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Week for Peace Starts With Community Service

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Strengthening the links between social justice and community service, the 23rd annual Martin Luther King Jr. Week for Peace commences on Saturday (Jan. 17) as volunteers from Tulane, Dillard,...

Faculty Receive Community-based Research Grants

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With a community-based research grant,Tulane faculty member Sadredin “Dean” Moosavi will expand his efforts assessing beach erosion on Grand Isle, La., with students, residents and Grand Isle...

Church Played "Unpredictable" Role in Russian Art

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Tulane professor William Brumfield has recorded, for 40 years, in words and photographs, the history of Russian architecture as it developed in major cities and outlying regions. Yet the artistry...

Reily Center Celebrates 20 Years of Fitness

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The Reily Student Recreation Center turns 20 years old this year. That milestone will be commemorated with a yearlong celebration that starts today (Jan. 14) from 5 to 7 p.m. in the Reily Atrium...

Louisiana Musicians on Stage With "American Routes"

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“American Routes,” the weekly public radio program devoted to music and musicians, stories and cultures from New Orleans, the Gulf South and America at large, is celebrating its 10th anniversary...

City's Recovery Blossoms With Volunteer Help

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Bridget Smith is a matchmaker. Since Hurricane Katrina, hundreds of thousands of volunteers have flooded into New Orleans offering their time and talent to help the city rebuild and recover. Smith...

"Hidden" Civil Rights Collection to Be Cataloged

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Libraries, archives and cultural institutions hold millions of items that have never been adequately described and are all but unknown to, and unused by, the scholars those organizations aim to...

Symposium to Explore Maya Calendar and Creation

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If you're curious about the intricacies of ancient Maya calendars and the relevance of December 2012, the Sixth Annual Tulane Maya Symposium and Teacher Workshop on “Maya Calendars and Creation”...

Retrospective of Franklin Adams' Artwork Opens at Carroll Gallery

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The work of the late Franklin Adams, professor of both architecture and art at Tulane University, is being celebrated in an exhibit at the Carroll Gallery in the Woldenberg Art Center of the...

Toll of Tobacco Smoking in China Burdens World Health

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A study carried out by a multinational team led by researchers at the Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine offers additional strong documentation that smoking is a significant risk...

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