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Campus dining changes promote safety

August 17, 2020

From new signage to a whole new dining hall, the COVID-19 pandemic has led to a plethora of changes on the food front.
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School of Medicine faculty, staff stayed on the job for COVID-19 crisis

August 17, 2020

At Tulane School of Medicine, the majority of faculty members, staff, residents and researchers, as well as some medical students, never left campus through the early days of the COVID-19 shutdown, following an evolving
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New students challenged at unique Convocation to contemplate their ‘one wild and precious life’

August 16, 2020

This year’s President’s Convocation may have had a different look due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but it still provided the same warm and excited welcome for the 1,800 new Tulane students who make up the Class of 2024.
Tulane Orientation week
Campus comes alive with student activity

August 14, 2020

Students returned to campus last week as they look forward to beginning classes on Aug. 19.
Nghana Lewis, English professor
Enhanced technology in classrooms promises lagniappe for teaching and learning

August 13, 2020

Students and faculty will return to classrooms with upgraded technology to increase the capacity for both remote and in-person educational experiences.
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BRACE’d to reopen: Med students help businesses operate safely

August 12, 2020

The BRACE program (Business Resilience and Community Education) was created in May 2020 by Tulane University School of Medicine students and their faculty adviser, Dr. Jonathan Gugel, as an educational program for

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