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Photos: Fest of Global Cultures

        

 




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Fest of Global Cultures
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Students Help Local Entrepreneurs

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Jack and Jake's Local and Organic Market is a new business that plans to bring locally grown food to customers in underserved neighborhoods within three days of harvest, but to achieve that goal,...

Pitfalls of Positive Thinking

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"I'm here to speak out against positive thinking," author Barbara Ehrenreich proclaimed Wednesday (March 24) night as the Newcomb College Institute's Spring 2010 Powerhouse Speaker. Ehrenreich's...

Renowned Soprano Returns to Campus

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Soprano Marjorie Leake makes a return to New Orleans and the Tulane University uptown campus to perform for the Clara del Marmol and Annabelle Bernard Vocal Series at 7:30 p.m. today (March 25) in...

Students Make Waves at "Investor Idol"

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Xavier Cabo, Chonchol Gupta and Alex Owings may not have much in common with Kelly Clarkson or Adam Lambert, but they can all say they're idols. Rebirth Financial, a new company started by the...

Tulane Medical Team Heads for Haiti

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On Saturday (March 27) a team of Tulane volunteers, including physicians, medical students, alumni and staff members, will travel to Jacsonville, a rural community in Haiti with about 1,000...

Photos: Get Ready, Grads

        

 




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Get Ready, Grads
Commencement is...

Honor Society Taps First-Year Students

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Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society has inducted 405 first-year Tulane students into the organization, the largest group of inductees in the 55-year history of the Tulane chapter.

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Lectures Feature Distinguished Speakers

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The Newcomb College Institute and the Tulane Law School are each bringing distinguished speakers to the uptown campus this week for lectures that are open to the public.

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Employee's Lens Captures New Orleans Culture

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Through Sunday (March 28), visitors to the New Orleans African American Museum of Art, Culture and History have the opportunity to see photography by Richard Keller, a support services supervisor...

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