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Parking instructions and traffic restrictions for today's Tulane University football game

NEW ORLEANS – Friday, the City of New Orleans issued parking instructions and reminders in advance of the Tulane University football game scheduled for today. The public is encouraged to be patient and prepared for heavy vehicular and pedestrian traffic in the specified areas and to make transportation arrangements accordingly. 335 more words


Painful Goodbyes

As I begin settling in to college, I can’t seem to stop thinking about Guatemala and my entire experience there.

Overall, I delivered three babies, improved my Spanish, and sat in for various family planning appointments this summer. 237 more words

Newcomb College Institute

Making a difference through disaster recovery efforts

When natural disasters strike, it’s critical for those in need to receive help from those outside of their respective area. After Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans 11 years ago this week, Baylor College of Medicine faculty members quickly assembled a clinic to meet the medical needs of those who evacuated from New Orleans to Houston. 144 more words


Final Post!

I have officially completed my summer internship with TuckerGurl!!! It went by way faster than I anticipated, but I feel I have accomplished so much. From working on a short film to editing a web series I have definitely gained a lot of useful skills and knowledge. 580 more words

Newcomb College Institute

Dear Haley (and Hannah,)

CW: Sexual Assault

This is a post about Hannah Novak. You’ve heard plenty about her and she’s heard plenty about you in the past few weeks. 1,128 more words


Saying Farewell to Paris (for now)

It’s hard to believe that my year in Paris is done! Having this internship was a great way to extend my time in Paris and bring a close to an incredible year. 381 more words

Newcomb College Institute

End of GrowNYC

I’ve been done with my internship at GrowNYC for some time now and have had a chance to reflect on my amazing summer.

Looking back I feel so thankful for all that NCI and GrowNYC (specifically my supervisor Winnie) provided me with. 260 more words

Newcomb College Institute