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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...

Office of Global Health Opens

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“It's no secret that our world is getting smaller,” remarked Provost Michael Bernstein on the opening of the Tulane Office of Global Health on Wednesday (April 22). “In the university, too, the...

Class Studies New Orleans Youth

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Every Monday this semester, Michael Cunningham sits amid a circle of upper-level undergraduates and leads a discussion on the developmental psychology of New Orleans youth. Each week he asks his...

On Stage at Jazz Fest

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Nick Spitzer has been in the business of asking questions for 30 years. For the next two weekends the veteran interviewer will indulge his curiosity about American music and culture at the...

New Board Members Have Campus Ties

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Jill Henkin Glazer, a Palm Beach, Fla., civic leader, and Andrew Wisdom, an investment management consultant and co-founder of a New Orleans-based startup technology company, are the newest...

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