Monday, September 05, 2005

More Info Coming From Tulane

While I know the info is scarce and vague at best, it seems that the Dean of the Freeman School posted some answers to questions. I'm going to post the link below.
http://brocktice.com:20000/abfreeman/show/QuestionAndAnswer

Check back later for the beginning of a series of commentary looking back on the evacuation and looking forward to the relief.

7 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Does anyone know when Tulane email will be back up?

4:04 PM  
Anonymous whitney said...

Does anyone have a link to the Tulane coursebook? It would be helpful in registering for classes.

4:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i really wish half of the questions weren't answered with "come back later" or whatever non-answer they gave. but its a start.

4:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

There is a link to a non-Tulane website that allows you to download a Tulane catalog on the business school question and answer.

6:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

the site with the complete catalog is www.collegesource.org
but you can also look at www.mytulane.com

6:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Had to comment after the experience I just had. I'm in New York for the semester as a transplanted Super Senior (couldn't get enough of the damned place). Anyway, I just got back from Jacques-Imo's up here in New York and it made me realize just how much I missed New Orleans (as if I hadn't been missing it enough already). As if getting greeted by Jacques himself wasn't special enough (he is so torn up by the situation, it is a truly sad and touching sight), he comped our round of hurricanes (who's psyched for that first 'cane at Pat O's?) Then came fried green tomato's topped with shrimp remoulade (grilled to mm mm mm perfection), grilled amberjack with collard greens and finally, the piece de resistance, their famous fried chicken that i got with red beans and rice; who's mouth is watering right now? As I was walking out, I said goodbye and thank you to Jacques, only to have me go to the bar with him and share some shots of fine Irish whiskey with him (Jacques, you are the man). I have to say that this night brought me way back up after the down that I (and I'm sure everyone else) have/has been through the past week. Any displaced New Orleanians/Tulanians in New York who want to have a drink and benefit New Orleans, there's a benefit at dba's tomorrow night (9/6) and at Jacques-Imo's on Wed. 9/14. We have to keep the spirit alive (although we know it will never die) and I hope to see a bunch of you peoples there to celebrate our beloved city. Lastly, I look forward to next semester and can't wait to initiate all of you naive freshmen into the glorious debauched world we like to call N'Awlins. May g-d be on our side and may the party never stop.
Holla back, y'all.

8:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Everyone go to this website and add your name....this way we can know where all of our fellow Tulanians are!
http://tulane.spatang.com/

8:47 PM  

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