HAT TRICK -- Since when did mortarboard art become a standard for self-expression at graduation ceremonies? Here, we give you a survey of some of the more creative shout outs on display at this year's Tulane commencement ceremony. Click on the photograph for more images.
|Family Business Forum||5/23/13|
|Reily Info Session and Tour||5/23/13|
|Pat Steir: Endless Line and Self Portrait||5/24/13|
|Family Art Day||5/25/13|
|Executive MBA & Professional MBA Info Session||5/30/13|
|New Orleans 2013 Second Annual Conference on Housing and Community Development||5/30/13|
|First Down Divas Women’s Football Clinic||6/11/13|
|La Cage aux Folles||6/20/13|
|22nd Annual Ray J. Haddad Memorial Lectureship and Resident Research Day||6/28/13|
Through May 24
Come to Special Collections on the second floor of Jones Hall to experience the magic of fairy tales through age - old illustrations in rare books from 1870-1942. The exhibit is presented by the students of the German studies course, Grimm Reckonings: The Development of the German Fairy Tale, featuring fairy tales from Tulane’s Special Collections and from the Amoss Collection, Howard Tilton Memorial Library.
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