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Medical Library Director Takes Advocacy Role

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The library at the Tulane School of Medicine has been a rich resource for doctors and medical students since the founding of the library in 1934. Named the Rudolph Matas Medical Library in 1937...

Stimulating New Research on Aging Issues

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Tulane University will host the National Institute on Aging Director's Regional Meeting on Aging Research on Tuesday, April 14, as the institute seeks to stimulate new investigations into age-...

Mark of the Potter Says "Newcomb"

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Stoneware platters are being produced in the Newcomb Art Department today and marked with an “N.” These platters look vastly different from the famed Newcomb Pottery of the first half of the 20th...

Quick Study on "Slow Food"

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Dreaming of fascinating conversation over a plate of good Italian food, perhaps in the shadow of a beautiful old Italian convent surrounded by Etruscan tombs? The Newcomb College Center for...

Katrina Class Goes to Match Day

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Match Day is always a special day for medical school seniors. On that day, graduating seniors learn at which institutions around the country they will be doing their residency training. But this...

Soft Sells in a Tough Economy

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In a tough economy, advertisers try using empathy and escapism to sell products and services, says Mita Sujan, a professor of marketing and consumer behavior at the Tulane A. B. Freeman School of...

Perspectives on Disaster Management

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“We create our own heroes” in the wake of disasters, said Joseph Contiguglia, clinical professor of environmental health sciences, as he spoke during a seminar on disaster management sponsored by...

Connick Among Leaders to Get Honorary Degrees

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Musician and actor Harry Connick Jr., HIV co-discoverer Françoise Barré-Sinoussi, healthcare advocate Jessie Gruman and architect William McDonough will receive honorary degrees at Tulane...

Billy Collins' Poetry Is Alive and Well

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Poet Billy Collins shared his joy of poetry with a thousand people on Monday (March 16) in McAlister Auditorium. Audience members laughed and clapped as Collins, a former poet laureate of the...

Battle for an HIV-free Generation

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The battle against HIV/AIDS “is now in your hands, guys. It's time for you, who have the determination, to take it on,” Sheila D. Tlou told students at the Tulane health sciences campus on...

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