CROWNED — An assortment of hairstyles was on display at the annual Hair Affair sponsored by the Tulane African-American Women’s Society and Newcomb College Institute. Proceeds from the event benefit Project Butterfly NOLA, a program created to assist girls of African heritage in their transition from adolescence to adulthood.
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Wednesday, April 22, 7:30 p.m.
The Tulane Concert Band will present its annual spring free concert, followed by a reception with milk and cookies. The concert will feature composers of the British Empire who, through their compositions, transformed the traditional military band of the 19th century into the modern concert band of the 20th century. The program finale is “Mars” (from The Planets) by Gustav Holst. This ensemble includes 80 student musicians from all academic fields across the university, performing together under the umbrella of the School of Liberal Arts and the Newcomb Department of Music.
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