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Researchers Target Aggressive Form of Breast Cancer

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Tulane researcher Brian Rowan and his team are tackling the problem of triple-negative breast cancer, which is particularly aggressive and difficult to treat effectively. They are testing a...

Billy Collins Brings Poetry to McAlister

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In its quest to make Tulane “a literary hub,” the English department is bringing two stars of literature to the uptown campus — acclaimed poet Billy Collins tonight (March 16), followed by author...

Disc Jockeys Ready for Record Air Time

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Three WTUL disc jockeys are testing their record-playing endurance during 24-hour stints for D.J. weekend, beginning at noon today (Friday, March 13) in Pocket Park on the uptown campus. Each...

Joe Klein Bids Farewell to Reagan Era

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“The end of the Reagan era is drawing near,” said political columnist Joe Klein to an audience of students and community members attending his lecture in McAlister Auditorium on Wednesday (March...

Mellon Series Examines Measuring of Minds

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Nélia Dias, the Andrew W. Mellon Professor in Humanities at Tulane University for the spring 2009 semester, has organized a lecture series on “Measurement and Knowledge: The Quantification of...

Scientists Seek to Understand Channel-Like Erosion

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An article co-authored by a Tulane scientist examines the role that groundwater plays in eroding the surface of the earth — a dynamic that could have implications for New Orleans-area levees.

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Writing: An Exercise in Urgency

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For novelist Claire Messud, on campus this week as the 24th Zale Writer-in-Residence, writing is often an exercise in urgency.

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Biomedical Engineering Students Think Big for the Disabled

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At the 20th annual Biomedical Engineering Design Show on Saturday (March 7), senior Tulane students debuted their designs for devices to assist people with disabilities. Program founder David Rice...

"Women Representing"

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A cadre of women artists working at the cutting edge of film and new media have gathered on the Tulane uptown campus to present and discuss their work as well as lead two production workshops. “...

Forging the Environment for Innovation

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When Burkenroad Institute director Laura Cardinal selected the topic for this year's Burkenroad Symposium — Leadership and the Eye for Innovation — she knew it was a subject of interest to...

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