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Step Up Ball Screen Play

Tulane did a great just of:

  1. Screening for the screener
  2. Getting hedge on wrong side

From underdog to national champs, Tulane women's rugby goes for gold again

NEW ORLEANS– Tulane women’s club rugby surprised everyone last year, even themselves, when they brought home the national championship last spring.

This year they’re headed back to nationals in California, with a different mindset. 216 more words


Brazilian Tulane Guest Lecturer Arrested For Raping The Student Who Showed Him Around Town

Rafael Schincariol, a 34-year-old Brazilian lecturer, was arrested after accusations that he violently raped a drunk graduate student at Tulane University in February 2017.

Schincariol, 34, spoke at the university just hours before the alleged attack as a representative for the Organization of America States Commission for Human Rights. 320 more words


Cross-Training (or, Tulane Corporate and Securities Law Roundtable)

My pal Ann Lipton–corporate governance and securities law expert and blogger extraordinaire over at BLPB–is organizing a conference at Tulane Law School today on the topic of… 244 more words

Hey, Tulane...Let's talk about our issues

Tulane’s got issues, and we all know it. The first step to fixing those issues is getting the administration to acknowledge them when they’d rather keep their heads up their asses- so, in no particular order, here are just a few things our dearly beloved school needs to work on. 239 more words


WVU offense explodes to end losing streak

By Ryan Decker

After back-to-back games of slow starts offensively, the West Virginia Mountaineers (7-4) made sure they jumped on top early in a big way. 545 more words


WVU drops second straight vs. Tulane

By Ryan Decker

Tulane (3-7) starting pitcher J.P. France held West Virginia’s (6-4) offense to its weakest performance of the season Friday night.

France pitched seven strong innings, keeping the Mountaineers off the scoreboard and largely off the base paths, limiting them to just four hits. 371 more words