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Swing shift - October 24, 2016
The swing on the Cudd Hall porch is the perfect spot to enjoy the cooler fall weather that has finally arrived in New Orleans. 

Remote internships are the next big thing - October 13, 2016
Newcomb-Tulane College has launched the Tulane Remote Internship Program (TRIP), which allows undergraduate students to work with companies and organizations across the country without having to leave campus. The program begins with a Tulane-...

Tulane retention czar aims to help students succeed - October 12, 2016
Tulane University President Michael A. Fitts and dean of Newcomb-Tulane College James M. MacLaren, have appointed Kelly Grant to serve as the university’s retention czar. Grant has taken on many roles during her accomplished career at Tulane,...

Premier players - October 11, 2016
Modern jazz pianist Ellis Marsalis performs with his quartet to a full house in Dixon Hall. The annual concert is presented by the Lagniappe Series of the Newcomb-Tulane College Office of Co-Curricular Programs.   

Enterprising women - September 29, 2016
Early artists in the Newcomb College Pottery program Hattie Joor, Mary Richardson, Esther Elliot, Charlotte Payne, Effie Shepard, Mazie Ryan and Mary Butler work in the studio on the old Washington Avenue campus, circa 1905. This image appeared in a...

Shady place - September 23, 2016
While studying for their classes and internships juniors Cathy Balfe, left, Noa Elliott, center, and Maggie Mullins, right, beat the heat in the shade of Cudd Hall. Balfe and Elliott share a light moment studying the economics of labor as Mullins...

Oak alley - July 05, 2016
The Newcomb College gate, emblazoned with and surrounded by oak trees, pays homage to the oak grove planted by the founders of the college when they took acorns from the original campus on  Washington Avenue and brought them to the Broadway site in...

Abeona House creates compassionate first steps - July 01, 2016
Abeona, the Roman goddess of outward journeys, watches over children’s first steps away from home. It’s a fitting name for the Abeona House Child Discovery Center in the Mid-City neighborhood of New Orleans. The center dedicates itself to the...

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