Lake and River, the first wave of Tulane’s transformative residence halls, opened in August. With classroom and gathering space for all students, these beautiful new residences will transform the Tulane experience through an innovative combination of living and learning opportunities on the uptown campus.
Chef Edgar “Dook” Chase IV, grandson of New Orleans’ Creole cuisine legend Leah Chase, and his wife, Gretchen, opened Chapter IV, a restaurant in the new Thirteen15 building on Tulane’s downtown campus. The restaurant offers breakfast, lunch and Sunday brunch. The Thirteen15 building, located on Gravier Street, is the current site of the Tulane Innovation Institute and home to apartments designed for members of the Tulane community.https://tulane.it/chapter-iv-restaurant
Michael Cunningham, associate provost for graduate studies and research, a Suzanne and Stephen Weiss Presidential Fellow and professor in the Department of Psychology, has joined the President’s Cabinet to ensure that the needs, opportunities and contributions of postgraduate students are represented at the highest level of university leadership.https://tulane.it/president-cabinet