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Pirate Problem Hard to Solve

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Not that long ago, the mention of pirates would have conjured images of swashbuckling scoundrels sailing under billowing sails and the Jolly Roger. More recently, the images are likely to be of...

Staff Step Lively

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When it's time for lunch on the uptown campus, Jean Mouton, a user analyst at the A. B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane, sets out for more than just a meal. She joins about 15 co-workers in...

Water, Water - It Isn't Everywhere

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Tulane international social work students are raising public awareness about global health issues. This summer, four student-led groups picked a variety of issues to highlight including clean...

Jewish Identity and Society

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A new book by Tulane professor Brian Horiwitz offers a model of individuals and institutions struggling with a concern central to Jews in America and around the world — how to retain a strong...

Green Future for Dinwiddie Hall

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During the next 14 months, an old building on the uptown campus will become a leader in energy efficiency. Massive renovations are under way at Dinwiddie Hall, which had been home to several...

Uptown Campus Warms Up for 5K

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If you need to exercise — and in New Orleans with its many food temptations, who doesn&#39#39;t? — a pleasant walk or run through the lush uptown campus works perfectly. Now Tulane athletics...

Students Aid Gulf Coast Recovery

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Since the university reopened following Hurricane Katrina, Tulane students have pitched in to lend a helping hand in the Gulf Coast's recovery. In that spirit, some architecture students had an...

Leading the Way in Disaster Management

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Tulane University has launched the Disaster Management Leadership Academy, the first university program in the nation to offer training through the doctoral level in international disaster...

Doctor Heads to Summer Camp

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Dr. Michael Landry is going to camp again this summer. This June marks his 25th year attending Camp Pelican — a classic week-long summer camp for kids, but one with an important difference....

Narrative Vase Joins Collection

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The Newcomb Art Gallery at Tulane University has added to its collection a rare piece of Newcomb Pottery. The 1901 high-glaze vase shows storm clouds breaking over a flooded Mississippi River with...

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