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Summer Studies in Costa Rica


A group of Tulane students will be heading to Costa Rica in June for five weeks of classes on environmental ecology and political science within a thriving reservoir of Latin American culture....

An Exemplary Scientist


Chemical and biomolecular engineering professor Vijay John was honored during a ceremony at the Lavin-Bernick Center as this year's School of Science and Engineering Outstanding Researcher on...

Photo: Azalea Season



Prospective students and their families tour the uptown campus amid a riot of color. (Photo by Paula Burch-Celentano)


Saving Circle Food


Spare the Rod, Calm the Child


Children who are spanked early in life are more likely to develop aggressive behavior, even when you account for possible confounding factors, according to a new study co-authored by researchers...

Stockton Named Louisiana Coach of the Year


The Louisiana Sports Writers Association has named head women's basketball coach Lisa Stockton Louisiana Coach of the Year. Stockton was similarly honored by the organization in 1995, her first...

Students Seek Spring Break Alternatives


A group of 12 Tulane students opted to go to Buenos Aires, Argentina, for spring break. It wasn't the lure of a seaside vacation that attracted them. It was a Tulane Hillel trip focusing on public...

Of Mergers and Acquisitions


On April 15–16, an anticipated 300 movers, shakers, planners and negotiators will converge on New Orleans to attend Tulane Law School's annual Corporate Law Institute. CNBC will be on hand to...

Students Launch Drive to Save Lives


The Tulane Jewish Leaders program, an initiative of Tulane Hillel, is holding a bone marrow drive today (April 12) through April 16.

Approximately 70 student volunteers will be taking...

Photos: Alternative Spring Breaks



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Alternative Spring Breaks
On a spring...