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New York Fashion Week trends for Tulane students to try

New York Fashion Week trends for Tulane students to try

Rachel Horn, Staff Reporter September 21, 2018

New York Fashion Week offers the general public a sneak peek into all of the biggest fads for the spring and summer seasons of 2019, and with its conclusion begins the mad rush to try them all on for size. While...

Close TU Home: Walking distance activities

Rachel Horn, Staff Reporter April 18, 2018

For students with limited transportation and restrictive budgets for Ubers, finding places to eat at and things to do close to campus is crucial. There is no shortage of restaurants and activities near...

Professor Julia Lang talks with students at The Phyllis M. Taylor Center.

Tulane offers innovative courses for Spring 2018 semester

Rachel Horn, Associate News Editor November 9, 2017

After fulfilling their core requirements, students may be looking to diversify their schedules with some unconventional courses. As class registration for the Spring 2018 semester approaches, students...

The LBC introduced the optimal mothers room by removing the toilet, installing a new countertop and purchasing a new chair.

Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life introduces mother’s room

Rachel Horn , Associate News Editor October 25, 2017

Starting this semester, the Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life will feature a mother's room on the second floor directly across from Qatar Ballroom. The room is available with key access from 7 a.m....

Kelch-Brickner previously served as the Chief Student Conduct Officer and Deputy Title IX Coordinator as well as an area director at Loyola University New Orleans.

Tulane hires Loyola University investigator Alexandria “Lex” Kelch-Brickner

Rachel Horn , Associate News Editor October 5, 2017

Alexandria Kelch-Brickner will join Tulane's Office of Student Affairs as a conduct investigator. Following the addition of a second student conduct investigator under the new Student Code of Conduct,...

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Student Health Center implements policy accepting outside insurance

Rachel Horn , Contributing Reporter September 10, 2017

Students now have the opportunity to use outside health insurance at the Tulane Student Health Center. The Health Center has prepared for the launch of this project for the past two years through research...

Freshmen seminar revamped, rebranded as TIDES 2020

Freshmen seminar revamped, rebranded as TIDES 2020

Rachel Horn, Contributing Reporter September 7, 2017

The Tulane Interdisciplinary Experience Seminar Program has been redesigned as TIDES 2020. According to Associate Director of Academic Programs Cristina Lawson, Tulane altered TIDES in response to...

Chef Daniel Esses opened Rimon at The Goldie and Morris Mintz Center for Jewish Life this month. The  menu includes healthy, affordable, locally produced, Kosher food.

New chef Daniel Esses transforms Hillel’s kitchen with Rimon

Arianna Blatt and Rachel Horn August 24, 2017

Rimon means "pomegranate" in Hebrew. In the Jewish tradition, a pomegranate symbolizes wisdom and knowledge. In keeping with Rabbi Hillel's values of knowledge and wisdom, Chef Daniel Esses introduced...

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