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Most of our medical knowledge has come from experiments carried on African American individuals, so why do these individuals receive the worst medical care in America today?

OPINION | Medical community has exploited Black people for too long

Ritisha Sharma, Intersections Editor November 3, 2021

Most of our medical knowledge today comes from experimentation on Black individuals, and yet they continue to be the demographic receiving the worst medical care in America? Blatant medical violence...

Anxious cartoon student

OPINION | Medical community must address mental health stigma

Paul Stolin, Contributing Writer August 25, 2021

Most college students pick a field of study that they believe will lead them to fulfillment and happiness. “Health Professions” is the fifth most popular major at Tulane, suggesting that a significant...

Tulane expands medical school campus Downtown

Tulane expands medical school campus Downtown

Charlotte Block, Associate News Editor March 11, 2020

Completion of the 77,000- square-foot Tulane University Commons, which accommodates the student dining facility and the Newcomb College Institute, has been seen as largely successful by undergraduates...


Tulane students deserve an A-plus on their transcript

Tanvi Telekunta, Contributing Writer February 19, 2020

In a system that rewards grades and other quantitative measurements over qualitative factors like effort or willingness to take risks, students are incentivized to take easy classes to ensure their GPAs...

Tulane Medical Schools controversial history of gay conversion therapy

Tulane Medical School’s controversial history of gay conversion therapy

Emily Fornof, Intersections Editor April 25, 2018

Content Warning: Please be advised that this article contains content related to sexual assault, homophobia and torture. "It's heartbreaking,"  History Professor Randy Sparks said. "As a gay person,...

Chef Leah Sarris presents a cooking demonstration for community members at the Goldring Center for Culinary Medicine.  The Goldring Center offers free cooking classes six to seven times per week at their facility on North Broad Street.

Culinary medicine meets doctor’s office

Lily Milwit, News Editor February 2, 2017

On any given day in an industrial-sized kitchen on North Broad Street, Tulane University medical students are putting down their stethoscopes and lab coats, picking up forks and knives and learning the...

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