THE BIG DITCH — Tulane University President Mike Fitts, center, gets a close look at the Panama Canal and the new expansion project construction site with Jose (Pepe) Barrios Ng, the parent of a Tulane student, and former deputy administrator of the Panama Canal Authority, right, and project director Juan Wong H.
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Sunday, Feb. 1, noon – 3 p.m.
This Green Wave Community Market at Tulane Hillel, a student-run initiative, started through Hillel’s Tulane Jewish Leaders program. This month’s market brings local and student vendors of food, produce, and arts and crafts, along with freshly made breads, free bike help and live music. The theme for this market is “Mardi Gras Market.” Look for goods such as handmade purple, green and gold bow ties, accessories with costume flair, vegan king cakes from Breads on Oak, and potted plants from New Orleans Green.
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