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Heralded Frosh Pitcher Ready for Season

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A connoisseur of sports since he was small, Randy LeBlanc, Tulane's highly touted freshman pitcher, engaged in just about every sport a boy could.

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Sweetheart Serenade

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Marjorie Cowen, wife of Tulane President Scott Cowen, had a sweet surprise on Valentine's Day — a serenade and roses from members of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity at Tulane. Scott Cowen was in...

Francophone Activism in Cajun Country

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On their own, with heavy moral support from the Tulane French department, three Tulane students are embarking this semester on a type of self-described “francophone activism” in their native...

Happy New Year!

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Malaria Vaccine Relies on Mosquito Bites

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The same menace that spreads malaria — the mosquito bite — could help wipe out the deadly disease, according to researchers working on a new vaccine at Tulane University.

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Zulu Parade Origins in Musical Theater

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The Zulu parade has its origins, not surprisingly, in the streets of New Orleans. But this iconic African American celebration of Mardi Gras did not start out with its members wearing the...

Honorary Degree Going to Stevie Wonder

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Famed musician Stevie Wonder will be on stage for Tulane University Commencement 2011 to receive an honorary degree along with two internationally known journalists and a Nobel Prize winner....

Celebrate Valentine's Day on a Budget

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A person's ideas about Valentine's Day usually go one of two ways — they either love it or else they see it as an unscrupulous ploy by the greeting card, candy and flower industries to rake in...

Making the Next Generation Heart Smart

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Students Air Issues on Latino Community

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The stigma around HIV/AIDS is one obstacle preventing health education from reaching the immigrant population of Latinos in New Orleans, according to research by a pair of Tulane students....

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