SAY “CHAMPS!” — Members of the Tulane University women’s golf team were all smiles after winning the 2014 Conference USA Women's Golf Championship in Gulf Shores, Ala., this week, claiming the university’s fourth C-USA title in six years. Pictured clockwise from left are coach Lorne Don, Madison Opfer, Gemma Dryburgh, Emily Penttila, Belen Goicoechea and Silvia Garces.
Tuesday, April 29
Doors at 7 p.m., show at 8 p.m.
A regular performer with his band at Tulane University Commencement ceremonies, Michael White and his traditional jazz musicians will be featured at American Routes: Live hosted by Nick Spitzer, a professor of anthropology and American studies at Tulane University, who is producer and host of the “American Routes” public radio show. The show at the Civic Theater in downtown New Orleans will feature masters of New Orleans traditional jazz and Cajun music from French Louisiana. “American Routes” is produced in collaboration with Tulane University. Joining Tulane alumnus White will be vocalist Topsy Chapman, Michael Doucet, the fiddler and founder of renowned Cajun band BeauSoleil from Lafayette, La., Mississippi bluesman Little Freddie King and the Electrifying Crown Seekers.
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