Tulane alumnus Don Peters and his wife, Lora, highlight the achievements of student-athletes who excel academically on the “Graduated With Honors” wall, in the James W. Wilson Intercollegiate Athletics Center.
Soon-to-be Tulane graduate David Woodside, an Altman Scholar in International Studies and Business, has been accepted into the Peace Corps and is on his way to Ukraine this summer to facilitate business development there.
A Studio in the Woods will commemorate 50 years on the Mississippi River at “Bottomland Jubilee: A Benefit for A Studio in the Woods.” The event takes place May 19 from 4 to 7 p.m. Tickets are available for purchase.
Associated Press Apple CEO Tim Cook, New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet, actress Blythe Danner and U.S. Rep. John Lewis will receive honorary doctorates at Tulane’s 2019 commencement.
Washington Times Ross Garber, who teaches political investigations and impeachment at Tulane University School of Law, said he didn’t see any issues with the way Jerrold Nadler wrote a congressional subpoena.
New Orleans Advocate Escalating trade wars never work out, says Douglas Nelson, an economics professor at the Murphy Institute at Tulane University and a trade expert.
NOLA.com How Tulane’s football bowl win helped land its first 2020 commitment.
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