Game three of Tulane baseball's series against Charlotte canceled due to inclement weather
Runners lead the way for Tulane track and field at the Southeastern Louisiana Invitational
Despite LeBlanc's first-career 8.0-inning complete game, Tulane baseball falls to Charlotte
Merrill throws gem in Tulane baseball's shutout loss to Charlotte
Double-duty in store for many Tulane track and field athletes this weekend at Southeastern La., LSU meets

Wind horses

May 16, 2013 1:00 PM

by Nick Marinello and Ryan Rivet

Wherever he visits, the Dalai Lama is welcomed  by strings of prayer flags. The Tibetan word for these colorful cloths is "lung ta," which literally translates into "wind horse." In the video below, Ron Marks, the dean of the Tulane School of Social Work, talks about the significance of prayer flags and what they can mean to a community that displays them. Marks has conducted a graduate-level course in northern India for more than 10 years. It was at his invitation that the Dalai Lama is visiting New Orleans to speak at the Tulane Unified Commencement Ceremony on Saturday (May 18).

Commencement logo 

Tulane University, New Orleans, LA 70118 504-865-5000