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Lisa Jackson
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Global Reach

Protecting the planet is what Lisa Jackson is most passionate about.

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Player, a Giver and a Leader

Christian Montano, a center for the Green Wave football team who transferred from Brown this year, will have a special fan in the stands for the Army game on Oct. 5 in West Point, New York.

Bobby Mannis
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The Wisdom in the Room

Before you are a global citizen you are a citizen of your own country — or state. Bobby Mannis (SLA ’18) is fulfilling his responsibilities as a citizen of the state of Illinois as he works on the front lines of democracy.

reading a sign using google translate
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Global Education for Gen Z

Brian T. Edwards, dean of the School of Liberal Arts, advocates for learning other languages.

Gibson Hall by Errol Barron
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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.

Earl Long, 1959
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Politics, Louisiana Style

Angus Lind recalls colorful Louisiana politicians and other assorted characters, and a few memorable quotes from the state’s history.

Troy Dannen
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Troy Dannen Sees Fan Base Rallying ’Round

Tulane athletic director Troy Dannen was as nervous as any Green Wave fan that November afternoon at Ford Stadium in Dallas.

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.

Cultural Exchange
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Cultural Exchange

I believe Tulane University needs to be a leader in welcoming students from other countries, cultures and every socioeconomic background. It enriches the lives of the students who come here, whether they grew up in New Orleans or are arriving in this country for the very first time.

Cuba by Shutterstock
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The Cuba Connection

Angus Lind explores the cultural ties between Cuba and New Orleans, sometimes described as “Latin America’s most northern city.”