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Tulane President Mike Fitts discussed how universities have the power to transform communities and shared plans on how Tulane continues to do so in New Orleans.
An artist talk with Brandan “BMike” Odums will take place in Freeman Auditorium as he discusses his trajectory as an artist.
Myke Yest was recently named the inaugural recipient of the Peter Ricchiuti Professorship in Finance.
The Tulane Alumni Association will honor ten recipients with the Alumni Awards on Saturday, April 4, at The National World War II Museum in New Orleans.
For 20 years, Liz Davey has worked to make Tulane a more sustainable campus and environmentally conscious community.
Students, faculty and staff of the Albert and Tina Small Center for Collaborative Design recently helped redesign the headquarters of the nonprofit.
The invitation-only competition requires students to analyze a recent real estate transaction completed by a leading global real estate firm.
The Tulane Health System now offers the targeted treatment that destroys areas of cancer in the prostate while sparing the rest of the healthy tissue.
Chris Givens has been working with Beaubourg Theatre to create an artist-in-residence program as well as community classes and workshops.
The Green Wave football team defeated the University of Southern Mississippi in the Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl, 30-13, on Jan. 4.
Ron Hunter has high hopes for his team and is enthusiastic to change the culture of basketball at Tulane.
A new year presents a time to reflect on the past year’s moments and accomplishments. Here is a look at Tulane Today's most-read stories of 2019.