Architect Albert Ledner
Organic modernist: Architect Albert Ledner

September 26, 2016

For over six decades, Albert Charles Ledner (A ’48) has practiced architecture in New Orleans. This past year, his extensive career and life became the subject of a documentary filmed by his daughter, Catherine Ledner,
Cowen Institute
Cowen Institute to help create new floating super school

September 23, 2016

New Harmony High project wins prize of $10 million to make the “super school” a reality.
juniors, from left, Cathy Balfe, Noa Elliott and Maggie Mullins beat the heat in the shade of Cudd Hall.
Shady place

September 23, 2016

While it may technically be fall, summer temperatures make finding a cool spot to study a priority. 
Dean Jean
Scholarship provides exceptional opportunity

September 23, 2016

Two recipients of the Jean Danielson Scholarship learned firsthand about the complexities of integrating refugees into new communities by speaking with immigrants, NGOs, startups, journalists, and politicians in Europe.
Tulane to expand engineering offerings with new certificate program
Tulane to expand engineering offerings with new certificate program

September 23, 2016

The Tulane School of Science and Engineering is embarking on a new curriculum that will include certificate programs in electrical, mechanical, materials, and computational engineering.  
As Tulane football prepares to take on the University of Louisiana at Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns on Saturday (Sept.24),  take a look at the program cover art from the Green Wave’s 1929 matchup against Southwestern Louisiana Institute of Liberal and Technical
Let's do it again

September 22, 2016

The program cover from a 1929 Tulane game against Southwestern, now ULL, and Green Wave fans are hoping for a similar result.