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Construction Begins on Research Center

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The long-awaited kickoff of construction for the new Louisiana Cancer Research Center officially takes place today (April 15) with a ceremony at the site in downtown New Orleans at Tulane and...

"Spirit of Service" Award Goes to Langford

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Tulane senior point guard Ashley Langford is one of 12 recipients of the Conference USA Spirit of Service award that recognizes her excellence in community service and academic achievement, as...

Student's Can-Do Art in New York

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During spring break, Ryan Watkins-Hughes, a master of fine arts candidate in digital media at Tulane, mounted his debut New York solo show. For his project, “From Gallery to Grocery: Yes, We...

Sculptor Donates Papers to University

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Dr. Arthur Silverman, internationally renowned New Orleans sculptor, artist and physician, has donated his papers to Tulane University. Comprising his correspondence, designs, photographs,...

Interior Secretary Gathers Local Input

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Interior Secretary Ken Salazar came to Tulane on Wednesday (April 8) for a public hearing on the Department of the Interior's findings on Outer Continental Shelf energy resources and the impact of...

Talking Green

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In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, many saw the widespread rebuilding effort as an opportunity to reinvent New Orleans as an environmentally sustainable city. Global Green USA, a national...

A Night of Marvelous Reading

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Highly acclaimed writer Joan Didion visited McAlister Auditorium on Tulane's campus on Monday night (April 6) as the third author in the English department's annual Great Writers Series. Didion, a...

Young Golf Team Leads C-USA Field

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The 30th-ranked Tulane women's golf team, which bested 13 other schools in a Mississippi tournament on Sunday (April 5), is heading into the Conference USA tournament as the league's highest-...

McKibben: Attack Global Warming Now

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Environmentalist and author Bill McKibben was on campus Saturday (April 4) sounding a call to arms for reversing the effects of global warming in the narrow window of time that remains to do so....

Loyalty and Longevity of Employees Recognized

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Fleeing Fidel Castro's communist regime in Cuba, Rogelio Perez came to Tulane University to work as a plumber's helper in 1968. With the wages he has earned in more than 40 years at Tulane, Perez...

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