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The Spiritual Marketplace

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Supply and demand, that delicate relationship between producers and consumers, is perhaps the central dynamic of a market economy. In an hour when all eyes are fixed on the shifting sands of the...

Golfers Tee Up to Support Student-Athletes

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It was a beautiful day to be on the golf course when 145 Tulane supporters teed up Monday (March 30) for the Tulane Classic to raise money for Green Wave athletics. While three pro athletes —...

Professors Win Early Career Awards

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Two professors in the School of Science and Engineering have received prestigious National Science Foundation CAREER Awards. The grants will allow W T. Godbey and James Donahue to firmly establish...

Students Break With Tradition This Spring

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Traditionally, college spring break has been a time for fun on the beach or a trip home to visit family. Some Tulane students, however, are trading in their beach towels for a chance to help...

Wave Prepares for Fall Football

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Football season is nearly five months away for the Green Wave, but preparations are already under way at the Westfeldt practice facility on the uptown campus, where spring drills began on Tuesday...

Writing Fund Creates Literary Buzz

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A transplanted Kiwi is contributing to the literary landscape of the Crescent City. Paula Morris, a native of New Zealand, is garnering accolades for her books while she encourages her Tulane...

Voice Full of Praise

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She's arguably the most popular woman on the uptown campus, at least on the days when checks are cut. Yolanda Jackson greets every entrance into the accounting office with her trademark south...

Post-Katrina Stress, Heart Problems Linked

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Chronic stress following Hurricane Katrina contributed to a three-fold increase in heart attacks in New Orleans more than two years after levee breaches flooded most of the city, according to...

"Diseases of Poverty" Under a Microscope

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Tulane RESULTS, a student grassroots organization dedicated to ending hunger and poverty, will host a three-day series of seminars on the “Diseases of Poverty” beginning on Wednesday (April 1),...

Students Mentor Young Writers

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Fifth- and sixth-graders at Samuel J. Green Charter School in New Orleans are starting a school newspaper with the help of Tulane University students enrolled in “The Teaching of Writing,” a...

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