Seven living artists represented in the exhibition Emancipation: The Unfinished Project of Liberation were each invited to respond to Quincy Adams Ward’s bronze sculpture The Freedman (1863) owned by the Amon Carter Museum.
Newcomb Art Museum marks the 160th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation in its fall exhibition

August 15, 2023

In conjunction with the 160th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation, Newcomb Art Museum at Tulane University presents newly commissioned and recent works by living Black artists.
A doctor checks a man's heart beat
Why are Black adults at greater risk of death from heart disease? Study blames social factors

August 14, 2023

Black Americans are 54% more likely to die of cardiovascular disease than White Americans, despite a substantial overall reduction in cardiovascular disease mortality nationwide. Now, a new study from Tulane University
Louisiana map
New Tulane survey offers first full snapshot of violence prevalence across Louisiana

August 14, 2023

More than half of Louisiana residents experience physical violence in their lifetime, and about one in five are threatened or harmed with a gun, according to a new statewide survey by Tulane University researchers
Mancala board
How an ancient board game could unlock cutting-edge physics discoveries

August 10, 2023

In a new study, researchers at Tulane University apply a modified solitaire version of mancala, which they call ManQala, to quantum state engineering. 
Medical students read the Tulane University Medical School oath, honoring the profession of medicine,
White Coat Ceremony celebrates, welcomes first-year medical students

August 08, 2023

The Tulane University School of Medicine welcomed the Class of 2027 at the annual White Coat Ceremony, which took place on Sunday, Aug. 6, in McAlister Auditorium.