1969: Onto Yet Even Higher Education
I don’t know how or why I was ever accepted at any medical school because instead of listing a litany of extracurricular activities, I was a student without portfolio. 864 more words
My post “Nostalgia in New Orleans?” generated some comment among traditionalists on the TradArch list, including Louisiana architect Michael Rouchell. A couple of years ago, he contributed an excellent counterproposal to help my effort to get Rhode Island’s governor to ask developers to boost Rhode Island’s “historic” brand in their project designs. 837 more words
A decade has passed since New Orleans began to rebuild its flooded neighborhoods after Hurricane Katrina. About all anyone beyond the Crescent City has heard of are the goofy new houses of Make It Right, an organization formed by movie star Brad Pitt, presumably to “give back” to his native community. 610 more words
NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) – The Office of Admissions at Tulane University mistakenly sent out 130 acceptance letters to prospective students across the country yesterday.
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Six months ago, Tulane’s Undergraduate Student Government proposed, endorsed and passed a policy working toward providing all-gender restrooms on well-frequented buildings on Tulane’s campuses.
The Tulane Univeristy LGBTIQA Policy Group worked in partnership with USG on passing the policy and testing its feasibility. 669 more words
NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) – New Orleans is home to artists of all kinds – visual, musical, theatrical. But on the West Bank, there’s a place where artists can cut off the outside world, embrace nature, and improve their craft. 365 more words