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Tulane School of Liberal Arts
NEWSLETTER
FEBRUARY 2018
 

NEWS | EVENTS | GIVING | PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES | ACCOLADES




SLA VOICES OF EXPERIENCE

Tulane Professor Amy Chaffee, Voice and Speech professor in the Department of Theatre and Dance, is currently working as a Dialect Coach on Season 2 of "The OA," a popular Netflix Series.
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Additionally, Bouchaib Gadir, a senior professor of practice in the Department of French and Italian, served as an Arabic instructor to an entirely different student body — the cast of the popular TV series "NCIS: New Orleans."
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Tulane researchers central to laser-discovered Maya cities

Two Tulane archaeologists are part of a team of researchers receiving international media coverage and acclaim for the remarkable discovery of dozens of ancient cities in Guatemala through the use of jungle-penetrating LiDAR (light detection and ranging) technology.
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Donor Provides Firsthand Media Experience to Communication Students

Due to the generosity of a donor, four School of Liberal Arts students were given the opportunity to gain firsthand knowledge about the television industry at the National Association of Television Program Executives conference in Miami in January.
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Donors Spotlight — Why We Give


Visiting Studio Artist Endowed Fund

As a student in Newcomb College Katherine (Kathy) Steinmayer McLean (NC '53) pursued her dream of majoring in art in the Newcomb Art Department. McLean never forgot the lessons she learned in the Newcomb Art Department or the impact it had on her life.
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School of Liberal Arts Bequest

Howard Freedman (A&S '67) savors the remarkable opportunities Tulane University made possible for him during his undergraduate career. "I loved my time at Tulane," remarks Freedman, who majored in English and minored in history. "It was exceptional in every way."
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Students Explore Environmental Issues in South Louisiana

This past December, Environmental Studies students traveled across South Louisiana to investigate coastal land loss and tour neighborhoods negatively impacted by petrochemical industrial facilities.
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Opera Returns to Newcomb Department of Music
Revival of tradition to benefit new generation of student artists

For the first time in over thirty years, the Newcomb Department of Music will present a fully staged student opera. In March, undergraduates will perform in a production of The Old Maid and the Thief by Gian Carlo Menotti.
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Message from the Dean
The Voices of SLA
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In the School of Liberal Arts, we speak in many voices. Not only do we cover the globe through our expertise in foreign languages but we communicate through paths ranging from the arts to the social sciences. And in this speaking, we also listen, whether to those who see the world through a different lens or work to make a difference in the lives of those around us.
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New Orleans Shakespeare Festival Announces 25th Season

In celebration of its silver anniversary, the Festival will offer an array of unique programming.

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Tulane Summer Lyric Theatre Announces 51st Season

Join us this Summer for Bernstein at 100, My Fair Lady, Ragtime, and Newsies.

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Tulane Marching Band
2018 Mardi Gras Parade Schedule


TUMB is proud to announce their 2018 Mardi Gras Parade Schedule. Join us and be in that number as the Tulane University Marching Band rolls with various Krewes for 2018.


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Summer Programs
Vast Opportunities

It is not too early to think about summer opportunities. SLA is excited to announce our 2018 summer programs, each providing our students with unmatched educational and career possibilities.
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