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Tulane Magazine

September 2015

Storm of Change
On the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, we look at how Tulane has moved beyond recovery and rebuilding toward a renaissance of creativity, collaboration and community. By Michael Luke

Changed Landscape
In the decade since the storm, and with $676 million in infrastructure improvements, Tulane has greener, more efficient facilities for learning, living and exploring. By Carol J. Schlueter

Water, Water Everywhere

With the sea rising and the ground sinking in New Orleans and the rest of Southeast Louisiana, Tulane scientists are scrambling to figure out what can be done to stop the looming disappearance of a lush and productive coast. By Mary Ann Travis

The Long Way Home
Music—and the musicians—are a siren call to Gwen Thompkins, luring her back to New Orleans post-Katrina. By Gwen Thompkins, NC ’87

Once and Future Katrinas

A geographer speculates about what once was, what might have been and what still can be in New Orleans’ relationship with water. By Richard Campanella