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Green Jobs Aren't Just About Hugging Trees


"A lot of the jobs haven't even been invented yet," said Demetria Christo, who owns a sustainable landscaping company. "Pick something that people are screaming for. It's all there."


Symposium Explores Paths to Commercialization


For the 17th Burkenroad Symposium on Business and Society, three nationally respected experts in the areas of nanotechnology, alternative energy and regenerative medicine offered their thoughts on...

Photos: Diamond Moments



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Diamond Moments
Jeremy Schaffer,...

Wanted: Actors, Dancers, Singers


Summer Lyric Theatre at Tulane University will hold auditions on Saturday (Feb. 27) for its 43rd season of productions — Mame, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum and...

Show-and-Tell for Scientists


Students, faculty and postdoctoral trainees from many departments across the university will showcase their research projects at the Tulane Health Sciences Research Days on Wednesday and Thursday...

Photo: Answer Desk



At the hub of the Lavin-Bernick Center on the uptown campus, workers at the information desk help with questions and directions. (Photo by Paula Burch-Celentano)


Baseball Season in Full Swing


Play ball! The Tulane Green Wave opened its 103rd baseball season on Feb. 19 with a three-game series against Boston College at Greer Field at Turchin Stadium. The Wave got off to a slow start...

Photo: Helping the Zoo Docs



A new plaque shows the partnership between Tulane Medical Center and Audubon Zoo. TMC donated an incubator and other equipment to the zoo's Animal Health Care Center. Unveiling the plaque are TMC...

New Look for <i>New Wave</i>


At the start of this year New Wave implemented one of its larger modifications since its inception in 2005. Now the Tulane news site is looking for feedback from its readers about the new...

Rivers, Royalty and the Maya


New research being conducted at the important "river cities" of the ancient Maya civilization will be the focus of the 7th annual Tulane Maya Symposium and Workshop that opens on Friday (Feb. 26...