POSTERIZED — Sophomore Rachel Smith peruses items at the poster sale on Thursday (Sept. 18) in the Pedersen Lobby of the Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life on the Tulane University uptown campus. Smith says she attended the sale, which runs through Friday, to find something to decorate her dorm room.
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Friday, Sept. 19, noon
Come to the Tulane University Bookstore in the Lavin-Bernick Center to hear author and alumnus Laura Lane McNeal read from her book, Dollbaby. After Hurricane Katrina, McNeal struggled for two years to rebuild not only her home, but her way of life. The experience left McNeal inspired to write about the New Orleans that was and that never would be again in her debut novel that takes place during the Civil Rights era. McNeal grew up in New Orleans. After receiving two undergraduate degrees from Southern Methodist University, she went on to earn an MBA from Tulane University.
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