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Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2018

Tulane awarded $2.3 million to study blight in New Orleans

The National Institutes of Health has awarded Tulane a grant to study whether fixing up blighted properties can reduce incidents of teen violence. Katherine Theall is the principal investigator.
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Study finds neutral fact-checking doesn't convince voters to abandon ‘fake news’

A study by J. Celeste Lay (left) and Mirya Holman showed that a neutral source was not effective in combating myths and misinformation about voter fraud.
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“Weaving the We”

Join Carol Bebelle and Adam Bush on Nov. 1 for a conversation about the future of higher education in New Orleans.
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Oct. 31

Wellness Wednesdays

Nov. 1
Men's Basketball vs. Loyola University New Orleans
Nov. 2
Fridays at Newcomb: Blanche Cook

Faculty/Guest Artist Concert — Amy Pfrimmer, soprano, and Thomas Kientz, piano

Nov. 3
Celebrating Leadership — A Symposium in Honor of Eamon Kelly


Business Insider
The odds that a gun will kill the average American may surprise you

The New Republic
Are hurricanes changing how we talk?
Stormy seas ahead? Maritime industry unprepared for cyberattacks, survey says

Investigate TV
You’re in a political ad. (But you don’t know who’s behind it)

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