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Tulane Today
Thursday, Oct. 25, 2018
NEWS

Women leaders in New Orleans are focus of Tulane course

In the Women Leading New Orleans course offered through Newcomb College Institute, students discuss research on gender and leadership, while examining historical and contemporary examples of women practicing leadership in New Orleans.
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Artist, alumnus creates a whimsical world

At the top of every hour, a large-scale video art installation comes to life in the Fulton Street Transportation Center near the World Trade Center in Manhattan. The artist is MFA graduate Dave Greber.
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FEATURED EVENTS

Kavanaugh and the new Supreme Court

Professors Nancy Maveety, Celeste Lay, Rosalind Cook and Scott Nolan will serve on a panel this evening discussing the new Supreme Court at 6 p.m. in Goldring/Woldenberg Hall, room 125.
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EVENTS

Oct. 26
Fridays at Newcomb
 
Electric LaTex Festival

Oct. 29
Tulane-Aspen Institute Values in America Speaker Series

Not in My Neighborhood: A free film event

Oct. 30
Newcomb Alumnae Book Club

Italian Table
IN THE NEWS

Healthline
Current treatment for common STD may not be enough

Science Daily
Peptide successfully exploits Achilles' heel of Zika virus

Phys.org
Scientists have engineered an antiviral peptide that stops Zika from causing severe infections

NOLA.com
Voodoo City, Episode 3: The Superdome Curse
 
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