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Tulane Today
Monday, Oct. 22, 2018
NEWS

TUPals program eases transition for international students

The program is designed for new international students to meet and socialize with current Tulane students, helping to smooth their transition to the university.
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National Science Foundation grant to support study of language shifts in Louisiana

Researchers are conducting a large-scale study of English in New Orleans that aims to provide an understanding of how displacement and migration may affect language use.
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FEATURED EVENTS

Uncommon Exchanges: Sound

Enjoy a unique dialogue, centering on “sound,” between Tulane professors Joel Dinerstein and Renata Durães Ribeiro on Oct. 23 at 6:30 p.m. at Newcomb Art Museum.
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EVENTS

Oct. 23
Reverse Internship Fair

Italian Table

Oct. 24
Take Back the Night

Artist's Talk by Sally Heller

 

Oct. 25

Kavanaugh and the new Supreme Court

Oct. 26
Fridays at Newcomb
 
Electric LaTex Festival
 
IN THE NEWS

New York Times
Operators in fatal duck boat accident say they owe families nothing, citing obscure 1851 law

Washington Post
Breakfast Club helps former NFL players get healthy together

The Dallas Morning News
Texas, just who do we think we are? Two new books look at our myths and realities

Brookings
Declining inequality in Latin America

NOLA.com
Tulane in search of needed win as SMU heads to Yulman Stadium
 
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