Tulane's Virtual Choir is proud to present their final project of the semester - a moving rendition of "Good Night, Dear Heart" by Dan Forrest.
Discussing race relations and his cinematic vision, Academy Award winner Jordan Peele surprised students in professor Nghana Lewis' English and Africana Studies classes.
Department of Theatre and Dance professor Jennifer Jacobs creatively adapts to remote teaching with impressive guest speakers such as Tony Award winner costume designer Clint Ramos.
Music heals both the maker and the listener. Young artists, all recent Tulane graduates, offer songs to inspire, uplift, and comfort through meaningful lyrics and beautiful melodies.
MFA candidates, not able to open their exhibition to the public due to social distancing guidelines, installed their work and defended their thesis exhibitions virtually.
As course syllabi change and travel plans are canceled, one Latin American art class found creative solutions to engage with communities of Oaxacan women.
The School of Liberal Art is proud to offer credit through creative summer opportunities that offer interdisciplinary approaches to understand the current pandemic.
The School of Liberal Arts is looking to fill the position of Language Learning Center Director.
In this special issue of the School of Liberal Arts newsletter, Dean Edwards offers his views on the extraordinary events of the past month, and the dedication of the School of Liberal Arts to our community.