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TUSTEP brings service-dogs to campus

Brandi Doyal, Staff Reporter
November 14, 2013
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The Tulane Service-Dog Training and Education Program, founded last spring by sophomore Adam Kline, has begun training service dogs on campus. TUSTEP works with Canine Companions for Independence, a national organization, to train service dogs that will one day help people with physical and mental disabilities...

TEDTalks event showcases student innovation

Brandi Doyal, Staff Reporter
November 14, 2013
Filed under Archives, News

Nine student and professional speakers spoke at TEDxTU on Tuesday in a lecture series that focused on the theme of unlearning; speakers told their own stories to deconstruct widely held stereotypes and assumptions. Three TEDTalk videos were also shown to promote the idea of unlearning.TEDTalks is a glob...

Professers contribute to launch of online health center

Brandi Doyal, Staff Reporter
October 24, 2013
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The Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine and the Louisiana Public Heath Institute are teaming up to create the Health Systems Analytics Research Center, an online center that will use statistics to better the practices and policies of the health care industry in New Orleans and Louis...

Tulane promotes breast cancer awareness

Tulane promotes breast cancer awareness

Brandi Doyal, Staff Reporter
October 17, 2013
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Various groups around campus began their breast cancer awareness campaigns, focusing on promoting awareness and spreading information about the disease, on Oct. 1.The Tulane Lives Beyond Breast Cancer society and Sodexo have partnered with the baked goods distribution company Otis Spunkmeyer to support C...

Presidential search following timeline accurately

Brandi Doyal, Staff Reporter
October 3, 2013
Filed under Archives, News

Andrew Wisdom, co-chair of the Presidential Search Committee, said the search for the new university president is underway and on schedule. Scott Cowen announced his retirement last year, which will begin July 1, 2014, after serving as the president for 16 years.There have been nominations and feedbac...

Green Club holds second line to raise awareness about Keystone Pipeline

Armando Marin and Brandi Doyal
September 26, 2013
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More than 200 people, including approximately 100 Tulane students, participated in Draw the Second Line to raise awareness about climate change and the construction of the Keystone Pipeline, a planned transportation system for crude oil that will extend from Canada to Texas, on Saturday in downtown Ne...

Students hold fundraiser for classmate with Leukemia

Armando Marin and Brandi Doyal
September 26, 2013
Filed under Archives, News

Family and friends of sophomore James-Minh Tran held a fundraiser Wednesday at New Mid-City Lanes Rock 'N Bowl with assistance from Archon Information Systems. Proceeds from this event will be split between the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, the world's largest nonprofit blood cancer association,...

NOLAbucks restaurants receive health code violations

NOLAbucks restaurants receive health code violations

Brandi Doyal, Staff Reporter
September 19, 2013
Filed under Archives, News

Among the 28 NOLAbucks restaurants available to students in their dining plans, 11 have received critical violations on their heath inspections while another 13 have been noted for varying minor health code violations, all within the last year.Tulane has expanded its meal plans to include Wavebucks and Nola...

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