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The McAlister Place pedestrian mall on the uptown campus will be dedicated on March 18 at 6 p.m. with a performance by the Tulane Marching Band as well as "dancing in the street" to the music of...

Newcomb Dance Co. Celebrates 25 Years

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The Newcomb Dance Company will commemorate its 25th anniversary with "An Evening of Dance" beginning Friday (March 12) at Dixon Auditorium on the uptown campus. Performances not only will salute...

Astronaut to Come to Campus

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NASA Astronaut Sandra Magnus will deliver the keynote address to junior high school girls and their families at the Sally Ride Science Festival at Tulane University on Saturday (March 13). Magnus...

Rock On, WTUL

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The WTUL Rock On Survival Marathon 2010 is ready to get under way, so listeners will be hearing the fund-raising message on the radio airwaves: "Make a pledge to keep your favorite free-form...

Statewide Awards for Humanities Work

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Two members of the Tulane community — jazz musician and alumnus Michael White and faculty member Rich Campanella — received statewide awards on Saturday (March 6) from the Louisiana Endowment for...

Poet Rita Dove Dazzles With Her Words

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Poet Rita Dove took the audience in McAlister Auditorium on a lyrical, narrative journey through her latest book, Sonata Mulattica, during a reading on Monday (March 8) as part of the...

Challenges Still Ahead for Public Schools

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The Scott S. Cowen Institute for Public Education Initiatives at Tulane University has released the 2010 State of Public Education in New Orleans report, which offers a set of successes that...

Art Thrives in These Woods

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A short 17 miles away from the Tulane University uptown campus, nestled next to the Mississippi River, there is a place that feels like it is a world away. A Studio in the Woods sits on a little...

Students Learn Smart Grid Power Trading

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A small group of master of finance and MBA candidates at Tulane University relived the nightmare of a darkened landscape from a massive power blackout — not as students, but as the next operators...

Film Festival Targets Human Rights

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Focusing on the global and local aspects of human trafficking, Tulane students in a political science class have organized a Human Rights Film Festival today through Thursday (March 9–11) on the...

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