Newsletter: April 2019 – Groundbreaking Connections

Tulane students in the Urban Gardening course

Seeing Land as Community

Amanda Blum, a School of Liberal Arts sophomore, reflects on her redefined relationship with nature after enrolling in the course "Urban Gardening" this semester.

Machinal program cover

A Marriage of Past and Present

Senior Drew Pearson draws important connections between past and present in her review of Tulane's latest production, Machinal.

Dean Brian Edwards visits with Eurasia Group founder and author Ian Bremmer

Catching Up With Dean Edwards

Dean Edwards shares how the role of complex thinking continues to shape the comparative approach to a liberal arts curriculum at Tulane.

Speaker and attendants at the Globalizing American Studies Symposium

A New Symposium for American Studies

Globalizing American Studies 2.0, hosted by the School of Liberal Arts, turns attention to indigenous populations, our relationship to water, and global connections as intersections in the field of American Studies.

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