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It"s Not Your Granddaddy"s Rat

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Students coming in for a quick dinner or a study-break snack may find themselves hanging around Der Rathskeller for a lot longer these days. Located in the basement of the Lavin-Bernick Center,...

Halting Men's Most Common Cancer

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International prostate cancer expert Dr. Oliver Sartor of the Tulane Cancer Center is the first U.S. oncologist to offer patients an experimental new treatment for late-stage prostate cancer...

Healthy Food for Healthy Neighborhoods

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has renewed a five-year, $5.3 million grant for the Prevention Research Center (PRC) at the Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical...

Medical Students Meet the Healthcare System

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In the midst of the nation's current healthcare reform controversy, third-year Tulane University medical students are completing their clerkships in both rural and urban areas, and, increasingly,...

Turkey Tradition: Groups Gather for Annual Meal

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The Office of Multicultural Affairs and the Office of International Students and Scholars continue a Thanksgiving dinner tradition on Tuesday (Nov. 24) beginning at 4:30 p.m. in the Qatar Ballroom...

Slam Poetry: "In Your Face"

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The first invitational poetry slam drew an appreciative audience to the uptown campus on Nov. 13, sponsored by Tulane University Campus Programming's Lagniappe program. Invented in Chicago in the...

EPA Leader Optimistic About Rebuilding

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Students at Tulane have a special role to play in this defining moment, Lisa Perez Jackson, administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, told the audience in Freeman Auditorium at the...

Students Coach Young Debaters

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Tulane students enrolled in the service-learning course "Aristotle in New Orleans" are coaching debate teams at three New Orleans middle schools. By using the rhetorical and dialectical methods of...

<i>The Hullabaloo</i> Earns National Honor

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The Tulane Hullabaloo regularly reports campus news to the university community, but now the student newspaper is making news. Earlier this month, the staff unexpectedly received the good...

The Art of Electronic Sound

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In the music science and technology program at Tulane University, students are applying intricate algorithms to create digital music. Tae Hong Park, an assistant professor and a composer of...

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