Skip to main content
Tulane Home Tulane Home

The news section which includes newwave stories and slideshows

Photo: The Everlasting Bonfire

        

 



Shad Willingham, left, and Amanda Zirkenbach perform a scene from The Everlasting Bonfire, with performances at Lupin Theater on the uptown campus through June 20. The play is written and...

Photo: United Way Winner

        

 



Dr. William Gill, right, professor of pediatrics at the Tulane School of Medicine, is the proud owner of this year's United Way incentive gift at Tulane, a print of the “Blue Dog” with Drew Brees...

Paying It Forward

 | 
  

Tulane surgeons performed what is believed to be the first “domino” paired-donor kidney exchange in Louisiana at Tulane Medical Center. Three patients in dire need of a kidney transplant received...

Photo: Taking on the Oil Spill

        

 



Political strategist Mary Matalin, right, raises a hand she dipped in oil from Pass a Loutre, La., as she talks with news media recently about the Gulf of Mexico oil spill. In the background are...

Banning Barbie

 | 
  

In an attempt to deter the influence of Western culture in their country, Iranian government officials have banned the import of Barbie dolls and several other American-branded toys. Adeline...

"Love"s Labor"s Lost": All About Youth

 | 
  

During the 17th season of the New Orleans Shakespeare Festival at Tulane, Buzz Podewell, associate professor of theater, and Ron Gural, professor of theater and artistic director of the festival,...

Students Bring Health Care to Hispaniola

 | 
  

Tulane medical and public health students are traveling to the Caribbean island of Hispaniola this summer to provide health care for a rural village in Haiti and for Haitian refugees in Haiti's...

Media Turn to Faculty to Grasp Oil Disaster

 | 
  

Last week Michael Blum, assistant professor of ecology and evolutionary biology, took MSNBC's ...

A Memorable History Lesson

 | 
  

There was no “Sophie's Choice” involved in deciding whether or not to take “The Holocaust in Film and Literature.” Given professor Brian Horowitz's well-known flair for teaching and the course's...

Top Award for Young Scientist

 | 
  

Tulane neurobiologist Benjamin Hall has received a National Science Foundation Career Award. Over the next five years, the grant will provide $920,000 in funding for Hall"s laboratory research and...

Pages