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OPINION | Disconnect between students, service learning

OPINION | Disconnect between students, service learning

Billie Wyler, Contributing Columnist February 7, 2022

Tulane University prides itself on its dedication to public service, and the school’s commitment in this area has not gone unrecognized. In fact, The Princeton Review ranked Tulane as the No. 1 Most...

Mandating service learning during a pandemic does more harm than good to New Orleans.

OPINION | Tulane’s hypocrisy showcased by mandating service learning during pandemic

Carina Marx, Contributing Writer October 15, 2020

Tulane University’s mandatory service learning requirements have been written about many times before. While their purpose is about more than an angelic and selfless student body or administration,...

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Letter to the Editor: Tulane should be proud to be associated with Peace Corps

Elias Garcia, Alumnus October 3, 2018

I am writing this letter in response to the article “Tulane students must be critical of No. 1 Peace Corps Volunteer ranking” that was published on September 27, 2018. As an alumnus of Tulane and...

Fifteen women representing all eight Tulane sororities traveled to Nkoka, Malawi to build a school in support of womens education this summer.

Tulane sororities help build school in Malawi

Clara Lacey and Carrigan English August 25, 2017

Fifteen women from various Tulane sororities traveled to Nkoka, Malawi, for 10 days to build a school this summer.  The Circle of Sisterhood Foundation connected Tulane sorority members with the international...

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