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  • Negotiations continue over Tulane scholarships

    Senators bogged down over what restrictions they're willing to add to lawmakers' annual Tulane University scholarships.


  • Tulane coach Rick Jones out rest of season

    An illness that has sidelined Tulane baseball coach Rick Jones for 10 games now will keep him off the field for the rest of the 2014 season.


  • Parade to honor retiring Tulane leader

    A portion of Freret Street in Uptown New Orleans will be closed to vehicular traffic Friday afternoon for a parade honoring retiring Tulane University president Scott Cowen.


  • Correction: EIU Athletic Director story

    In a story March 27 about the resignation of Eastern Illinois University's athletic director, The Associated Press erroneously reported the location of the school's campus. EIU is in Charleston, not Macomb.


  • Wynton Marsalis to address Tulane graduates

    Nine-time Grammy winner and Pulitzer Prize recipient Wynton Marsalis will be the keynote speaker at Tulane University's commencement this spring.


  • Woodard, Tulsa beat Tulane 70-49 in C-USA tourney

    James Woodard scored 24 points and second-seeded Tulsa used a pair of second-half runs to take a 70-49 victory over seventh-seeded Tulane on Thursday in a Conference USA tournament quarterfinal.


  • Tulane comes back to beat North Texas 66-61

    Freshman Jonathan Stark scored 21 points as Tulane rallied from a 13-point second-half deficit to beat North Texas 66-61 in the second round of the Conference USA tournament on Wednesday.


  • Southern Miss coasts past Tulane 68-51

    Matt Bingaya and Aaron Brown each finished with 14 points and six rebounds, pacing Southern Miss past Tulane 68-51 Thursday night to clinch a share of the Conference USA regular-season title.


  • No. 22 Middle Tennessee beats Tulane 64-52

    Ebony Rowe scored 24 points and grabbed 14 rebounds as No. 22 Middle Tennessee delivered coach Rick Insell his 1,000th career win, knocking off Tulane 64-52 in the regular season finale Wednesday night.


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