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Tulane Forms Flu Task Force

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Responding to the ongoing threat of influenza A (H1N1), formerly called "swine flu," Tulane University officials have organized a Flu Emergency Task Force initiated by Dr. Pierre Buekens, dean of...

A New Look at Cuba

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On Monday, (April 28) the U.S. State Department announced that its diplomats were reaching out to Cuban officials. Earlier in the month, the Obama administration lifted a five-year-old restriction...

Stephanopoulos Wraps Up Carville's Class

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The culminating event in James Carville's political science class had two veterans of the 1992 presidential campaign of Bill Clinton — Carville himself and George Stephanopoulos — talking, joking...

Business Students Combat "Brain Drain"

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New Orleans experienced an unprecedented influx of young professionals in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, but the challenge now, civic leaders say, is how to keep these talented 20- and 30-...

Facility Benefits Cancer Researchers

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Tulane cancer researchers who use tissue samples in their experiments now have an in-house resource to help them in their laboratory studies. The Louisiana Cancer Research Consortium's Biospecimen...

Law Students Team Up to Help Artists

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With musicians working 24 hours a day and other creative artists flocking to the city, Tulane University law students are finding New Orleans a great locale in which to become versed in...

Famed 1938 City Guide Still Pertinent Today

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Subtle and elusive, New Orleans always has presented a challenge to those who want to tell its story. Few books have done the job as well as The 1938 New Orleans City Guide. First...

The Chinese Connection

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As China's economy expands by leaps and bounds, there's a new openness toward philosophical inquiry taking place in the Asian giant. The Chinese are eager to learn about the classics of Western...

Campus Buzzing With Ellen's Tweets

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Ellen DeGeneres is excited about her upcoming Commencement address at Tulane University and she can't help Twittering about it. Transforming a portion of the Gibson Quad into an impromptu stage on...

New Poll: City More Unified Than Not

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A newly released poll suggests that New Orleans residents are unified across racial lines regarding the direction of the city and the challenges facing the next mayor, said political strategist...

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