dd September 21, 2014


IN THE FIELD — Tulane University Army ROTC cadets Thomas Pagano, left, and Taylor Stauffer practice evacuating a patient in a combat scenario during  a field-training lab on the Gibson Quad on Thursday (Sept. 18).

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NOLA Bluedoo Run

Saturday, Sept. 20, 6 p.m.

Registration will be open on Saturday for the NOLA Bluedoo Walk/Run/Celebration to benefit the Prostate Cancer Research Program at Tulane University. The two-mile route begins and ends on the academic quad of the uptown campus. All Tulanians and New Orleanians are encouraged to “Get Your Blue On” for Prostate Cancer Research! Since it’s taking place in New Orleans, of course costuming is encouraged — blue is the color emblematic of prostate cancer awareness. Entertainment includes the 610 Stompers, Tulane Soundwave Pep Band and The Original Royal Street Players, and refreshments will be served – jambalaya, red beans and rice, tandoori chicken, sliders, desserts, soft drinks, water, beer and more. There will be a silent auction, featuring a large variety of special items, including golf outings, sailing adventures, gift certificates and artwork. A Survivor Tent is where participants can learn more about prostate cancer, as well as register to win a variety of survivor and caregiver prize packages.

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