dd February 12, 2016






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OBSERVANCE — Reverend Thomas Schaefgen distributes ashes to Tulane University students, alumni and neighbors during the annual Ash Wednesday (Feb. 10) evening Mass on the uptown campus. With over 200 faithful in attendance, there was standing room only in the chapel of the recently dedicated Fr. Val Ambrose McInnes, O.P. Center for Catholic Life.

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This Valentine’s Day, love your planet. Hear Daniel G. Nocera, Patterson Rockwood Professor of Energy at Harvard University, speak on “The Global Energy Challenge: Energy for 1 (x 6 Billion).” Nocera is developer of the Artificial Leaf, a construct for localized solar energy conversion and storage. He is a National Academy of Arts and Sciences member, he was named one of Time magazine's 100 Most Influential People in the World in 2009, and he received an Emmy nomination for his efforts to bring science and technology to the public on “NOVA.”

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