To Serve Those Who Have Never Been Served

To Serve Those Who Have Never Been Served

By Alexandra Greengrass. Photo: Gigsy. Michael Sorrell is currently president of Paul Quinn College, a historically black, christian university in Dallas, Texas, and has been for the past eleven years. On January 23, Sorrell visited Tulane as the NewDay and…

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Social Innovation Attracts Interdisciplinary Work

Social Innovation Attracts Interdisciplinary Work

By Abigail Bean and Alexandra Greengrass. Christopher Oliver, PhD, never expected to work with an academic center focused on social innovation. "I  was a little taken aback because when I heard the term 'social innovation,' I thought of business schools...…

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Bedsheet Project Provokes Sexual Violence Dialogue

Bedsheet Project provokes sexual violence dialogue

The Tulane Hullabaloo covered a Project IX student led initiative, the Bedsheet Project, which aims to initiate discussions about sexual assault.  By Fiona Grathwohl. Next week, students from every sphere of Tulane will be invited to participate in the Bedsheet Project,…

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School-based Yoga Can Help Children Better Manage Stress And Anxiety

School-based yoga can help children better manage stress and anxiety

Photo: ThinkStock. By: Keith Brannon. Participating in yoga and mindfulness activities at school helps third-graders exhibiting anxiety improve their well-being and emotional health, according to a new Tulane University study published in the journal Psychology Research and Behavior Management. “Our initial work found that many kids expressed…

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