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Spinners Going Nowhere Faster

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Spinning classes are one of the most popular activities at the Reily Student Recreation Center, enjoyed by nearly 400 students, faculty, staff and alumni each week. There is seldom an empty bike...

Students to Study Sotomayor

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As Judge Sonia Sotomayor sat in the hot seat during her Supreme Court confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Tulane political science professor Nancy Maveety watched with...

Is it a Coup in Honduras?

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As diplomatic talks between deposed Honduran President Miguel Zelaya and the representatives of the government that took over following his ouster continue to mire in deadlock, questions remain as...

Law Puts Healthy Food on the Menu

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Louisianans who lack access to fresh produce will be one step closer to having the option to purchase healthy foods in their communities thanks to the enactment of a new law that was informed by...

Guatemala Through Their Eyes

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Members of the Tulane University Innovative Learning Center are on location shooting audio and video content for a multimedia learning program that teaches the "less commonly taught language" of...

Poet's Corner With Peter Cooley

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English professor Peter Cooley read from his latest book Divine Margins during a poetry reading at the Paris American Academy on Thursday (July 16). Before he left for France, Cooley sat...

How to Restore a Bayou

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Located adjacent to the Lower Ninth Ward in New Orleans, Bayou Bienvenue was once central to a thriving cypress swamp. Over the years, the native ecology of that area has been decimated by storms...

Homeland Security Hits Master's Level

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Former marine James Gillis graduated in May from the undergraduate program in homeland security offered through the Tulane School of Continuing Studies, but he's looking forward to continuing his...

Recent Graduate To Debut Play

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It's been a big year for Helen Jaksch. In May, she wrapped up her college career on a high note — representing her class as the student commencement speaker. Now, Jaksch is preparing to debut a...

Students Join Cross-country Book Club

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A novel about an awkward teenager born in the Dominican Republic but raised in New Jersey is this year's choice for the Tulane Reading Project. Incoming students attending summer orientation were...

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