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Katrina Revisited: "American Phoenix"

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In 2005, just three months after Hurricane Katrina, history professor Randy Sparks and his Tulane colleague Bruce Raeburn joined a group of French scholars in Paris for one of the first...

Tulane Goes "Mad"

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Anyone who's watched the tell-it-like-it-is host of CNBC's “Mad Money w/ Jim Cramer” knows that an hour of his boisterous persona rarely disappoints viewers and sets his show apart from typical...

Photos: Looking for Interviews

        

 




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Career expo
Grabbing a clipboard, senior...

Survey Targets <i>New Wave</i> Readers

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New Wave, the online daily news publication of Tulane University, is looking for reader input. A reader survey is available online through Monday (Oct. 25).

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Miners' Mental Health Remains Bright

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With all 33 Chilean miners now safely back on the Earth's surface, Charles Figley, who holds the Paul Henry Kurzweg Chair in Disaster Mental Health in the Tulane School of Social Work, says the...

Spreading the Word About Breast Cancer

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With late-stage breast cancer diagnoses on the rise among African American women, a new interactive DVD has been released during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The DVD is targeted to...

Green Wave Rappers "Bringing the Pain"

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Sure, there always will be the Tulane Fight Song. But Green Wave fans have a new anthem to get “crunk” to — a rap written and performed by members of the Green Wave football team.

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Get Out the Vote for Debate Team

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A New Orleans middle school's debate team, launched and coached by Tulane students working with the Tulane Center for Public Service and English department, is competing to win a $50,000 grant...

Photos: Alumni Reunite

        

 




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emeritus reception
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Award-Winning Students

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Claire Marie Noell, a first-year student in the School of Medicine, is one of four in-state students continuing their medical studies with a merit award from the Louisiana Medical...

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