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Thursday, Dec. 6, 2018

Glass and Gavel: Analyzing alcohol and the Supreme Court

In her new book, Glass and Gavel: the U.S. Supreme Court and Alcohol, Nancy Maveety, professor and chair of the Department of Political Science, discusses how the justices have participated in both the enjoyment and the restriction of alcohol throughout history.
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Professor wins international design competition

Tulane School of Architecture Associate Professor Margarita Jover won the International Design Competition for her plan to repurpose a highway in Buenos Aires.

EMPIRE exhibit closing celebration

On Saturday, Dec. 8, celebrate the Newcomb Art Museum's tricentennial installation EMPIRE by Fallen Fruit before it closes on Dec. 22. The event, which will feature live jazz and a behind-the-scenes tour, is free and open to the public.
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Dec. 7
Title IX Student Note Writing Drop-In Workshop

Genomic Gold in The Cloud

Dec. 8
3rd Annual James R. Andrews, MD Endowed Lectureship in Sports Medicine

Exhibition Tour with Justin Mann

Live Jazz with Courtney Bryan

U.S. News & World Report
A third-year Tulane medical student offers tips on what LGBTQ applicants should know about medical schools

Medical discovery made at Tulane is headed to space

Tulane coastal scientist digs deep to prepare for the future

Tulane basketball’s Lisa Stockton wins 500th game
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