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Signs of Resilience

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Through the voices of survivors, volunteers and those having their homes rebuilt, stories of Hurricane Katrina will be told in video, music and live performance in “Women of NOLA: Voices of...

Selling the Perks of Science

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Louisiana's first lady, Supriya Jindal, wants to expose more of the state's children to math- and science-based careers. On Friday (April 3) she charged engineers at the ninth annual Tulane...

MBA Candidates Become Globetrotters

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For the first time since adding an MBA travel component three years ago, the A. B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane sent its entire full-time MBA class — including both first-year and second-...

Student Examines Impact of Smoking Ban in Turkey

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Belgin Erten, an undergraduate student of evolutionary biology and public health, recently got a firsthand look at the effects of a nationwide tobacco smoking ban in Turkey. Just months after the...

The Spiritual Marketplace

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Supply and demand, that delicate relationship between producers and consumers, is perhaps the central dynamic of a market economy. In an hour when all eyes are fixed on the shifting sands of the...

Professors Win Early Career Awards

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Two professors in the School of Science and Engineering have received prestigious National Science Foundation CAREER Awards. The grants will allow W T. Godbey and James Donahue to firmly establish...

Golfers Tee Up to Support Student-Athletes

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It was a beautiful day to be on the golf course when 145 Tulane supporters teed up Monday (March 30) for the Tulane Classic to raise money for Green Wave athletics. While three pro athletes —...

Students Break With Tradition This Spring

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Traditionally, college spring break has been a time for fun on the beach or a trip home to visit family. Some Tulane students, however, are trading in their beach towels for a chance to help...

Writing Fund Creates Literary Buzz

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A transplanted Kiwi is contributing to the literary landscape of the Crescent City. Paula Morris, a native of New Zealand, is garnering accolades for her books while she encourages her Tulane...

Wave Prepares for Fall Football

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Football season is nearly five months away for the Green Wave, but preparations are already under way at the Westfeldt practice facility on the uptown campus, where spring drills began on Tuesday...

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