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Medical Degree in Six Years Plus One


The Tulane School of Medicine has created an innovative new program that enables top students to get their medical degrees faster and cheaper while giving back to underserved communities in New...

Photo: Friends Reunite



Tulane social work graduate Jessica Forstall, right, and Tsering, a monk from Nepal, share an embrace after Tuesday's (May 4) movie premiere of Karma Walkers at Tulane. The movie...

Green Legacy


After graduating this spring, Alice Zhang and David Gray will leave behind them a green legacy. For the last two years, the two student recycling coordinators have been key players in a number of...

Take Control of Diabetes


The Tulane School of Medicine is one of the partners participating in the Taking Control of Your Diabetes Conference and Health Fair on Saturday (May 8) at the Pontchartrain Center in Kenner, La...

Short and Sweet


Students looking for an intense course for full credit still have time to register for the two-week first session of summer school at Tulane University. Classes, including a creative writing...

Win No. 700 for Rick Jones


The Green Wave baseball team collected an 8-5 victory over the University of Louisiana-Monroe on Tuesday evening (May 4) at Greer Field at Turchin Stadium, handing head coach Rick Jones his 700th...

Photos: On Stage at Jazz Fest



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On Stage at Jazz Fest
Amanda Shaw is a New...

A Mission to the Mountains


In the second of two spring trips this year to the northwestern corner of Honduras, students involved in Mission Honduras will be putting the finishing touches on a new health clinic that will...

URBANbuild Makes it Right


The School of Architecture's URBANbuild program was conceived before Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast region, but after the storm, the project has become focused on the recovery process. This...

Students Learn All Things Shakespeare


When young actors take on William Shakespeare, they are guaranteed to learn more from the experience than just their lines. The Tulane All Things Shakespeare summer program grants local high...