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UM Medical Students Meet Their Match

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) — Dozens of senior medical students gathered Friday for a crucial “first step” to practicing medicine.

It’s called Match day and it’s held simultaneously at every medical school in the United States including at the University of Miami’s Miller School of Medicine. 193 more words


RPCV Perspectives: "Reflections on Diversity in Peace Corps Service"

The following article originally appeared in the Fall 2014 issue of The Internationalist, the Peace Corps Programs magazine produced by the Master’s International (MI) Program at Tulane University’s School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine.  928 more words


Aaron Liberman must balance life as Orthodox Jew and college player

by Howard Megdal
March 11, 2015

An Orthodox Jewish basketball player came to Brooklyn. You’d think this would occasion a parade, thousands of people in the seats, perhaps an impromptu hora. 131 more words


Noted author Jesmyn Ward reads at Drue Heinz Lecture Series

Award winning author and associate professor at Tulane University, Jesmyn Ward, spoke in low tones, reminiscent of the shy reticent young teacher she was when she first started her teaching career.  783 more words


12 tips on dreaming big and living easy, from a departing Tulane senior

As my time at Tulane winds down and graduation fast approaches, I’m hoping to impart a little wisdom not just on navigating Tulane, but also on living in the NOLA. 443 more words


Weekend Update--Complete with Grainy Phone Photos

This past weekend I joined my humans for a whirlwind road trip to New Orleans. We had a fabulous time. We started our fun Friday afternoon at… 625 more words

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Tulane baseball nationally ranked for the first time since March 2011

Here’s the report from WGNO Sports. Next up for Tulane: at Nicholls State Tuesday night. 14 more words

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