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Discrimination Claims: Midpoint Blog Post

Hi again!

I can’t believe I’ve already reached the mid-point of my research assistant-ship! My time in the lab and in New Orleans in general this summer is really flying by. 658 more words

Summer 2014

Snake & Jake's

It’s correctly called Snake & Jake’s Christmas Club Lounge: Dimly lit dive bar with very late hours.

It’s located on Oak Street in a straight line from the teacher’s college at Tulane University. 193 more words

Ray Laskowitz

Reminder: Participate in Tulane’s Conflict Minerals Post-filing Survey

Many of you are aware of, and some of you have participated in, Tulane’s anonymous conflict minerals post-filing survey, which aims to reveal the realities of Dodd-Frank Section 1502 regulatory compliance. 308 more words


Tulane University Alum Ross Higgins Begins Peace Corps Service in Guatemala

Name: Ross Higgins

Age: 22

Hometown: Franklin, Tennessee

University: Tulane University

Major: Neuroscience

Year of Graduation: 2014

Country of Service: Guatemala

Assignment: Community Services

“I attended a university where service learning (volunteering) was a cornerstone in receiving a degree. 414 more words

Tulane University

Midpoint in Mexico

It’s hard to believe that I am already approaching the midpoint of my internship with SOMA. In agreement with the sentiments of my fellow bloggers, it feels like I arrived just a week ago. 699 more words

Summer 2014

SOMA: Summer in Mexico

This summer I am interning with SOMA, a non-profit art collective based in Mexico City.  The organization has two principal aims: to provide excellent post-graduate fine arts education, and to foster communication and growth with the city’s art scene. 451 more words

Summer 2014

Midpoint at Mama Maji

My internship is unique in that I am working at an organization that values women first and foremost. Their belief is that women are the changemakers and all of the work that they do follows this mentality. 524 more words

Summer 2014