Chapter IV restaurant, run by Chef Edgar “Dook” Chase, grandson of New Orleans’ Creole cuisine legend Leah Chase, and his wife, Gretchen, opened this week in the university’s recently renovated and reimagined Thirteen15 building in downtown New Orleans.
Bennetta Horne, School of Medicine’s assistant dean for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, helps students, especially underrepresented students, achieve a successful medical school education at Tulane. Read more on the Tulane News website.
The Women’s Prison Project, Tulane Law’s partnership between its Domestic Violence Clinic and the Criminal Justice Clinic, works to win freedom for survivors of abuse who have been unjustly incarcerated. The project’s former clients are paying it forward to help other survivors. Read more on the Tulane Law website.
Fans are invited to recognize and celebrate the Tulane Football team and their historic Cotton Bowl win at “A Celebration Like No Other” at noon on Saturday, Jan. 21, in Tailgate Village on the Berger Family Lawn. The celebration will feature a live band, food trucks, interactive activities and a celebration ceremony with Head Football Coach Willie Fritz and the team. The event is free and open to the public. View the event flyer on the Tulane News website.
The Washington Post
School of Liberal Arts’ Ilana Horwitz discusses survey results that indicate antisemitism is emerging in the United States, including among younger Americans. Horwitz is assistant professor of Jewish Studies and sociology, and the Fields-Rayant Chair in Contemporary Jewish Life at the Grant Center for the American Jewish Experience.
Marcello A. Canuto, anthropology professor and director of the Middle American Research Institute at the School of Liberal Arts, says lidar — light detection and ranging — has been revolutionary in supporting archaeological discoveries.
Nick Spitzer, professor of anthropology and American Studies at the School of Liberal Arts, and host of the American Routes radio show, comments on folklorist Barry Ancelet’s book From Behind the Mask: Essays on South Louisiana Mardi Gras Runs.
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