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Tulane Today
Friday, Oct. 26, 2018
NEWS

Lessons from Peru

With more than 50 percent of Peru’s population living below the poverty line, a group of biomedical engineering students from Tulane experienced for themselves what life is like for the country’s poorest people, particularly when it comes to health care.
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Tulane launches Innovators-in-Residence program

The Albert Lepage Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation has launched a new program to connect student startup founders with successful executives, investors and entrepreneurs for one-on-one coaching and mentoring.
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FEATURED EVENTS

Tulane Sailing Baldwin Wood Regatta

Tulane sailing will host the Baldwin Wood Regatta this Saturday at 10 a.m., sailing out of the Municipal Yacht Harbor on Lake Pontchartrain.
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EVENTS

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


Oct. 31
Music at Midday
 
Live Well: Prioritize YOU!
IN THE NEWS

The Washington Post
Racial massacre: Team suggests more study for possible grave

Healthline
How caffeine from coffee can reduce your rosacea symptoms

Russia Beyond the Headlines
Uglich kremlin: Bright beacon on the Volga River

Remodelista
Remodeling 101: How to achieve total darkness in the bedroom (and why it matters)
 
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