Charles Figley book on mental health care in the military
Troops, vets deserve better when it comes to mental health, Tulane professor says in new book

June 28, 2021

A Tulane professor has written a book on the sorry state of mental health care for military troops and veterans.
Dancers and musicians of the Casa Samba Afro-Brazilian cultural arts performance group were part of Tulane's celebration of Juneteenth. The group got the audience on their feet, with some attendees joining in the dancing.
Tulane community commemorates Juneteenth

June 23, 2021

Despite a Tropical Storm warning, Tulane students, faculty and staff gathered to celebrate Juneteenth on Friday, June 18, on the uptown campus. 
Temporary building has been removed from quad
Removing temporary buildings, other changes signal return to pre-COVID-19 state

June 23, 2021

On June 1, campus infrastructure began to take on a new look as the university emerged from the COVID-19 precautions that were enacted in 2020.
Big Chief Shaka Zulu
Newcomb Art Museum to host screening of ‘Louisiana Reimagines: High Culture Below Sea Level’

June 23, 2021

On Saturday, June 26, the Newcomb Art Museum will host the screening of Part Two of “Louisiana Reimagines: High Culture Below Sea Level.” 
John Sabo is new director of Tulane ByWater Institute
Nationally renowned river ecologist named new director of ByWater Institute

June 23, 2021

John Sabo, a leading scholar on water resources and river ecology, has been hired as the new director of the Tulane ByWater Institute.
Inaki Alday
Tulane launches partnership to increase faculty diversity in architectural, planning and design studies

June 23, 2021

Tulane University is a founding member of the Deans’ Equity and Inclusion Initiative, a new partnership of nine U.S. schools and colleges of architecture, planning, and design, working collectively to nurture a diverse

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