New acquisitions at the Latin American Library
Latin American Library showcases new acquisitions

October 17, 2016

Recently digitized, radio-transmitted soap operas from the 1960s, more than 3,000 stereoscopic glass slides and other visual materials comprise the Marcelo Martínez Palma Collection.
Leslie Young, a member of the Tulane Dining Services staff, greets Green Wave defensive end Robert Kennedy at the buffet line in Bruff Commons.
Service with a smile

October 14, 2016

Grits and bacon with a large serving of kindness. 
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Election 2016: Does your vote really count?

October 14, 2016

Celeste Lay, associate professor in the Tulane University political science department, explains the history behind the Electoral College. Listen to the podcast.  
The Insider
Tulane celebrates its global connections

October 14, 2016

The Tulane community is invited to participate in International Education Week on the uptown campus beginning Monday (Oct. 17) through Sunday (Oct. 23).
John Kennedy Toole, circa 1962, author of Confederacy of Dunces
Papers of John Kennedy Toole go digital

October 14, 2016

The papers of Confederacy of Dunces author John Kennedy Toole are housed in the Louisiana Research Collection of Howard-Tilton Memorial Library and will soon be available online to researchers worldwide.
The Tulane Student Center sits on the site now occupied by Percival Stern Hall.
Memory lane

October 13, 2016

Vintage photos offer a view of the uptown campus from days gone by. 

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