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Common occurrence

Oct 10, 2018
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Construction workers wait in the early morning while equipment and supplies are lifted toward the second floor of The Commons, future home to the Newcomb College Institute, as well as a modern...

Badge of honor

Sep 07, 2018
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"Big Sister" Meghan Bush, right, pins "Little Sister" Carli Knight, center, at the Newcomb College Institute's annual Little Sister Big Sister pinning ceremony in Dixon Hall on Thursday, Sept 6....

Slavery, capitalism and the law in old New Orleans

Aug 28, 2018
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A Newcomb College Institute scholar is using antebellum court records to examine the experience of slaves and free women of color in the New Orleans court system.

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Reverse Internship Fair

Building:Newcomb College Institute


Think of a job fair but run by the students that interned at the job sites. Come to this event to get to talk directly with your peers about their summer internship, seek application advice, and hear how they found grants to support unpaid/minimally paid opportunities. 



For more information contact Betsy Lopez by phone at 5043147654

 


 

Yellow hello

Jun 06, 2018
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Black-eyed Susans greet visitors to the Newcomb Pottery Garden in memory of Judith Henkin, dedicated in 2009 by the...

Tulane seniors win screenwriting competition

Apr 19, 2018
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Two Tulane University seniors were recently awarded top prizes in the Short Subject category of the...

At universities, women faculty still earn less than men

Apr 10, 2018
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April 10, 2018, marks Equal Pay Day — the day that shows how far into a calendar year the average woman must work to achieve the same pay earned by a man in the previous year. How do...

Tulane adds Spark to nation’s capital

Apr 02, 2018
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Nearly a dozen students from the Spark Residential Learning Community at Tulane University traveled to Washington, D.C.,...

What is the sound of freedom?

Apr 02, 2018
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On Saturday, April 7, powerhouse performances from a lineup of accomplished composer-performers will act as personal responses to the question:...

A Reading with Laura Mullen

Location: uptown campus
Building:Woldenberg Art Center


Laura Mullen is the 2017-2018 Arons Poet. She is the author of eight books: Complicated Grief, Enduring Freedom, The Surface, After I Was Dead, Dark Archive, The Tales of Horror, and Murmur. Recognitions for her poetry include Ironwood's Stanford Prize, a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, and a Rona Jaffe Award. Her work has been widely anthologized, and she is the librettist for Nathan Davis's a Sound Uttered, a Silence crossed (for choir and percussion), which was commissioned by the La Jolla Symphony and Chorus, and has been performed at Nortre Dame and Williams College.


 


 

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