Early artists in the Newcomb College Pottery program Hattie Joor, Mary Richardson, Esther Elliot, Charlotte Payne, Effie Shepard, Mazie Ryan and Mary Butler work in the studio on the old Washington Avenue campus, circa 1905.
Enterprising women

September 29, 2016

The Newcomb Pottery program offered female artists the opportunity to sell their work as early as 1895.  
La Corona Archaeological Project
Tulane archaeologists help unearth Maya monuments

September 29, 2016

Archaeologists with the La Corona Regional Archaeological Project in Guatemala, who in 2012 discovered the second known reference to the so-called “end date of the Maya calendar”, have announced more significant finds
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The Insider: Tech Day highlights technology advances

September 29, 2016

Tulane University's annual Tech Day brings speakers, technology presentations and more to the downtown and uptown campuses Oct. 6-7.
One of Tulane’s live oak trees on the J. Bennett Johnston Quad provides a shady spot for sophomore Lily Taft to study for her macro-economics class.
Tree of knowledge

September 28, 2016

A mix of form and function, the live oaks on the uptown campus are a pleasure to look at and offer a shady spot in which  to study.
Newcomb Pottery
Is your Newcomb pottery 'Roadshow' ready?

September 28, 2016

Newcomb Art Museum stages an "Antiques Roadshow"-style event on Saturday for pottery, metalwork and other items from the Newcomb Enterprise.
Food court reopening at Lavin-Bernick Center
Renovated LBC food court celebrates grand reopening

September 28, 2016

Tulane Dining Services and Sodexo, the university’s food service provider, officially reopened Tuesday (Sept. 27).

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