A Super Bowl ticket raffle is officially under way as an exciting buildup to the 9th annual Helluva Hullabaloo Auction and Party to benefit Tulane student-athletes that is scheduled for Oct. 8 at...

Universities Partner With Honduras

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Honduran President Porfirio Lobo and members of his cabinet came to Tulane University on Tuesday (Sept. 7) to sign a memorandum of understanding with seven New Orleans universities.

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A Healthy Fall Is Worth a Shot

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Flu season is looming but the Tulane Student Health Center is ready with a schedule of opportunities for the Tulane community to receive flu shots.

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Marching Band in the Saints Parade

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For the first time in NFL history, New Orleans will be home to a parade to kick off the start of the NFL season and to commemorate the Saints XLIV Super Bowl win. The Tulane University Marching...

"Good Science" Takes on Oil Crisis

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A group of academics, government scientists and industry representatives met in Rogers Memorial Chapel on the Tulane uptown campus on Thursday (Sept. 2) for the third in a series of “listening...

Healing Influence of Art

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“Research indicates that art activities in healthcare settings reduce anxiety and pain, shorten hospital stays, and increase immunity,” says Sean Ransom, director of the Patricia Trost Friedler...

Eid Mubarak!

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Have you ever wondered why Muslims fast for a month at seemingly arbitrary times of the year? And what happens when they stop fasting? The Tulane Arabic Club and the Moroccan reading group are...

Oil Spill Lecture Draws Students, Locals

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In a sign that the Deepwater Horizon oil spill is still a hot-button issue for south Louisiana residents as well as an active interest of students, members from both groups gathered on Aug. 30 for...

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