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Close Look at Dangerous Relationships


Tulane's innovative service-learning program helped draw Sally J. Kenney to New Orleans. When she became the new executive director of the Newcomb College Institute earlier this year, one of her...

Katrina Memories: The Fundamental Right


As the floodwaters following Katrina inundated 80 percent of the city, another type of flood threatened to overwhelm the medical system in and around New Orleans — a flood of injured and...

Photos: Pitching In, Having Fun



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Celebrating Health for Teens


Tulane physicians, celebrities and dignitaries were on hand for a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Warren Easton Charter High School's Health Clinic on Sunday (Aug. 29), the fifth anniversary of...

Attention Tulane Shoppers


After closing the doors to regular customers on Thursday evening (Aug. 26), staff at the Target department store at Clearview Mall prepared for the arrival of a few very important guests — about...

Katrina Memories: Carrying the Torch


Following Hurricane Katrina, Tulane President Scott Cowen and the athletics department decided student-athletes would be given a monumental task: “to carry the torch, be the face, and represent...

Leaders Look at City's Progress


After spending time traveling across the nation to promote the city of New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina, members of the Fleur de Lis Ambassador Program look at the city's progress since the...

Research Thrives in Piney Woods


Not even Hurricane Katrina could stop the phenomenal growth and research progress at the Tulane National Primate Research Center in Covington, La. Since the storm, the facility has almost doubled...

Katrina Memories: Flung to the Winds


The 2005 fall semester at Tulane never got under way; Hurricane Katrina made sure of that. While administrators scrambled to make sure the entire academic year wasn't a wash, most students were...

Top-notch Program


Chalk up more national recognition for the service-learning programs administered by the Tulane Center for Public Service.