Tulane dean to release podcast on Anti-Racism and the Disciplines featuring leading Black scholars
March 15, 2023Tulane University School of Liberal Arts will release a new podcast miniseries, Anti-Racism and the Disciplines, that explores the complex histories of liberal arts majors with the aim of identifying more accurate and
Literary lovers celebrate the written word, authors and engaging conversations at the second annual New Orleans Book Festival at Tulane
March 12, 2023Here is a look back at some of the scenes from the festival.
Gen. Stanley McChrystal discusses leadership with President Fitts at Book Fest
March 10, 2023Gen. Stanley McChrystal (left), a leader of U.S. forces in Iraq and Afghanistan and a current senior fellow at Yale University’s Jackson Institute for Global Affairs, and Tulane President Michael A. Fitts (right)
Give Green Ambassadors are essential to the success of Tulane’s annual day of giving
March 10, 2023Give Green Ambassadors have been critical to Give Green’s success. These highly involved volunteers amplify the Give Green message to their personal networks. They lead by example by making a gift of any amount during
Know a great grad from the Class of 2023? Tell ‘Tulane Today’!
March 10, 2023Do you know a great 2023 grad from any of Tulane’s schools or at any degree level? We are seeking nominations of graduates with inspirational stories to be featured in Tulane Today in the days leading up to the Unified
Conversations with Bill Gates, Eric Holder lead off New Orleans Book Festival
March 09, 2023The 2023 New Orleans Book Festival at Tulane University opened on Thursday, March 9, with an amazing pair of sessions: conversations on relevant current events with Microsoft founder and philanthropist Bill Gates and