Eyal Lavian
Business grad aims to support college applicants with technology company

May 14, 2023

Business graduate Eyal Lavian has created edVIZE, a software to help students in the college application process. 
Decoding Commencement
Decoding the colors of commencement

May 12, 2023

From stoles to tassels, identifying the colors of commencement can be made into a game using this infographic that identifies the academic attire of each school.
Tulane military veterans in the Class of 2023
Veterans among Tulane’s Class of 2023

May 12, 2023

Among the 3,000 graduates who make up Tulane’s graduating Class of 2023, at least 10 brought a unique perspective to college life: They are active duty military or veterans.
Dahlia Michael, Tulane Class of 2023
Political science, philosophy grad studies ways to decrease incarceration rates

May 11, 2023

Dahlia Michael was seeking a place with a great sense of community when she was applying for colleges. Tulane stood out to her, she said.
Dr. Gregory Bix in his lab
NIH awards Tulane $2.3 million to study link between COVID-19 and cognitive decline

May 10, 2023

Since the early days of the pandemic, researchers and patients alike have noticed a link between COVID-19 infection and cognitive impairment. Now, researchers at Tulane University have been awarded a grant to study how
Lighting fixture and furniture prototype
Design Showcase + Fashion Show at School of Architecture draw crowd

May 10, 2023

Tulane School of Architecture hosted the inaugural Design Showcase + Fashion Show on May 4, featuring more than 100 students' prints, prototypes, digital works and wearable designs.