Travel the trail of Mark Twain
October 25, 2016Susan Harris, a scholar in the work and life of Mark Twain, will speak on Tulane’s uptown campus Thursday (Oct. 27) about her experience retracing the journey Twain made in his book Following the Equator.
Dancer Wellness Program provides en pointe health care
October 25, 2016The Tulane Institute of Sports Medicine has partnered with the New Orleans Musicians’ Clinic and Assistance Foundation to keep local performers healthy.
Partnership focuses on healthcare innovation
October 24, 2016With a corporate mission to improve the lives of Louisiana residents, Blue Cross Blue Shield turns to Tulane University to help address the state’s healthcare issues.
October 24, 2016The Cudd Hall porch swing is prime real estate now that the weather is cooling down.
Election 2016: The cost of political uncertainty
October 24, 2016Scholars have long suspected that election cycles have a negative effect on the economy and new research by Candace Jens, assistant professor of finance at the A. B. Freeman School of Business, offers the first hard
Report: Louisiana needs more women, minority judges
October 24, 2016The judiciary in Louisiana doesn’t reflect the state’s gender or racial diversity, according to a new Tulane University report that finds the number of women and minority men serving as judges lags behind their