Tags » Tulane University

Island Coast coach Wayne Blair returns home

The Island Coast Gators are going on the road, while their first-year head coach is heading home on the very same trip.

At 7:30 p.m. Friday, Island Coast High School football coach Wayne Blair, a 39-year-old, Canadian-born music buff and one-time NFL prospect hopes to continue one of the best coaching debuts in Lee County history. 879 more words

News

Africa and the Ebola Crisis

Streamed live on Oct 2, 2014
Abayomi Izikiwe talks about the Ebola Crisis and Africa

Illegal study drug use on the rise, not addressed by universities

As finals season slowly becomes the top priority on university agendas, students are more likely to pop pills before the library than before heading to a party. 631 more words

VOICES FROM CAMPUS

The Colleges With The Happiest Students, According To The Princeton Review’s 2014-15 Ranking | Arlen Benny Cenac - Education

Tulane University ranks among the “happiest students” list.

If you feel like a room without a roof, you’re either Pharrell Williams or a Commodore. That’s because Vanderbilt University, located in Nashville, Tennessee, recently scored the number one slot in the… 279 more words

Education

The Colleges With The Happiest Students, According To The Princeton Review's 2014-15 Ranking

Tulane University ranks among the “happiest students” list.

If you feel like a room without a roof, you’re either Pharrell Williams or a Commodore. That’s because Vanderbilt University, located in Nashville, Tennessee, recently scored the number one slot in the… 259 more words

College

Ebola: Case X, the mysterious person behind the disease spreading to Africa and the US

Ebola: Case X, the mysterious person behind the disease spreading to Africa and the US

11/05/14
0833

The US Government, Tulane University, Department of Defense, the CDC and a host of others inside a vast consortium are responsible for the past and recent Ebola outbreaks in Africa and now in the United States of America. 2,730 more words

US officials unveil plan to test Ebola drugs

NEW ORLEANS – The quest for an Ebola treatment is picking up speed. Federal officials have unveiled a plan to test multiple drugs at once, in an umbrella study with a single comparison group to give fast answers on what works. 910 more words

Health