'Getting Back to Abnormal,' tackling race and politics in New Orleans, airs Monday (July 14) on WYES
Louis Alvarez and Andrew Kolker and Peter Odabashian and Paul Stekler set out in 2009 to make the first post-post-Katrina documentary.
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Sci High will hold summer internship showcase July 24 in New Orleans
Sci High will host its annual Summer Internship Showcase July 24 at 4 p.m. at the school, 5625 Loyola Ave. in New Orleans.
Is Bourbon Street authentic? New Orleans scholar makes case in grand, new history
Visiting Bourbon Street is easy: millions do it very year. But reading about the famed New Orleans thoroughfare rarely has been rewarding - at least until the appearance of Richard Campanella's "Bourbon Street: A History."
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Creative Loafing Atlanta
Picking up the pieces of Atlanta Public Schools
About two months ago, Meria Carstarphen introduced herself to dozens of Atlanta's top educators, politicians, and journalists at the Commerce Club for an Atlanta Press Club newsmaker luncheon.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Vigil marks 1-year anniversary of slain social worker's unsolved murder
Standing around the very patch of grass where she took her last breaths, family and friends of Ashley Qualls gathered Wednesday to commemorate the one-year anniversary of her unsolved murder .
Flashback 2008: Obama Rips Bush for Katrina Flyover
On February 7, 2008, then-Sen. Barack Obama at campaign rally at Tulane University in New Orleans, LA blasted President George W. Bush for initially flying over the damage in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina instated of making a presidential stop at the site of the storm damage.
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Ray Nagin sentence surprises some experts. Why it was only 10 years.
Former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin leaves federal court after being sentenced in New Orleans Wednesday.
Summer Lyric's crisp 'Chorus Line' remains one singular sensation
On paper, "A Chorus Line" simply shouldn't work. As a play, not much happens. As a musical spectacle, there's only really one big production number and that's essentially the curtain calls.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Tulane to become smoke-free campus on Aug. 1
The goal of the policy, which was passed in May 2013, is to protect non-smokers from exposure to second-hand smoke while encouraging current smokers to quit, said Scott Tims, director of Tulane University Student Health Services .
Tulane withdraws demolition request for Newcomb building as protest mounts
The building housing the Newcomb College Institute at Tulane University is slated to be replaced with a new building, but its demolition will require City Council approval.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Colleges could lose federal funds over sexual assault policies
Senators on Capitol Hill pressed Department of Education employees last month about how to ensure student safety, decrying the number of sexual assaults on college campuses and the lack of clear reporting to help guide prospective students and their parents.
Virgin Islands Daily News
UVI appoints first medical school dean
Dr. Benjamin Sachs, a former dean of Tulane University School of Medicine and a current Harvard Medical School senior lecturer, has accepted the position of the interim dean for the University of the Virgin Islands Medical School.
Tulane University donors Jill and Avie Glazer sell renovated home for ...
Jill and Avie Glazer pose for a photo at Tulane University's 12th annual Helluva Hullabaloo Auction and Party in the Lavin-Bernick Center on the Tulane University campus in New Orleans, La., Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2013.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Tulane anthropology professor receives National Geographic Society grant
Marcello Canuto, an anthropology professor at Tulane University, inspects a hieroglyphic staircase discovered at a site in Gautemala in 2012.
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Congratulations to these Hollis scholars
Jake Kobylarz was awarded a $2,000 scholarship by the Scholarships for Military Children Program.
Harvard graduate to be Chrysler Museum's next leader
The new director of the Chrysler Museum of Art has a doctorate from Harvard in the history of art and architecture and has led three other art museums.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Lunn leaving Christus Health Shreveport-Bossier for Tulane
Dr. William Lunn, who lead Christus Health's hospital consolidation in Shreveport, will take a job as president and CEO of the Tulane Health System in New Orleans.
American Athletic Conference welcomes Tulane to league with open letter
Tulane is one of the new schools joining the American Athletic Conference today as a full member.
Mon Jun 30, 2014