Huey P. Long, second from left, former governor of and senator for Louisiana sits on the sidelines of a Tulane-LSU football game.
Green with envy

October 06, 2016

Take a look back at Huey P. Long on the sidelines of a Tulane-LSU game from the 1930s. 
Tulane receives $1.1 million to study how age affects blood vessels
Tulane receives $1.1 million to study how age affects blood vessels

October 06, 2016

Tulane University researchers have been awarded a $1.1 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to study the effects of aging  on the growth of new blood vessels in the human body.  
Grow Dat
Grow Dat readies Dinner on the Farm

October 06, 2016

The Grow Dat Youth Farm is a 7-acre urban farm in New Orleans founded through a partnership with Tulane University and Tulane City Center.
opportunity youth
Report examines 'opportunity youth' in New Orleans

October 06, 2016

More than 14 percent of 16-24 year olds in New Orleans are disconnected from employment and education, according to a new Cowen Institute at Tulane University report that paints a detailed portrait of “opportunity youth
A cyclist peddles past one of the live oak trees on Johnston Quad.
Tree's company

October 05, 2016

Tulane’s old oaks are part of a well-regarded tree population on the uptown campus. 
Design for America
Problem solving through design

October 05, 2016

Design for America is a new-to-campus student group that encourages the use of design thinking— a human-centered approach to addressing challenges.

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