dd August 5, 2015


DO NOT ERASE — Spend some time in the hallways and labs of Stern Hall and you’re bound to see, at first glance, what looks like graffiti art but are actually scientific equations. Based on observation, one can deduct that despite the importance of the computer as a tool to dissect and share information, there is nothing like pen and pad.

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Katrina: A 10-Year Anniversary Reading

Saturday, Aug. 29 at 3 p.m.

The Tulane University English Department will present a reading of poetry, fiction and creative nonfiction by New Orleans writers in response to the storm.  Tulane's Tom Beller, Peter Cooley and Jesmyn Ward will be joined by Kay Murphy and Niyi Osundare from the  University of New Orleans and performance poet Gian Smith. The event takes place in Freeman Auditorium and is free and open to the public.

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