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Who Will Be Newcomb Scholars?

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Four weeks into the semester and with first exams ahead, students are busy focusing on the semester's challenges. First-year women students have a new and broader opportunity to think about — the...

Book Captures "Flavor of the City"

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In the next few weeks, recently retired Times-Picayune columnist Angus Lind will begin to promote Prime Angus, a compilation of selected pieces from his 32 years as a columnist...

On the Road to Wellness

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George McClain is one of the many residents of New Orleans who is glad that Tulane Community Health On the Road visits his neighborhood every week. Last March, he walked two blocks from his home...

Students Like Night Programs

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The Howard-Tilton Memorial Library is open past 1 a.m. most nights and the Lavin-Bernick Center is accessible 24 hours a day for late-night studiers and snack-eaters. But this semester, there are...

Let's Talk About Sex

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Getting teens to talk is never a challenge. Getting teens to talk about sex is a completely different story. Tulane University's Upward Bound program, New Orleans theater company Junebug...

Trendy Bookstore Styles Appeal to Students

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Keeping up with fashion trends may seem an unlikely job for Tulane bookstore manager Larry Jones. But sales of apparel emblazoned with the...

Donor Age Not a Factor in Kidney Transplant Success

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A single kidney from a very young donor maintains the health of an adult with kidney failure as well as a kidney from an older donor, according to a study by Dr. Rubin Zhang and colleagues in the...

Students Sip and Study

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Students are taking advantage of the newest study spot on campus, which gives them access to video equipment check-out and provides beyond-basic software on its computers. The PJ's Coffee bar and...

Natural History Museum Receives $1.2 Million Grant

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The Tulane Museum of Natural History received a grant of nearly $1.2 million from the National Science Foundation to redesign a leading computer program it developed to help researchers around the...

Ergonomics Is Theme of Expo

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Do you have a sore neck? Aching back? Perhaps your hands are throbbing and numb? If the problem is related to your office or workstation setup, the solution may be addressed next week at the...

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