Skip to main content
Tulane Home Tulane Home

The news section which includes newwave stories and slideshows

A Katrina Class Story: "This Is My Home"



New Orleans native Ashley...

Trauma Surgeon Receives Teaching Scholar Award


The Third Annual Health Sciences Society of Teaching Scholars Education Day on Thursday (May 7) focused on new concepts for improving medical education, and was highlighted by the naming of Dr....

Hard Times Are Good Fit for Finance Degree


Roommates Dennis Cristallo and Robert Myers are graduating this Saturday (May 16) with bachelor of science degrees in finance from the A. B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane University. Not...

A Katrina Class Story: No Regrets for Gelhardt



Senior Craig Gelhardt is a Florida...

Registrar's Office Ready for Commencement Countdown


“It's chaotic but it's very controlled chaos,” said Mary Frances “Tudie” Gleason on Friday as eight days remained in the Commencement 2009 countdown. From her perspective in the Tulane registrar's...

The Art of Tiffany


tiffany lamp

Stained glass lamps and...

Twice as Nice


With three sons who are actors, Tulane library technician Kelly Richert has gotten accustomed to seeing her children on stage. But an upcoming production at Tulane is offering this veteran mother...

Book Documents History of Restored Plantation


Last fall, the River Road Historical Society published a handsome coffee table book that takes a historical look at one of the oldest plantations in the Mississippi River Valley. Destrehan:...

Something Old, Something New


Can an old drug perform new wonders? That's what a team of researchers at Tulane and Harvard universities is trying to find out. They have partnered with the National Institutes of Health to test...

Plans in Works for Wetlands Observatory


When the U. S. Geological Survey (USGS) wanted a partner to develop an environmental observatory in the lower delta of the Mississippi River, it didn't need to develop a relationship — it already...