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Newcomb Scholars: Seeking Knowledge

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In the seminar “Seeking Knowledge: How Various Disciplines Recognize Truth,” 20 young women of Tulane's Newcomb Scholars Program are learning what it means to do research. Sophomores Briah Fischer...

Photo: Cycling Weather

        

 



With perfect October weather, bicycling is a pleasant way to get around the uptown campus. This cyclist spins past Stanley Thomas Hall. (Photo by Paula Burch-Celentano)




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More Mold Allergies After Katrina?

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Researchers at the Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine have determined that there is no excess risk of adverse respiratory health problems for residents living in post-Katrina New...

Photos: Crescent City Changes

        

 




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Business Forum Looks at Leveraging Resources

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Peter Ricchiuti, assistant dean at the A. B. Freeman School of Business, has seen Black Monday, the dot-com boom and bust, the subprime mortgage crisis and the worldwide financial meltdown, yet he...

Finding Funding

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Behind the cadre of researchers at Tulane University stands a team of associates prepared to help them gain the financial support they need to pursue new inquiry. The Office of Research...

Helluva Auction, Party Set for Homecoming

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Going once ... tickets to the US Open finals and a behind-the-scenes experience with the cast of “Treme.” Going twice ... dinner with Scott and Margie Cowen and Olivia and Archie Manning, and a...

Wanted: Elevator Pitches

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Got an idea to improve life in New Orleans? Enter the 2010 PitchNOLA competition and you could win $5,000 to make it a reality. ...

Model City in Trying Times

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In a rousing speech to a crowded ballroom in the Roosevelt Hotel on Friday (Oct. 1), New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu discussed why the city has been an incubator for innovation in the years...

New Orleans Sound to Fill Quad

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Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue are storming in for Tulane's homecoming weekend the same way they've exploded onto the national music scene — with a fresh sound and an irresistible New Orleans...

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