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Tranquil Transformation


Step onto the bamboo floor at the Diboll Studios and you're in an oasis of tranquility on the uptown campus. The two new studios, a transformation of space that was the Diboll Conference...

Newcomb Pottery Inspires Garden


Steps away from the uptown campus studios where decades of Newcomb artists have gotten their start, a decorative sign with yellow irises leads the way to the Newcomb Pottery Garden — where...

Photo: Sign of the Times



Classes are under way at the newest School of Continuing Studies satellite campus in Madison, Miss. City officials are so pleased with the Tulane presence that they rolled out a highway-sized...

Serious Thinking About Standards


The Tulane School of Medicine and Tulane Medical Center have begun a new initiative to improve patient safety and prevent medical errors by bolstering quality standards. The hospital and school...

Forty Winks May Be Hard After Trauma


Nightmares and hyper-vigilance ruin the sleep of many trauma survivors. Thanks to two Tulane-affiliated psychologists, survivors of traumatic experiences now have a new tool to help them and their...

Photos: A Welcome Event



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Art on display grabs the...

Roots of AIDS Virus May Be Ancient


The HIV-like virus that infects monkeys is thousands of years older than previously thought, according to a new study led by researchers from Tulane University.

Simian immunodeficiency...

Master's Program Targets Sustainability


The Tulane University School of Architecture has launched a new master's degree program in sustainable real estate development that will prepare students from diverse fields to explore the...

Homecoming and a "New" Orleans Weekend


With its new bronze exterior and fresh white roof covering, the Louisiana Superdome will be a beacon to Green Wave fans on Oct. 9 for Tulane Homecoming 2010. The Superdome's recently completed...

Photo: Sunset View



At sunset, a crane towers over the construction site for a new residence hall on the uptown campus. (Photo by Grant Davis)