MEASURE TWICE, CUT ONCE — Gianna Morelli, a junior in the School of Architecture, works on a project in the architecture shop on the ground floor of Richardson Memorial Hall. The shop enables architecture students to work in wood, metal, concrete and various other materials.
|Newcomb Film Series: The New Black||10/27/2014|
|Architect Tom Kundig, FAIA||10/27/2014|
|Prospect 3: Notes for Now||10/28/2014|
|Hew Locke Artist Talk at the Newcomb Art Gallery||10/28/2014|
|Ghoulman Stadium Spooktacular: Green Wave Football vs. Cincinnati||10/31/2014|
|A Reading by the Tulane Creative Writing Faculty||11/3/2014|
|Music at Midday||11/5/2014|
|Beyond 'Hope Against Hope:' A Conversation feat. Mary Laurie, Aidan Kelly & Geraldlynn Stewart||11/5/2014|
|Clara delMarmol/Annabelle Bernard Vocal Series||11/6/2014|
|TUCP Presents: Trivia Night||11/6/2014|
Friday, Oct. 24 – Sunday, Oct. 26
The 5th annual South Central Conference on Mesoamerica is hosted by the Middle American Research Institute at Tulane University this year. The conference provides a venue for scholars, students and the interested public from across the south-central U.S. to share ideas, information and interpretations. The meetings feature keynote speaker John Watanabe, associate professor of anthropology at Darmouth University, a reception after the keynote, and papers presented by scholars and students of Mesoamerica. All presentations take place in the Kendall Cram Room (Room 213) in the Lavin Bernick Center on the Tulane uptown campus. The conference is free and open to the public.
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