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green polymer spheres connected to each other
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In 1997, Tulane physics professor Wayne Reed developed a technology in his lab to make the production of polymers — which are used to create plastics and other widely used products — greener and more efficient.

Nick Spitzer sits with a microphone, headphones and a computer
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Nick Spitzer, professor of anthropology, celebrates 25 years as producer and host of the public radio program “American Routes.” Broadcasting from a studio on the Tulane uptown campus, Spitzer continues to be grateful to “meet and converse” with vernacular musical artists as he brings their stories to a million listeners weekly.

thumbnail-Melissa Weber inside the Hogan Jazz Archives
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Curator of Jazz

Melissa A. Weber, also known as DJ Soul Sister, has been named curator of the Hogan Jazz Archive.

New Orleans at night
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Startup Activity

Since 2006, Tulanians have founded at least 355 companies, a third of which are located in the New Orleans area.

thumbnail-Tulane basketball coach, Ron Hunter
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A Winning Culture

Ron Hunter, the new Green Wave men’s basketball coach, invites fans to experience the energy of the team this season.

Richard Campanella
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Louisiana Writer

Tulane geography professor Richard Campanella, author of 11 books on the geography, history, architecture and culture of Louisiana, is the recipient of the 2019 Louisiana Writer Award.

sushi plates in The Commons
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Good Eating in The New Commons

The astonishing options for healthy dining in The Commons match up to the spectacular architectural ambience of the new place to hang out on campus.

thumbnail of Erica Washington in front of Bea Fields House
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Why I Volunteer for Tulane

Tulane’s synonymity with New Orleans is what drew me to the university.

Chief Justice Sotomayor speaks at Tulane
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Justice Sonia Sotomayor Dispenses Wisdom

Conversation with the President

brown eggs in egg container
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Planet-Friendly Diet

Food production is an important contributor to climate change, accounting for about a quarter of carbon emissions globally.