SIGNS OF LIFE — The relative quiet of the summer gives way to familiar scenes as the fall semester approaches and students return to the Tulane University uptown campus. First-year students move into the residence halls beginning Friday (Aug. 22) and all other returning students move in on Saturday (Aug. 23).
|The President's Convocation for New Students||8/23/2014|
|Riverboat Natchez Dinner Cruise||8/29/2014|
|In the Land of the Wave||9/2/2014|
|Faculty & Staff Appreciation Night||9/4/2014|
|Yell for Yulman||9/5/2014|
|TUCP Presents: LeVar Burton||9/8/2014|
|Kylene & Bradley Beers Lecture with Sarah Carr, author of 'Hope Against Hope'||9/10/2014|
|A Reading with Tracy K. Smith||9/29/2014|
|Town Hall with President Michael Fitts||11/14/2014|
New Orleans Museum Month is a collaboration between museums of all sizes across the greater New Orleans area, from the New Orleans Museum of Art (shown above) to the Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium. It offers museum members the opportunity to use their membership to allow two people admission to all other participating institutions, free of charge, throughout the month of August. Not a member of a local museum yet? Join one and see them all for free during the month of August.
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