dd July 30, 2015






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NEW CONSTRUCTION — Circa 1894, an unidentified ‘Gibson Girl’ stands straight for the camera in front of newly constructed Gibson Hall. The building was a sight to see along mostly residential St. Charles Avenue, at the time a dirt road.

Editor's Picks

Remembering trauma surgeon Dr. Norman McSwain
Tulane archaeologists help unearth key Maya monuments
New alcohol policy ready for fall
Mignon Faget's new jewelry line: A symbol of gratitude

Don't Miss

Summer Lyric Theatre


Hello, Dolly!

July 30 – Aug. 1

Hello, Dolly! has been charming audiences since its debut, enjoying three Broadway revivals, a movie, and international success.  The New York Herald Tribune called this multiple Tony Award winner “a musical comedy dream.” For tickets, call the box office at 504-865-5269 or email the Newcomb Department of Music.



Campus Spotlight

Hurricane Katrina, 10 years later.

Katrina & Beyond

New Orleans public schools elicit scrutiny and hope
Website, exhibit tell the story of ‘Katrina & Beyond’
NOLA schools show dramatic improvement post-Katrina

New Orleans

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