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Professor Profile: School of Liberal Arts Dean Brian Edwards discusses his life and research

Professor Profile: School of Liberal Arts Dean Brian Edwards discusses his life and research

Batu El, Staff Writer

November 14, 2018


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Ever since joining Tulane as the Dean of the School of Liberal Arts in July, Brian Edwards has been working to enhance students’ research capabilities.On Oct. 15 Edwards gave the keynote address for International Education Week, hosted by the Center for Global Education. During the address,...

OMA Alumni Breakfast connects Tulanians of color

OMA Alumni Breakfast connects Tulanians of color

Canela Lopez, Senior Staff Reporter

November 14, 2018


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“There was this alumni man ... one of the busiest black men on campus,” Anfernee “Bubba” Murray said. “He was on three different positions, he had a part-time job, a campus job and he was also trying to be a student … He had a little side hustle by cutting hair. He would cut hair on his floor up...

Dr. Vijayaraghavan, or Dr. V, discusses how she found her passion for science as a girl in India

Dr. Vijayaraghavan, or Dr. V, discusses how she found her passion for science as a girl in India

Michael Chen, Staff Writer

November 10, 2018


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Each month, the India Association of Tulane University hosts a Chai Talk with a speaker of South Asian descent. On Thursday, Meenakshi Vijayaraghavan gave a talk in Weatherhead Hall about her early life and how she found her passion for science.Vijayaraghavan, known across campus as Dr. V, is a se...

NOLA News in Brief

NOLA News in Brief

Campbell Lutz, News Editor

November 8, 2018


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Election coverage has been a major focus of news outlets in New Orleans and across the country, but as New Orleanians voted and leaders were elected, current events outside of politics have not slowed down. In the past 10 days, the Archdiocese of New Orleans revealed the names of clergy members accused...

Louisiana midterm election allows House incumbents to retain control, Constitutional amendments to pass

Louisiana midterm election allows House incumbents to retain control, Constitutional amendments to pass

Sophie Brams, Associate News Editor

November 8, 2018


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On Nov. 6, people across Louisiana, including some Tulane students, took to the polls to elect the next set of representatives and vote on state constitutional amendments. Here is a rundown of the election results in Louisiana. House RacesIn Louisiana’s 1st Congressional Distri...

Lisa Currie becomes Interim Associate Director for The Office of Gender and Sexual Diversity

Lisa Currie becomes Interim Associate Director for The Office of Gender and Sexual Diversity

Michael Naish, Associate News Editor

November 8, 2018


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Lisa Currie, the new interim associate director for the Office of Gender and Sexual Diversity, says between adjusting to life in a new city and planning forward-thinking initiatives for OGSD, she’s been kept on her toes.In spite of that, she’s already begun decorating her new office. ...

Tulane student becomes president of College Democrats’ statewide chapter

Tulane student becomes president of College Democrats’ statewide chapter

Kila Moore, News Editor

November 8, 2018


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More than ever before, college students are taking a more active role in politics. For Tulane University sophomore Henry Walther, however, his role involves leading a cohort of college students working to influence Louisiana politics, and eventually, national politics as well.During the summer of...

Money matters: Tulane reduces merit aid budget, increases need-based financial aid spending

Money matters: Tulane reduces merit aid budget, increases need-based financial aid spending

Mark Winokur, Staff Writer

November 7, 2018


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Though the price of tuition at Tulane is higher than at many of its peer institutions, Tulane’s merit-based scholarships have allowed some high-performing students to attend for a fraction of the regular cost of tuition. In 2012, Tulane offered more than $20,500 in merit aid per person to a th...

TUPD hires new police chief

TUPD hires new police chief

Deeya Patel, Associate News Editor

November 7, 2018


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On Oct. 15, the Tulane University Police Department swore in its new chief of police.Kirk Bouyelas, who has served the New Orleans Police Department for 31 years, will now head a group of more than 80 police officers and a myriad of support services such as Personal Escort and Active Shooter T...

Young Americans for Liberty hosts bipartisan discussion against death penalty

Young Americans for Liberty hosts bipartisan discussion against death penalty

Michael Chen, Contributing Reporter

November 6, 2018


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Last Thursday at 7:26 p.m., Edmund Zagorski became the first man to die by electric chair in Tennessee since 2007. Zagorski, who was convicted of drug-related murders in 1983, requested the electric chair, saying he hoped death would be less painful than lethal injection. Debate about the effectiveness o...

Midterm election watch parties on campus, in New Orleans

Midterm election watch parties on campus, in New Orleans

Sophie Brams, Associate News Editor

November 6, 2018


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On Tuesday, Americans across the country are heading to the polls to cast their votes for the midterm elections. Those voting in person on Nov. 6 and those that voted early at the polls or by mail are shaping the next two years of American politics. Will Democrats succeed in their push to take back the House? Wil...

Tulane Hillel hosts Tree of Life vigil for victims of synagogue shooting

Tulane Hillel hosts Tree of Life vigil for victims of synagogue shooting

Sophie Brams, Associate News Editor

November 3, 2018


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Students gathered on the Berger Family Lawn on Monday to remember the 11 lives lost during the Tree of Life synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh last Saturday.Each student in attendance was encouraged to hold a candle for the duration of the vigil and to sign a poster board with condolences that would be se...

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