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Tulane experts speak on conservative female voters and other news - October 12, 2018
Transcript: Welcome to Tulane News in Review, a wrap up of Tulane experts quoted in national news. The New York Times interviewed Tulane political scientist Mirya Holman in a story about conservative female voters. She also co-authored a piece...

Students, alumni of Criminal Justice Clinic help free inmate - October 05, 2018
It took 11 years and 22 student attorneys from Tulane’s Criminal Justice Clinic to help free Michael Monroe. Last week, after serving 21 years of a life sentence in Louisiana’s State Penitentiary at Angola, Monroe’s legal saga ended; he was...

Former NFL quarterback addresses male privilege - September 26, 2018
First-year students at Tulane University attended a candid discussion about sex, consent and male privilege as they relate to sexual violence during the Tulane Reading Project keynote lecture Tuesday in McAlister Auditorium. Don McPherson, former...

Tulane Law School conference to feature top media experts - September 21, 2018
Media scholars, legal minds and reporters for The New York Times and The Washington Post are among more than two dozen experts who will serve as panelists at a freedom of the press conference Sept. 27-28 at Tulane University School of Law. Titled...

Research, rankings and a really large fish collection - September 14, 2018
Transcript: A deep into Tulane’s massive fish collection and the university earns top marks in U.S. News & World Report’s latest rankings. Here’s the latest Tulane News in Review. U.S. News & World Report released their rankings of the...

Law student’s interests include research and pro bono work - September 04, 2018
Andrew Taylor, a third-year student at Tulane Law School and pro bono advocate, recently published an article in Environmental Law Reporter, a major environmental law periodical. Taylor’s article, “Union of Concerned Scientists v. Pruitt: Can EPA...

Tulane experts talk sports scandals and representation in film - August 31, 2018
From sports scandals to representation in film, Tulane experts are the go-to sources for today’s biggest news stories. Here’s the latest Tulane News in Review. Director of Tulane’s sports law program, Gabe Feldman, commented on a number of major...

Unplugged: Tulane introduces new outdoor classroom - August 29, 2018
When the weather is nice, it’s a common sight to see students with their professor engaged in discussion beneath one of the many oak trees that grace the uptown campus of Tulane University.   New this fall, students are enjoying the university’s...

It’s official - August 24, 2018
A Tulane tradition, the President's Convocation officially welcomes the Class of 2022 into the Tulane community.

What’s in a name? - July 27, 2018
Transcript: TIME features two Tulane experts and two big Tulane grants make national headlines. Here’s a full wrap up in Tulane News in Review.   TIME magazine is publishing a special issue on the American South, which features two prominent...

Tulane experts have their say in politics, public health and more - July 13, 2018
Transcript: One of Tulane’s new deans talks health inequities and a professor examines the history of cool. Those stories and more are featured in this Tulane News in Review. Tulane professor of history Walter Isaacson appeared on CNBC to talk...

Tulane experts tackle tough topics - June 15, 2018
Video transcript: Tulane experts are all over the national news…here’s a full recap of Tulane News in Review. People packed a Russian stadium to watch a World Cup match Friday and many sat on bleachers outside the stadium. Tulane Russian...

From blood pressure guidelines to national anthem protests, Tulane experts make headlines - June 01, 2018
Video transcript: From blood pressure guidelines to national anthem protests, Tulane experts made national news for a number of topics. Here’s the latest Tulane News in Review. The Soul Queen of New Orleans is now a doctor. Tulane awarded Grammy-...

Can a tweet be defamatory? - May 30, 2018
Long ago, you could tell a member of the media by the fact that he — and it always was a he — wore a hat bearing a card that read “press.”  His biggest worry was getting his facts straight because, otherwise, he would be sued for defamation. Today’...

Tulane students create app to manage rental deposit disputes - May 21, 2018
Two Tulane students have turned their gripes with renting into a company that could revolutionize how lease agreements are managed. Lydia Winkler, a third-year law and business student, and Marco Nelson, a first-year MBA student, are the creators...

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