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Honor Society Taps First-Year Students


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.


Lectures Feature Distinguished Speakers


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.


Employee's Lens Captures New Orleans Culture


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...

Tulane Names New Law School Dean


David Meyer, associate dean for academic affairs and law professor at the University of Illinois, has been named the dean and Mitchell Franklin Professor of Law at Tulane University School of Law...

One Heck of a Season


The final week of play for the Tulane women's basketball team was indicative of the rest of the season, with highs and lows. First came the Green Wave's victorious sweep of Conference USA, taking...

Photos: McAlister Celebration



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McAlister Celebration
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Student Examines Antebellum History of Church, Slaves


Michael Goldston, a master of arts candidate in history, has conducted research that shows in the decade and a half before the Civil War, the Episcopal Diocese ministered to thousands of slaves on...

ACLU: Still Fighting for Liberty


While he was a student in law school, Anthony Romero began fighting for the rights of the underprivileged. During his visit to Tulane Law School as the 2010 Dreyfous Lecturer, he shared his story...

Take the "Ride of Your Life" to Beat Diabetes


Dr. Vivian Fonseca invites people in the Tulane community to enjoy a morning on wheels with the Tulane Riders as they join with hundreds of area cyclists for the American Diabetes Association's...

Make Way for Green Space


Students and faculty and staff members were in a crowd of well-wishers on Thursday (March 18) to dedicate the McAlister Place Pedestrian Way on the uptown campus in true Louisiana style, with...