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Sounds of Music

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The Newcomb Department of Music at Tulane University is celebrating its centennial anniversary in November. Founded in 1909 as the Newcomb College School of Music, it was the first music school in...

Students March to Light the Night

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As a young woman growing up in New Orleans, I've been advised repeatedly to never walk alone at night in fear of what might be waiting for me under the cover of darkness. However, on the night of...

Getting to Know You

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It rained the day that pharmacologist Allan Kalueff took neuroscience students for beignets and coffee in the French Quarter. The rain didn't matter, says Kalueff — "After all, nothing can compete...

Campus Feels the Beat

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Walk by Der Rathskellar on the Tulane uptown campus most nights and you're likely to hear the students cheering for a football or basketball game. But on a few nights in the fall and the spring, "...

A Green Campus

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The Arbor Day Foundation has named Tulane University a 2009 Tree Campus USA University for its dedication to campus forestry management and environmental stewardship.

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May the <i>Forte</i> Be With You

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Led by C. Leonard Raybon, assistant professor of music and director of choirs at Tulane, 60 students, faculty members and alumni will perform at the New Orleans Arena tonight (Oct. 27) as part of...

Lens Captures India Journey

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For social work student Mandy Conger, photography is a passion that has served to enhance her efforts to earn her master of social work from Tulane University.

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Putting Tumors in the Deep Freeze

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Tulane University urologist Dr. Benjamin Lee has pioneered a new robotic surgery technique to fight kidney cancer using a single incision and extreme cold to freeze and kill tumor cells.

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Time Well Spent for Professor-in-Residence

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Serving as professor-in-residence at Wall Residential College at Tulane University demands a major time commitment outside a faculty member's regular teaching duties, including lots of...

Program Targets Global Health Research

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The Tulane Office of Global Health has launched a global health certificate program that prepares students to work in diverse settings with diverse populations on health issues that transcend...

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