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Books, Awards and Newcomers

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New books, accolades and newcomers to Tulane lead the latest campus news.

The Spaso House in Moscow was the setting for a presentation on Russian architecture and historic...

Antarctic Explorer

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Kimberly Roe, a doctoral student in earth and environmental sciences, embarked to Antarctica earlier this semester as part of an expedition funded by the National Science Foundation.

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From Cronkite to Comedy

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Last year a poll identified Jon Stewart of Comedy Central's "The Daily Show" as "the most trusted newsman in America," a mantle once held by news legend, Walter Cronkite. While that may seem to be...

Wanted: Books for Africa

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It's time to clean out your bookshelves and donate to a good cause. The Tulane American Red Cross Club is holding a book drive starting on Wednesday (April 28) to benefit students in Africa....

Healthy Look at Consumer Behavior

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Tulane marketing experts and physicians are collaborating in a series of studies that may provide insights on how to better motivate patients to follow their doctors' orders.

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Photo: Memories in Iron

        

 



An iron bench near Newcomb Hall, elaborately designed in a floral theme, is a part of campus history. (Photo by Tricia Travis)




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Photos: Wave of Runners

        

 




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Wave of Runners
Running and...

A Fan, a Cloth and Your Imagination

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Think sit-down as opposed to stand-up comedy. Equipped with only a fan, a cloth and a pillow on which to sit, Rakugo artist Katsura Kaishi had a Tulane University audience in stitches during a...

Academic All-Stars

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Tom Luongo has several good reasons to smile. The associate dean and director of the Honors Program at Newcomb-Tulane College proudly announces that four Tulane honors students have been...

Paving the Way for New Bike Lanes

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The census isn't the only counting project in town. Drivers on St. Charles Avenue and other byways may have noticed investigators from the Tulane Prevention Research Center counting cyclists and...

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