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Exterior of Lake and River Residence Halls

New Lake and River Residence Halls are now open

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.

abstract image with mesh mapping, connecting lines and circles in blue and red

Data literacy for the next generation

Data is everywhere. We are consuming, generating and sharing data. This fall, the Connolly Alexander Institute for Data Science (CAIDS) officially offers Tulane faculty and students programming to significantly increase Tulanians’ data fluency.

graduates in caps and gowns at the Commencement ceremony with night sky

We Are the Champions

Heralded as champions by President Michael A. Fitts during his address, the Class of 2023 gathered under the lights of Yulman Stadium to celebrate their academic achievements during the Unified Commencement Ceremony held on May 20.


(De)Colonizing the Coast

The New Orleans Center for the Gulf South commemorates the city’s Tricentennial with a symposium focused on the Indigenous people of Louisiana.

Wave of the World sculpture in City Park lagoon

Feminists in the Visual Arts

Lynda Benglis created The Wave of the World when she won a contest sponsored by the 1984 World’s Fair in New Orleans. Owned by the city of Kenner, Louisiana, The Wave of the World sat in disrepair for years after Katrina until the Helis Foundation funded its restoration. The sculpture/fountain is now on display in a City Park lagoon by the New Orleans Museum of Art.