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Preview 2018: Tulane Green Wave. At Some Point, This Will Work

Preview 2018: Previewing and looking ahead to the Tulane Green Wave season with what you need to know.

Preview 2018: Tulane Green Wave

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City Park Pictorial, Part 2: Gander Point

The City Park Fishing Pier, featured here last week, is visible from the roadway. During my recent meanderings, I discovered another, smaller, fishing pier tucked away and not visible from Marconi Drive. 173 more words

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4th Annual USB College Football Head Coach Power Rankings: AAC

We are back for a fourth straight year everyone! Yes, it’s time once again to power rank every single coach in college football by conference. Everyone knows that in the game of football, the head coach position is arguably the most important position on the team. 706 more words

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A Brief Overview of NYC Sports

John Gandolfo graduated from Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana, with a bachelor of arts in health and wellness. Following his time at Tulane, John Gandolfo joined G&G Duct Cleaning in Long Island City, New York, as operations manager. 194 more words

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Walter Isaacson and the Vitruvian Man

Learned at Tulane’s Immersion Day as Walter Isaacson talks about the importance of collaboration:  One of the most famous drawings in the world, the Vitruvian Man, was not a solo effort of Leonardo DaVinci – but a collaboration of about 4 people.  8 more words


Tulane Immersion Day

Originally posted April 2018

Starting my research (ok stalking) of the amazing speakers at Tulane’s Immersion Day.  Great topics include Infectious Disease & Antibiotics, AI Collaboration with Atomwise, Neuroscience and Imaging, NHP Research, and tons more.  7 more words