Sara White, Tulane Class of 2023
‘Mayor of Tulane’ leaves her mark on campus organizations

May 09, 2023

Graduate Sara White felt a sense of community at Tulane and led multiple organizations around the campus. Her friends kiddingly called her the “Mayor of Tulane.”
Raymell Green, Tulane Class of 2023
Public health grad promotes community, healthcare access

May 05, 2023

Raymell Green’s voice lights up when he talks about the Tulane Black Student Union cookout he organized. The event drew more than 500 people, including Black Tulane alumni, as well as prospective and current
Matthew Geis, Tulane Class of 2023
Tulane experiences lead to research position abroad, med school for engineering major

May 04, 2023

Matt Geis will graduate on May 20 as pre-med with a Bachelor of Science in Engineering and a math minor. In August, he heads to Münster, Germany, where he will conduct stem cell research at a Max Planck Institute.
Woman shops for juices
Study finds elevated levels of toxic metals in some mixed-fruit juices and soft drinks

May 04, 2023

A new study that analyzed 60 commonly available beverages found mixed-fruit juices and plant-based milks such as oat and almond were most likely to contain levels of toxic metals above federal drinking water standards. 
Senior Samantha Mehlman, a student in Professor of Practice Nicole Katin’s Environmental Studies seminar,  writes the weight of the first container weighed during the Weigh the Waste event.
Weigh the Waste

May 02, 2023

The Tulane Environmental Studies program, the Office of Sustainability, and Dining Services collaborated with students for a Weigh the Waste event, which challenged students to consider how much food they eat as
Geeta Jhangiani, Tulane Class of 2023
Business student motivated to support women in finance

May 02, 2023

When the world went virtual at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Geeta Jhangiani saw an opportunity.