Topic: campus

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Center of the Action

The Newcomb Institute evolves in the 21st century, taking a prominent place in The Commons and carrying on Josephine Louise Newcomb’s vision for women’s education.

Gibson Hall by Errol Barron

Physical Places and Spaces

Architecture Professor Errol Barron — in his signature watercolor drawings — and English major graduate Frankie Fachilla — in a very personal essay — are inspired by the Tulane Uptown campus.

bead tree on campus

Beloved Bead Tree

The original, beloved Bead Tree was removed from Tulane’s Uptown campus on May 14.

‘Graduated with Honors’ Wall Recognizes Student-Athletes

‘Graduated with Honors’ Wall Recognizes Student-Athletes

The top academic achievers among Tulane student-athletes have received recognition on a wall in the James W. Wilson Intercollegiate Athletics Center.

Dr. Scot Ackerman (E ’78)

Makerspace Named in Honor of Donor, Alumnus

The MakerSpace at Tulane University, which offers students and professors access to digital fabrication tools like 3D printers, laser cutters, milling machines and lathes as well as traditional hand and power tools, will be named the Scot Ackerman MakerSpace, thanks to a generous gift from Dr. Scot Ackerman (E ’78), a radiation oncologist and medical director of the Ackerman Cancer Center in Jacksonville, Florida.


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

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.

students on A.B. Freeman School of Business stairs

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

J.L. Residence Hall turns 100

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