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Carnival: An Enduring Connection

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In his book Authentic New Orleans, sociologist Kevin Gotham writes, "… although other cities around the world celebrate Mardi Gras, none have the intemperate and licentious reputation,...

Parade of Champions

        

 




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Parade of Champions
In downtown...

Wellness Classes Target Obesity in Kids

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UnitedHealth Group has awarded two $1,000 grants for programs aimed at fighting childhood obesity in the community to the New Orleans Children's Health Project, a program of the Tulane University...

Law Students Compete on Appeals

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Carnival isn't just about parades and festivities. For Tulane Law School, it's also time for the Mardi Gras Invitational Competition. Teams from 40 colleges and universities are in New Orleans for...

Students Celebrate Year of the Tiger

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The Chinese community at Tulane University is celebrating the "year of the tiger" with several events to ring in the start of the Chinese New Year.

"Chinese New Year is a period, not...

Focus on Classroom Technology

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Representatives of two computer manufacturers and the state of Louisiana Department of Education will be among those on hand today (Feb. 10) for "Teaching Through Technology," sponsored by the...

Super Bowl Boosters

        

 




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Super Bowl Boosters
Among the fans...

Taking Care of Tiny Hearts

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The Pediatric Heart Center at Tulane Hospital for Children debuted the first and only combined hybrid cath lab and operating room suite in Louisiana this month. One of only 10 such hybrid cath...

Hope for Hemorrhagic Fevers

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The National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases, part of the National Institutes of Health, has awarded a five-year contract totaling more than $15 million to Tulane University for its...

Supersized King Cake, Anyone?

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At 400 feet, it's a supersized king cake, and teams will compete to decorate it on the Lavin-Bernick Center Quad today (Feb. 10) on the uptown campus.

Fifteen teams had signed up...

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