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Quiet resistance: Review of “Flint is Family”

Quiet resistance: Review of “Flint is Family”

Alex Calloway, Staff Reporter September 11, 2019

Museums are often considered places of grand spectacle, allure and wonder. A maestro’s brushstroke can reduce a viewer to the most basic of emotions, and many museums pride themselves on this quality....

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Lunch and Learn at Fridays at Newcomb

Alice Moye-Honeyman, Contributing Reporter November 8, 2018

The Newcomb College Institute offers several opportunities for students, from providing mentoring to internship funding, but one of the hidden gems of the organization is the Fridays at Newcomb program....

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FULLABALOO: Newcomb and Stern to be replaced with additional business schools

Matt Saletta, Associate News Editor April 6, 2018

Early this semester, Tulane opened the Goldring/Woldenberg Business Complex. The high-tech business center has been met with overwhelmingly positive reviews from business students and the lowerborn students...

An Evening of Dance to blend the lines of classic dance with media, avant-garde style

Adrienne Underwood, Staff Reporter February 23, 2018

If your ideal weeknight is watching people do two things — an athletic activity and the culmination of months of skillful multitasking — better than you can ever hope to do, then "An Evening of Dance"...

Rachel Beach, one of the artists featured in the Unfamiliar Again exhibition, makes sculptures that blend contemporary abstractionist techniques.

Women abstractionist artists make work ‘Unfamiliar Again’ in Newcomb Art Exhibition

Lily Milwit , Senior Staff Reporter September 8, 2017

At Mana Contemporary, an arts center in Jersey City, New Jersey, artist Anne Vieux creates paintings from abstract scans of reflective and holographic paper. Across the country in San Francisco, artist...

On-campus book drive seeks to provide support, education to local prison population

On-campus book drive seeks to provide support, education to local prison population

Lily Milwit, News Editor April 9, 2017

For students who have shelves piled high with books that they will no longer need after this semester, the Newcomb Prison Project's upcoming book drive provides a way to get rid of old books while also...

In just over 40 years, the glass blowing program has grown from eight students to over 70 students. Many of these students go on to contribute to the glass community of New Orleans after graduation.

Glass arts program celebrates four decades of growth

Margaux Armfield, Contributing Reporter March 22, 2017

For more than 40 years, Tulane has offered students the opportunity to explore glass as a sculptural medium. Professor Gene Koss took charge of the program in 1977 and has seen it grow from only eight...

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