Skip to main content
Tulane Home Tulane Home

The news section which includes newwave stories and slideshows

Surgeon General Reaches Out on Oil Spill

 | 
  

Dr. Regina Benjamin, surgeon general of the U.S. Public Health Service and a Tulane alumna, visited New Orleans on Thursday (July 22) to conduct a meeting of community leaders on the effects of...

Images of the Old Southwest

 | 
  

The New Orleans Museum of Art will unveil a little-known American Indian archive from Tulane University on Saturday (July 24). “Ancestors and Descendants: Ancient Southwestern America at the Dawn...

A Revolution Under Way in South America

 | 
  

Is Venezuela president Hugo Chavez a dictator who clamps down on freedom of the press? Following a New Orleans showing of director Oliver Stone's new film South of the Border, Tulane...

Katrina: In Their Own Words

 | 
  

The steps of the Reily Student Recreation Center look like a boat launch in the photograph taken days after Hurricane Katrina. The words of Tony Lorino bring the picture to life: “The floodwater...

Young Actors Launch <i>The Tempest</i>

 | 
  

After spending weeks this summer training with the New Orleans Shakespeare Festival at Tulane, students from 11 New Orleans area schools will take to the stage starting tonight (July 21) for the...

Drilling Moratorium Could Cripple State Economy

 | 
  

The Obama administration issued a new offshore drilling moratorium on July 12 that extends through November. That decision — as well as the federal government's appeal of a ruling that struck down...

Book Drive Benefits Two Public Schools

 | 
  

Amanda Buberger smiles as she leaves her office on the Tulane uptown campus to walk to Benjamin Banneker Elementary School, because she is heading to a date with her “reading buddy,” second-grader...

Photo: An Aerial View

        

 



Aboard a Mississippi National Guard reconnaissance flight, Tulane toxicologist LuAnn White, right, talks with 1st Lt. David E. Leiva, a Tulane alumnus. White is one of several scientists to take...

More Harm Than Good?

 | 
  

Much has been made recently about the rift between Louisiana officials and scientists over the prudency of building coastal sand berms as a defensive measure against the Gulf oil spill. Among...

Mentoring Women Leaders

 | 
  

Dr. Jeanette Magnus, chair of community health sciences at the Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, has been selected as one of 54 senior women faculty for the 2010–2011 class...

Pages