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Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2018

Student finds passion in food justice

Emily Bonenfant, a senior in the School of Liberal Arts, is using her time at Tulane to learn ways to make healthy food more accessible to all communities.
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TUPD officers receive EPIC training

This month, nearly 40 officers from the Tulane University Police Department underwent Ethical Policing Is Courageous (EPIC) training. Developed by the New Orleans Police Department, EPIC promotes a culture of high-quality and ethical policing. The peer intervention program teaches officers how to intervene to stop a wrongful action before it occurs, and how to play a meaningful role in “policing” fellow officers. “This is great training for our officers,” said TUPD Chief of Police Kirk M. Bouyelas. “It demonstrates a partnership between Tulane, the city and NOPD.”

Dec. 21
Tulane Women's Basketball vs. Old Dominion

Jan. 4
Tulane Men's Basketball vs. SMU

Jan. 5
Tulane Women's Basketball vs. East Carolina

Jan. 14
Spring Semester Classes Begin

Q&A with Tulane doctor on Lynch syndrome testing

Silicon Bayou News
The Idea Village partners with Tulane for 11th annual New Orleans Entrepreneur Week
Tulane’s record showing in Cure Bowl leads to $4,100 donation from university president
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