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African American Art on Display

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An exhibit called "Beyond the Blues: Reflections on African America From the Fine Arts Collection of the Amistad Research Center" is on view from Sunday (April 11) through July 11 at the New...

Telling the Story of Louisiana's Past

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Sharifa Rhodes-Pitts will give a reading of her work in progress about a slave uprising in Louisiana. The reading is at 6:30 p.m. today (April 7) at the New Orleans African American Museum, 1418...

Brazilian Beat

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Coming to the uptown campus are a performance, workshops and discussion featuring the Latin Grammy-nominated Orquestra Contemporânea de Olinda, a funky brass band from Brazil.

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Native, Once Removed, Wins Loving Cup

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Tulane President Scott Cowen is still surprised and humbled by this weekend's announcement that he is the winner of the Times-Picayune's Loving Cup. The person who works with him more...

Springtime Brings Service and Seafood

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Springtime in New Orleans brings two pleasant gifts to residents: the arrival of warm weather and crawfish season. Students can look forward to both, as the fourth annual Crawfest Music Festival...

Women's Association Celebrates Centennial

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The Tulane University Women's Association celebrates its centennial this year. TUWA has brought together Tulane women for parties, lectures, book clubs, bridge, knitting groups and social and...

Architecture School Hosts Latin American Symposium

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The Tulane School of Architecture will present "EN EL AULA: Beyond Latin American Architecture," a symposium and workshop on Friday–Sunday (April 9–11) encouraging leading scholars to...

Photo: In Bud

        

 



Trees in bloom create a beautiful setting for uptown campus tours by prospective students. (Photo by Paula Burch-Celentano)




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Employees Reach Milestone Anniversaries

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Kathleen S. Crago, office manager in the Newcomb Music Department, says she isn't musically inclined but she has devoted 30 years to keeping the music department running smoothly. Add to that her...

Opera and Overdoses

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What do you do when your star tenor apparently drops dead and the opera must go on? Hilarity ensues as a stage manager tries to replace his star performer with his personal assistant in the last...

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