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Legal Ethics No Mystery

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In preparing a presentation for a Tulane Law School seminar course titled "Jurisprudence in Literature," attorney and author Tony Dunbar reread his first mystery novel, Crooked Man,...

Local Effects of Healthcare Reform

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When President Barack Obama signed healthcare reform into law, many uninsured Louisianans asked themselves, "How will this affect me and my family?"

The regional and local effects...

Photo: Health Care for All Children

        

 



U.S. Rep. Anh "Joseph" Cao visits on March 29 with a young patient at a mobile clinic of the New Orleans Children's Health Project, a program of the Tulane School of Medicine and the Children's...

Tulane Hosts Gates Millennium Scholars

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A group of 65 students from universities across the United States convened at Tulane for a Gates Millennium Scholars Foundation Graduate School Institute on March 22–23. The institute,...

Lisa Jackson Speaks at Law School Summit

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Environmental Protection Agency Administrator and Tulane graduate Lisa Jackson will deliver the keynote address for "Bound by Water," at the 15th annual Tulane Law School Summit on Environmental...

Making News

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David Kunian, graduate student in the Newcomb Department of Music, received a statewide honor from the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities in recognition of numerous radio...

Diabetes Rampant in China

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A large population-based study of diabetes in China conducted by Tulane researchers and their colleagues in China concluded that the disease is at epidemic proportions in the adult population of...

Student-designed Skate Park Looking for Votes

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With the help of students in the Tulane City Center of the School of Architecture, Chloe Wicks, an alumna and staff member in the Tulane Office of Alumni Affairs, is working to create a space for...

Excitement Builds for SA Cuba! Events

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The plan to bring an exhibit by Cuban artists to the Newcomb Art Gallery expanded dramatically as a campus committee tackled the project starting last September. Now the exhibit, opening on...

'Who Dat' Dogs

        

 



Even New Orleans dogs are ready to cheer on the Saints, the city's much-beloved football team. Giussi, left, and Luna, right, belong to Tulane alumni Andra Aitken and her husband, Ramiro Diaz....

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