Topic: campus

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A New Home for Scientific Research

The Steven and Jann Paul Hall of Science and Engineering will connect students, scientists and entrepreneurs in pioneering research and interdisciplinary learning.

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A revitalization of chess

The Tulane Quick Chess Tournament is just the latest in a long history of the game at Tulane.

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Impression: Austin Hogans

Austin Hogans (A ’20) organized a campaign to give Louisiana architecture students free design supply kits.


Steven and Jann Paul Hall Opens

When the Steven and Jann Paul Hall for Science and Engineering officially opened in January as the new home of the School of Science and Engineering, it will bring 70,000 square feet in a five-story building with research laboratories, an animal research facility, a 200-plus seat auditorium, student gathering areas and more.


Tulane is a ‘hunger-free campus’

The Louisiana Board of Regents designated Tulane and other Louisiana universities as a “hunger-free” campus, indicating that Tulane has established elements of a program designed to combat food insecurity among students, including participating in at least one anti-hunger awareness event each academic year.

Lindsay Cronk, Mollye Demosthenidy and Anita Raj

Shared Success

Three new campus faculty leaders — Lindsay Cronk, Mollye Demosthenidy and Anita Raj — have bonded over their new roles and agree that now is an even more exciting time to be a Tulanian.

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New Director of Athletics

David Harris is the Green Wave’s new Director of Athletics and the Ben Weiner Director of Athletics Chair.

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The ‘Dream Job’

Angus Lind writes about memories of the Tulane pool hall/bowling alley/ping-pong facility, where he had a student job — a dream job.