Tulanians are changing the world, and our impact can be felt from New Orleans to cities all across the globe. We invite you to experience the stories that connect us, that embody the Tulanian spirit, and that empower our community as one. Take a look below and stay tuned for more entries into this growing collection. Also, please feel free to share your own stories and successes by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Tulane University Class of 2022 includes many individuals who have had extraordinary experiences at Tulane and who are getting ready to write the next chapter of their life stories.
Tulane is not only the grounds to watch future leaders rise but also the setting to see romances bloom and flourish. From under the oak trees in Audubon Park to the stands in Yulman Stadium, it delights us to share the stories of our Greenies finding their match at Tulane and the Big Easy.
Learn how this star-studded event in 1970 took both Tulane and the city of New Orleans by storm all for one courageous cause.
The force with which Hurricane Ida descended upon southeast Louisiana was mighty, but it was met with a force just as strong — that of the Tulane community.
Byron Kantrow Slosar (TC ’00) is confident and charismatic, a whirl of energy about any topic he is passionate about, but he says he wasn’t always that way. Slosar built HIVE Diversity, a virtual career development and recruiting platform, for the “Byron I was in college. I didn’t really have any idea of who I was, and definitely didn’t understand the power of being my authentic self to anyone – my friends and definitely not potential employers.”
Lisa Mosca (SW *09, PHTM *10) always knew she wanted to help people. It’s what led her to pursue her dual Master of Social Work and Master of Public Health degrees from Tulane University. And it was that same commitment to caring for others — her family and the devoted community of Mosca’s diners — that led her back into co-running the family business, Mosca’s Restaurant, with her mother. What she didn’t know was how her background in public health and her career running the family business would collide in 2020.
Soul Bowl ’70
The Story behind the show
Imagine this. Your favorite artists. An incredible lineup jam-packed in one night. All happening right in front of your eyes and on the 50-yard line of your college campus stadium.
This was the exact case one fall evening in Uptown over 50 years ago. On October 24, 1970, Tulane University played host to a show that could easily go down in history as one of the most star-studded collectives ever assembled.
Ladies and gentlemen, this is Soul Bowl ʼ70.
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