dd October 10, 2015


KICKIN’ IT UP — First-year student Ibrahim Belkhouche, right, executes fancy footwork to move the ball past an opponent during an evening practice of the Tulane University men’s soccer club. The group, which holds practice twice a week on the uptown campus, is one of over 30 sports leagues offered through the Tulane Club Sports program.

  • Kickin’ it up

    October 9, 2015 1:00 PM
    Bi-weekly soccer practice is a kick in the grass.
  • Taking risks in sculpture

    October 9, 2015 11:00 AM
    Emily Hermant, who joined the faculty this semester as an assistant professor of sculpture, seeks to inspire art students to ‘take risks, to work in new ways with traditional materials.’
  • The view from Gibson: Wrinkle-free research and more

    October 9, 2015 10:15 AM
    Tulane has proven how necessary university research is with an astonishing list of research “firsts” and discoveries throughout its more than 180 years. Who knows what the next Tulane research breakthrough might be and how it will improve all of our lives?
  • Football treks to Philadelphia for an American showdown against Temple

    October 9, 2015 9:47 AM
    On Saturday (Oct. 10), Tulane (2-2, 1-0 The American) puts its two-game win streak on the line this week when it hits the road for an American Athletic Conference game at Temple University (4-0, 1-0 The American).
  • Tulane awarded $3 million to study impact of pollutants in Caribbean countries

    October 9, 2015 9:00 AM
    The National Institutes of Health awarded a $3 million grant to Tulane University and the Academic Hospital Paramaribo in the Caribbean nation of Suriname to establish a center to study how neurotoxins from mining and agricultural development are affecting pregnant women and child health throughout the Caribbean.

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Celebración Latina

Sunday, Oct. 11, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.

The Stone Center for Latin American Studies along with Audubon Zoo will present the 11th annual Celebración Latina at the Capital One stage and field, with support from the Jefferson Financial Credit Union, Pan American Life Insurance Group and Marathon Petroleum Co. WWNO Radio serves as media sponsor for this year’s celebration. Visitors of all ages will enjoy food, live music and other entertainment with a Latin flavor. Local Latin groups will take to the stage including Ovi-G and the Froggies. Children can create their own souvenirs at a special arts and crafts tent, and community partners such as Catholic Charities, the Center for Public Service, Puentes and the New Orleans Public Library’s Pebbles Center will offer social service and wellness information to visitors. Celebración Latina is free with zoo admission

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