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Books Help Children Overcome Bullies, Fear

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Bullying and dealing with fear are common challenges for children, so five Tulane School of Social Work students joined forces for their final professional project before graduation to help area...

The Envelope, Please

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With a rousing performance of the bugle call "Charge" on his trumpet, Dr. Marc Kahn called the Tulane School of Medicine's 2010 Match Day Ceremony to order on Thursday (March 18). Match Day is a...

New Orleans Welcomes Les Blank

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Prize-winning independent documentary filmmaker Les Blank is in the spotlight in New Orleans, where he will be honored with a retrospective of his career on Saturday (March 20) at the Ogden Museum...

Good Health Starts Here

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A group of Tulane medical residents will hold a free health fair on Sunday (March 21) from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the Walmart Supercenter, 1901 Tchoupitoulas St. in New Orleans.

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Fest to Celebrate Global Cultures

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On Saturday (March 20) from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m., the 2010 Tulane International Food and Music Festival will bring food, fun and entertainment from all corners of the globe to the uptown campus....

Darryl Berger Selected for New Hospital Board

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Tulane University has selected New Orleans businessman and community leader Darryl Berger as its representative on the board that will govern the proposed University Medical Center, an academic...

Students Take the Stage

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Powered by the work of student actors and directors, two classic one-act plays by Thornton Wilder will open today (March 18) at McWilliams Hall on the uptown campus.

Following the...

Focus on Obama and International Law

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How has international policy shifted during the Obama Administration? That question forms the theme of a free symposium on Friday (March 19) at Tulane Law School.

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Center for Cultural Judaism Convenes on Campus

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A gathering of Jewish intellectuals whose expertise lies in Judaism as a vibrant culture — not solely a religion — will convene on the Tulane University uptown campus March 20–22. The Tulane...

Science Crusade

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Few people are good at talking about things they can't understand. Brian Greene, however, has made a career of researching — and talking about — something that even he admits borders on...

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