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Meaningful Merchandise


Holiday shopping during periods of economic downturn doesn't have to be gloomy. In fact, the IN Exchange shop located in the Lavin-Bernick Center on the Tulane University uptown campus provides in...

Newcomb Scholars Debut


The H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial College Institute has introduced its first class of Newcomb Scholars. These 20 first-year women have already made big plans for the rest of their college careers at...

Beauty in Numbers


Math, science and art join hands in a series of images produced by faculty, postdoctoral researchers and students in the Center for Computational Science at Tulane University. For the second year...

Post-Katrina Curricula Evaluated


The Tulane University School of Social Work and Save the Children, an international organization that helps children in need, will present and discuss a special public report on the "Journey of...

Students Explore Economic Reality of Slavery


Students in Jonathan Pritchett's "Economics of Slavery" class are learning firsthand the power of the tools that economists have at their disposal for analyzing historical events.


Snow Day


As the calendar reads "December" and the holidays creep ever closer, we know winter is near, but sometimes it can be hard to tell in New Orleans. On Wednesday (Dec. 2) the Tulane School of Science...

National Press Club Hears Crescent City Story


On a cool and cloudy morning in our nation's capitol, Tulane University President Scott Cowen and New Orleans City Council President Arnie Fielkow sketched a bright but balanced picture of New...

Surgeon Pioneers "Scarless" Thyroid Surgery


Tulane surgeon Dr. Emad Kandil is one of the first in the country to perform a new form of endoscopic surgery that uses a small incision under the arm to remove all or a portion of the thyroid...

Mellon Fellows Connect to Tulane, New Orleans


In the post-Katrina rebuilding environment, Tulane University and New Orleans are magnets in attracting academic talent. Nearly 400 people applied to Tulane for prestigious postdoctoral...

Students Research Female Mardi Gras Indians


Cherice Harrison-Nelson and her mother, Herreast Harrison, are using the cultural traditions of Mardi Gras Indians to educate young people about the roles of women in society. This semester, the...