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Campus Services adapts to meet student, faculty and staff day-to-day needs for fall semester - August 10, 2020
Over the past few months, Tulane's Campus Services has modified operations with safeguards to mitigate the risk of COVID-19 and provide a safe environment for the returning Tulane community. Here is a round-up of the various services:  Shuttles...

Tulane bands together to assist COVID-19 student move-out - March 16, 2020
As communities worldwide face the COVID-19 pandemic, Tulane University has taken major steps in responding to keep the campus community safe while allowing students to continue their education.  The university announced last week that all classes...

Lockers to be installed on Tulane campus for mail, package deliveries - October 14, 2019
Changes are coming to mail and package delivery on Tulane's Uptown campus. As Bruff Commons will soon come down to make way for a new residential complex, Tulane Mail Services was given the opportunity to reimagine how they provide services. The...

Students enjoy last meal at Bruff as The Commons opens - August 21, 2019
Students enjoyed their last dinner served at the Bruff Commons Dining Room on Aug. 20, 2019. Bruff, built in the 1960s, will eventually be torn down and replaced with a residential quad. The Commons, a $55 million, 77,000-square-foot facility that...

Tulane was fully prepared for worst-case Barry - July 13, 2019
Hurricane Barry largely sidestepped the New Orleans area during its long, wet slog across the state, causing minimal damage to Tulane’s campuses outside of a few downed limbs and the unfortunate loss of a large oak outside of Gibson Hall....

’Tis the season for the tiniest Tulanians - December 20, 2018
Tulane University is known widely for its top-ranked collegiate experience, but there is another cohort of students on campus busy learning about nature, science and, this week, the importance of giving. The Newcomb Children’s Center on the uptown...

Ready, set, Gordon - September 04, 2018
As Tropical Storm Gordon approaches the Gulf Coast, the Tulane community takes necessary precautions to ensure safety across campus.

Power shower - August 13, 2018
A worker power sprays the exterior of Devlin Fieldhouse, home to Avron B. Fogelman Arena, as dark clouds move in from the west. Across campus, maintenance projects near completion in preparation for the fall semester.  

Sun screen - June 26, 2018
Visitors to the uptown campus walk past Chinese pistachio trees in front of the Boggs Center for Energy and Biotechnology. The ornamental tree, which does not produce pistachio nuts, is popular for its fall color and its wide canopy that creates...

Escape route - June 11, 2018
A beaten path leads to shade and cooler temperatures under the southern live oak in front of Mussafer Hall on the uptown campus. 

Balanced beam - June 05, 2018
A steel beam moves slowly overhead during construction of The Commons on the uptown campus. Located where the Berger Family Lawn meets Newcomb Place, the new three-story structure will include a 58,000-square-foot dining facility as well as a 19,000...

Heads and tails - April 11, 2018
Steam rises from freshly boiled crawfish as Jerry Caillouet, owner of Mandeville Seafood, serves them up Wednesday morning on McAlister Place. Caillouet and his team boiled 1,300 pounds of the local crustacean for Craw Dat, an annual event hosted by...

Gratitude - April 06, 2018
Awards are lined up and ready to be presented at Tulane’s 2018 Staff Recognition Event on Friday, April 6. The annual luncheon took place at The Roosevelt Hotel, and marks the second year employees were celebrated at a unified ceremony for their...

Keep palm and carry on - January 29, 2018
Just outside Irby Residence Hall, a large phoenix canariensis palm tree commands the attention of passersby. Also known as a Canary Island date palm, the tree is approximately 50 to 60 years old, planted not long after Irby’s construction in 1956.  

Downtime - November 27, 2017
During his lunch break, Charlie Williams, a Tulane staff member with Facilities Services, reads the day’s news on his favorite bench near Freret Street and McAlister Place.  Williams says, “I like this spot. Despite all the action, I find solace...

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