Hurricane Marco prepackaged meals
Campus readies for severe weather

August 23, 2020

On Sunday, Aug. 23, the Tulane campus prepared for the arrival of Tropical Storm Marco on Monday.
Hurricane Marco preparations
Tulane announces online classes for Monday, other severe weather preparations

August 23, 2020

On Sunday, Aug. 23, Tropical Storm Marco was upgraded to a hurricane and Tropical Storm Laura is expected to become one on Monday. President Michael Fitts updated the Tulane community on the tropical storm activity in
Architecture researchers helping to preserve African American schools
Tulane researchers receive grant for preservation of historic African American schools

August 20, 2020

Researchers from the Tulane School of Architecture are using a new grant to help in the preservation of abandoned African American schools.
Students begin in-person classes for fall semester

August 19, 2020

Wednesday, Aug. 19, marked the first day of in-person classes on the uptown campus for the fall 2020 semester with social distancing, face coverings and various other COVID-19 protocols in place.
Philip and Cheryl Leone
Gift creates learning center for first-year students at Tulane School of Medicine

August 18, 2020

A gift of $1 million has created the Leone Learning Center at Tulane University School of Medicine, which recently opened to educate the next generation of medical professionals. The center is named for Cheryl Levine
Tulane cybersecurity expert Randy Magiera said governments need cooperation from many companies to block an application, but it is nearly impossible to ban any application completely.
Can the government completely ban an application from its users? Not exactly.

August 18, 2020

In recent weeks, President Donald Trump announced a U.S. ban on Tik Tok, an extremely popular application that features short videos where their creators often dance or lip-sync to viral audio clips. Trump issued the