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13 hrs ago | The Times
RUSTON - As March is Women's History Month, Louisiana Tech's department of history has joined with Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society, Inc., and the Louisiana Tech Chapter of the American Association of University Women to put together a month of events.
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17 hrs ago | NOLA.com
CNBC's Jim Cramer excites the crowd when he enters Dixon Hall theatre as he hosts his show Mad Money from Tulane University's Business School in October 2010.
22 hrs ago | Star-Telegram.com
The race for Fort Worth's District 9 council seat is a heating up - with five candidates committed to the race and another still considering the plunge into politics.
Yesterday | Victorville Daily Press
In mid-February, some 1,500 students from all over the world gathered to discuss freedom at the Students for Liberty Conference in Washington, D.C. Economist Donald Boudreaux showed the students a department store catalog from 1958 to underscore how the free market, while contributing to income inequality, also dramatically improved the lives of ... (more)
Tulane University, which made community service a post-Katrina requirement for graduation, has announced a partnership that will let people continue that service after getting their degrees -- and get paid for it.
Loyola University officials weren't happy to see images of the schools' sign on the front lawn destroyed on social media.
On March 29th, California Stage Theater Company will host one of the most nationally significant and unique theatrical events Sacramento has seen in years.
Somewhat lost amid the turmoil abroad and Academy Award fever in the U.S., the White House yesterday was the site of a major student protest against the Keystone XL pipeline.
Mr. Ackerman, a member of its business services group, concentrates his practice on representing midsized corporations, closely held companies and family-owned businesses and their owners.
From the Division of Preventive Medicine, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA ; Welch Center for Prevention, Epidemiology, and Clinical Research, The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD ; and Department of Epidemiology, Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, New Orleans, LA .
Police arrested dozens of young people protesting the Keystone XL project on Sunday, as demonstrators fastened themselves with plastic ties to the White House fences and called for U.S. President Barack Obama to reject the controversial oil pipeline.
It's a crazy era. College degrees - and laws school degrees and business school degrees - are worth less and less.
Beads are essential to celebrating Mardi Gras season in New Orleans, but what happens to the tokens when the revelry ends? In Louisiana, Mardi Gras comes each year with dozens of parades filled with marching bands, colorful floats and parade-goers who scream, "Throw me something, Mister!" That "something" the crowd wants are beads.