A shotgun house in the French Quarter displays bracket style, one of the most popular housing styles seen throughout the city of New Orleans.
Bracketed

June 17, 2016

In New Orleans the architecture is as unique as the people. 
Vivian Fonseca photo
Tulane plays lead role in major diabetes drug trial

June 17, 2016

An international diabetes drug trial hits a surprising benchmark thanks to the persistence of a Tulane University clinical trials expert.
Katie Ryan
Social Work graduate makes a difference in children’s lives

June 17, 2016

Katie Ryan, who earned a master’s degree in social work in 2014, has always been interested in helping others, and she’s never been afraid of a challenge.
Carol and Tom Reese
Stone Center receives endowed directorship

June 17, 2016

The Stone Center for Latin American Studies received an endowment that secures its executive director position into perpetuity. 
Tulane students beat the summer heat in an undisclosed pool in the early 1960s.
Pool party

June 16, 2016

No matter the decade, a friend with a pool is a bonus during a New Orleans summer. 
Tulane Law Hall of Fame
Tulane Law announces 2016 Hall of Fame class

June 16, 2016

From arms control to maritime law to protection of society’s most vulnerable, these hall of fame inductees have left enduring legacies across the legal landscape, both domestic and international.

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