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Milton H. Latter Library’s storied past

Milton H. Latter Library’s storied past

Max Handler, Contributing Writer March 1, 2023

Tucked beneath the live oaks of St. Charles Avenue lies a large, antiquated house in the neo-Romanesque style. Over a century old, the building, now known as the Milton H. Latter Memorial Library,...

A photograph of the reference desk on the ground floor of Howard-Tilton Memorial Library.

Tulane librarians underpaid, administrators acknowledge

Rohan Goswami, News Editor March 16, 2022

Tulane University librarians are underpaid relative to peer institutions and national rates, administrators said at a university Senate meeting on March  7. This assessment aligns with responses to...


Howard-Tilton Memorial Library to expand operating hours

Colin Threlkeld, Senior Staff Reporter August 22, 2019

AddiWhen classes begin on Monday, Aug. 26, over-eager students will no longer be held back by Howard-Tilton Memorial Library's oppressive 3:45 a.m. closing time. In an email to students Thursday morning,...


Day in the Life: Howard-Tilton Memorial Library

Rachel Horn, Associate News Editor March 23, 2018

The long hours of Howard-Tilton Memorial Library demand several dedicated student employees. One of the many student workers in the library is junior Patricia Ford. Ford is a student supervisor and...


The Commons to bring new multipurpose space to students

Jonathon Marks, Associate Editor March 21, 2018

The Tulane University Commons is currently under construction and slated to open its doors in 2019. Consisting of three stories and boasting 77,000 square-feet of area, the Commons will include multipurpose...


Unpacking Architecture: Howard-Tilton Memorial Library’s mismatched floors

Peter Kintner, Contributing Reporter February 22, 2018

Though the Howard-Tilton Memorial Library plays an integral role in campus life, most students pay little attention to the building aside from using it as a place to study. Many graduates are unaware that...

Tulanes trees are well-rooted in the universitys past.

Uprooting tradition: Tulane cuts down historic trees

Adrienne Underwood and Ellen Walker November 9, 2017

"When I initially visited Tulane, the first thing that struck me were the trees," freshman Grace Donahue said. "I hadn't been to any other campus that looked even remotely like Tulane's. The trees added...

Tulane School of Architecture develops new programs, designs addition for Howard-Tilton

Robin Boch, Senior Staff Reporter October 24, 2017

Tulane's School of Architecture is relatively small with less than 300 students but has recently become more nationally recognized and has developed a number of new programs. These new opportunities for...

Howard-Tilton Memorial Library implements new security procedures

Tess Riley , News Editor January 19, 2017

In an effort to create a safer and more secure environment, Howard-Tilton Memorial Library staff will be implementing new security standards this semester.  Starting Monday anyone entering the library...

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