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Women leaders in New Orleans are focus of TIDES course
October 24, 2018

Clare Daniel, administrative assistant professor of Women's Leadership at Newcomb College Institute, teaches first-year students  how personal, organizational and institutional factors affect women’s practices of leadership in “Women Leading New Orleans,” a Tulane Interdisciplinary Experience Seminar (TIDES) course.

Introducing the Class of 2022
August 27, 2018

As the newest group of Tulane students forges ahead with their first week of classes, get to know them better in today’s info graphic.

President’s Convocation welcomes Class of 2022 to Tulane
August 24, 2018

President Mike Fitts continues the tradition of welcoming the incoming freshman class in the McAlister Auditorium to officially embrace the new Tulanians into the community.

Orientation–Drum Roll, Please
August 23, 2018

Orientation activities acquaint first-year students to life at Tulane.

Reading Project opens dialogue about relationships, sexual assault
August 23, 2018

Incoming first-year students can connect with Tulane faculty and peers while discussing Beartown, the 2018 Tulane Reading Project selection.

Move in: New beginnings
August 22, 2018

First-year students arrive on campus for Move-In Day.

Students discover grave reminders of New Orleans’ past October 27, 2017 

First-year Tulane students uncover New Orleans’ hidden history through the TIDES course “New Orleans Cities of the Dead.”

Speaking Up: Kimberlé Crenshaw September 27, 2017 

Tulane students, faculty and staff, as well as members of the New Orleans community convened in McAlister Auditorium for the 2017 Tulane Reading Project keynote lecture by noted civil rights advocate and scholar Kimberlé Crenshaw.

Tulane Reading Project to host campus-wide discussion September 20, 2017 

The 2017 Reading Project selection is "Between the World and Me" by Ta-Nehisi Coates. The book reads as a letter to the author’s teenage son about the feelings, symbolism and realities associated with being black in the United States.

Freshman seminar revamped, rebranded as TIDES 2020 September 7, 2017

The Tulane Interdisciplinary Experience Seminar Program has been redesigned as TIDES 2020.

Faculty and students get acquainted outside the classroom March 16, 2017 

Tulane Department of Housing and Residence Life is transforming the on-campus living experience with the new Faculty Mentor Program, which is designed to create opportunities for students to collaborate with professors outside the classroom.

Tulane Adds 'Spark' to JL House with New Residential Learning Community February 23, 2017

Tulane Housing and Residence Life plans to change the face of Josephine Louise House with the addition of a new Residential Learning Community focused on female-based programming and opportunities.