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The French Connection

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The Tulane University Department of French and Italian, Newcomb College Center for Research on Women and Ecole Bilingue de la Nouvelle-Orléans are collaborating to host a Tournées Film Festival...

Earning an "A" for Arts

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Its exhibit of contemporary Cuban art ends on March 4, but the reputation of the Newcomb Art Gallery keeps growing. The Cuban exhibit, part of citywide festival of cultural events, is one example...

Play Examines College-Aged Relationships

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Why do we try to mold and mend the people closest to us? What are the consequences of such transformations? These questions are central to The Shape of Things, the latest production to...

Photo: Quiet Contemplation

        

 



Taking advantage of a quiet moment, a student works on a reading assignment in Goldring/Woldenberg Hall II on the uptown campus. (Photo by Paula Burch-Celentano)




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New Affiliation for Training Family Doctors

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The Family Medicine Residency Program at East Jefferson General Hospital is now affiliated with Tulane University School of Medicine, an initiative that further extends Tulane's commitment to...

Doctor Goes Bald for the Cause

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With the help of young patients at Tulane Hospital for Children on Thursday (Feb. 18), Dr. Todd Wasko kicked off a month of fundraising and head-shaving to fight childhood cancer.

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Symposium Spotlights Emerging Technologies

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Research shows that just a tiny percentage of technological innovations cross over to mainstream success, but that doesn't stop entrepreneurs from pumping millions of dollars into emerging...

Staff to Celebrate Family Fun Day

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While Lundi Gras on Feb. 15 officially was a staff appreciation day that provided Tulane staff members time off to be with family, this Saturday (Feb. 27) is a different kind of celebration. Staff...

Did Gangster Al Capone Serve a Social Good?

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Chicago's Al Capone is perhaps America's best known gangster from the 1920s' Prohibition era. And his notoriety, like that of other public enemies, has been shaped by movies, TV and radio. But...

Photos: Dance Fever

        

 




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Dance Fever
Swing dancing lessons...

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