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The Beginning

Hello everyone! My name is Emily Linn and I am a rising junior at Tulane University where I am pursuing a major in Psychology and a minor in Social Innovation and Social Entrepreneurship (SISE). 609 more words

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Web Development in NYC!

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My name is Bryce Berman and I am a rising junior at Tulane, majoring in Psychology and English with a creative writing concentration, with minors in liberal arts management and Spanish.   437 more words

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Study favors making TOPS a need-based scholarship

NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) – State lawmakers should consider making need-based changes to TOPS instead of raising academic minimums for the statewide scholarship program, according to a new study from the Cowen Institute at Tulane. 354 more words

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Summer 2016: Local woman puts the “Lead” in “Women’s Leadership” and a poorly-thought-out pun in her blog post title

I’m always a bit surprised and confused when people ask me what my dream job is, given that most millennials I know and I have been preparing ourselves for the as-far-as-we-can-tell inevitable disappointment of an unfulfilling professional life ever since the housing market plunged the nation into a recession smack dab in the middle of our puberties. 658 more words

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Getting started!

Hey guys! My name is Erin Clancy, and I’m a rising junior at Tulane studying Economics and Public Health. I’m from Boston (or just south of it), and have always loved working. 673 more words

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Genetics Internship at LSUHSC

My name is Lamiya Tauhid, and I am rising senior at Tulane. This summer I am interning at LSUHSC in the genetics department. My lab is working on finding the vaccine for Chlamydia Trachomitis, a common sexually transmitted bacterial pathogen. 262 more words

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$30K reward offered for arrest in shooting death of Thomas Rolfes

UPDATE: The Crime Stoppers reward for solving the shooting death of Tulane graduate Thomas Rolfes is now $30,000. Crime Stoppers said the reward increase is thanks to donations from family, friends,  Kappa Sigma Fraterity alums and CLAYCO, the company for which Rolfes worked. 215 more words

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