Topic: campus

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Deep Dive In The Jazz Archive

New Orleans jazz is a living, breathing, evolving force, but its origins in the early 20th century require special preservation. That is the job of the Hogan Jazz Archive.

Leading The Way
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Leading The Way

The Board of Tulane announced a new contractual agreement with President Mike Fitts that will run through the academic year ending June 30, 2023.

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Record-Breaking Fundraising Year

Tulane University again smashed its fundraising record, raising more than $150 million in the 2017–18 fiscal year, exceeding last year’s record-breaking year by nearly $25 million.

JL Residence Hall turns 100
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J.L. Residence Hall turns 100

Josephine Louise House—home to generations of Newcomb and Tulane women—is 100 years old this year. 

Mussafer Hall
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New Spaces, New Places

Tulane enhances and expands its campus footprint uptown, downtown and all around.

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The O: 30 Years and Counting

The Office of Multicultural Affairs (The O) celebrated its 30th anniversary — and its mission of promoting inclusivity and supporting people from all walks of life — at a gathering of hundreds of students, faculty and friends in the Lavin-Bernick Center on Nov. 7. The celebration took a sentimental turn as The O’s founder and director Carolyn Barber-Pierre (above) was lauded by colleagues, past and present students, and former college classmates.https://tulane.it/The-O-30-years

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Day of Service

During Outreach Tulane on Sept. 1, students Su Latt Swe Zin and Nadia Kumar bag leaves while cleaning the grounds at Renew Cultural Arts Academy at Live Oak Elementary. The student service event, in which students fan out across the city to sweep, clean, rake, plant and do other helpful activities, is held each year at the start of the fall semester.https://tulane.it/day-of-service-2018

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New Police Chief

Kirk Bouyelas, a 31-year veteran of the New Orleans Police Department, is Tulane’s new chief of police. Tulane President Mike Fitts said that Bouyelas is “an extraordinary law enforcement leader.”https://tulane.it/new-police-chief

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Remember Together

Students Carson Neeves, left, social media chair with the Tulane College Republicans, and Henry Walther, right, president of the Tulane College Democrats, install flags on the academic quad on Sept. 11. Both organizations hoped the demonstration would send a bipartisan message of respect and remembrance for the deceased of 9/11 — and all Americans.https://tulane.it/remember-together

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Outdoor Classroom

This fall, students are enjoying the university’s first outdoor classroom equipped with a chalkboard and bench-style seating. The classroom is located on Pierson Patio between Gibson and Tilton halls. Planning for the $99,000 project, which was fully funded by Undergraduate Student Government (USG), began in 2016. “This was a project created by students for students,” said John Alexander, School of Liberal Arts student, USG director of sustainability and lead on the project.https://tulane.it/outdoor-classroom