Tuesday, September 13, 2005

Send Me Your Tulane Spirit Pictures

Katja , Malinda , and Jess living it up in the BU dorm














Take a picture of something that is Tulane-spirited and I'll post it on the site! Send pics to bnhyman@gmail.com.

31 Comments:

Blogger Ryan said...

Thank you. I subscribe to the RSS feed of your blog, and am quite appreciative of it. I agree with you. and I'll back you up: Pres. Cowen is one of the greatest leaders any University has ever seen.

-Ryan
5th year physics and engineering student

1:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey...just posting to let you know that there is still at least one student applying for the Tulane's class of 2010 :)

2:35 PM  
Anonymous sure thing said...

That should make you a lock.

3:17 PM  
Anonymous greenwave said...

i don't know if anyone else has checked, but scott cowen has a pretty optimistic post on the tulane website regarding the condition of the campus, clean up of the campus, and the opening of the campus.

4:21 PM  
Anonymous ncgwmom said...

Great idea! Tulane students NEED ways to keep in touch! Super news coming out of NOLA, too. Every day will get better now. Don't let anybody get you down. It's time to hope and expect help from everywhere. My son is STILL a Tulane freshman--no mattter where he's taking classes this term.

5:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I just wanted to let you know that not all of us Tulane parents are raving lunatics who are only concerned about how this affects our bank accounts. My family is by no means well off. We have to work very, very hard for every cent we send to Tulane - X 2 - since we have 2 children attending there. Even given this fact, money is not a factor during times such as these.

Most of us Moms & Dads are extremely proud of the way the student body of Tulane University has banded together and done their best not to give up hope. I have no doubt whatsoever that both Tulane and New Orleans will come back stronger than ever thanks to the strength, intelligence, compassion & faith you all have demonstrated during these terrible times.

So don't let the misguided rantings of a few quell your spirit. I am more thankful & proud than ever that my children are a part of such a strong & compelling community. I, for one cannot wait to return to NOLA and stroll the campus of Tulane University. And I'd also like to tell each and every one of you, "Well done!"

5:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

would it be nice to solve some problems?



Option 2:
State Highway Patrol and the New Orleans Sheriffs Dept. (504-658-8633) gave me the go ahead and route to take.

I-10 to Airline (US 61)
Right on Causeway Blvd (LA 3046)
Left on River Road
Left on St Charles
Left on Broadway
Right on Willow
Left on Ben Weiner

Only problem is Tulane Security (maybe). But, I would stop by house on XXXXX and load up what we could if feasible.

Have ID and documents. They say you WILL be stopped.

5:47 PM  
Anonymous jerryvigna said...

like the other parent said, I could not be more proud of the character of the Tulane student body during this crisis.

5:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

does anyone know where i need to send my application for fall of 2006?

6:04 PM  
Anonymous greenwave said...

you can check on www.tulane.edu for where to send your application.
i am certain that question was answered in the transcript of the live chat.

6:11 PM  
Anonymous greenwave said...

or call this number to find out.
1-800-873-9283

6:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

does anyone know where i can buy a tulane t-shirt? all of my tulane stuff is down in nola, but i would like to be able to still represent the green wave pride.

also, does anyone know of where i can get a list that shows how much money other countries have donated to the hurricane relief?

thanks.

6:34 PM  
Anonymous tu mom said...

6:34-lots of Tulane stuff on ebay...I proudly wear my Tulane Mom t-shirt all the time now!

6:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

does anyone have any suggestions on how to get into New Orleans from the East? We are coming from Florida. Do we really have to take I12 to Baton Rouge and then head back East to New Orleans?

6:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Finally-- good news from uptown! Sounds like repairs on campus are already underway...details in Cowen's latest post: www.tulane.edu

6:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

For the prospective Tulane student looking for an application..

http://www.tulaneinfo.org/admission/home.asp

Good Luck!

9:25 PM  
Anonymous volunteer to gulf coast victims said...

Believe it or not, there is a world outside of Tulane. Instead of singing "poor old Tulane", and shipping hard-earned cash off to the greedy, how about helping the people who are really hurting?

5:02 AM  
Anonymous ncgwmom said...

Now that was just unnecessary. Perhaps our sons and daughters haven't lost everthing, as had the woman I met at the airport yesterday, but they HAVE lost something of real value. It's almost cruel to come HERE and say what you said. In addition, it's hardly greed speaking in these comments. In our family, as I'm sure in many others, there's no way our son could attend Tulane without a very large scholarship as well as need-based aid. In the face of that, Tulane still commits to care for his interests. I apprecaite and applaud that as well as their obvious commitment to the people of NOLA--their staff. Who do you think will pay all those employees if Tulane cannot?

Being supportive of Tulane students, faculty and staff has NO bearing on whether one is supportive of the others who lost their homes, etc..

5:36 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Believe it or not, there is a world outside of Tulane. Instead of singing "poor old Tulane", and shipping hard-earned cash off to the greedy, how about helping the people who are really hurting?"


Have you lost anything? I'm really getting sick of people that think they know what people are really hurting. Most students at Tulane actually know people from New Orleans that have lost everything. Do you think we aren't worried about them? I really liked one of them! I don't know if he could come back either. How would you like it if you were torn away from your college just as your life was getting more exciting? This is life altering for Tulane students whether you want to admit it or not. We go to college in a part of the world that was hurt very badly. I think we are probably more aware than ever that a world exists outside of school.

6:41 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear "Volunteer":

Stop that! What makes you think we're not at home..we live in Texas where there are alot of survivors...volunteering our time and donating goods, services and money to help in any way possible. Do not be holier than thou..it is not becoming! Shame on you!

signed..proud to help Tulane and other!

9:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

dear volunteer to gulf coast victims [any anyone else who happens to have the same ideology]:

the first words that came to mind when i read what you wrote were: SHUT UP.

honestly, i was only thinking that because i am so angry at such a response. since i have come home from tulane, i have barely had any sleep. i will have you know that, in addition to attending my fall semester classes, i am helping with the organization of a major fundraiser, i've written various news articles for both the college and local papers, i've been the head developer of fundraising in my old high school, and i've donated my money and, more importantly, my time to the victims. and i'm not just talking about those in new orleans, either.

i hate when my efforts go unnoticed but i especially do not appreciate when someone who is doing the same work that i am thinks that they are better, or somehow more accomplished. because, i will have you know: you are not. we are all in this together. and, and all, help is of value.

and i just wanted a goddamn shirt. jeeze.

10:24 AM  
Blogger MM said...

Could someone point me in the direction of what the situation will be if I take credit/d/fail classes? ie: classes that are pass or fail? Oh btw, sorry Brett I just got internet today. Let me know if I can help any.
Thanks

4:47 PM  
Anonymous Jon P said...

6:45- No you don't have to go all the way to Baton Rouge. take 20 down to 61 (airline hwy). You can take airline all the way into the city, but if you are not a New Orleans resident or even if you are one you run the risk of being turned away. Ive known quite a few people myself included who have made it back into the city, and even with new orleans residents it seems to be a hit or miss thing, but more recently they are more lenient, and now with the french quarter and cbd opening up for business, it might be even moreso, but you never know, they say they want business owners to come back, not necessarily residents or measly old tulane students. If going airline doesnt get you in, you can go back and take 310 across the luling bridge to boutte, then take hwy 90 (or 46? on some maps) across the west bank and cross the crescent city connection. but there too you will surely meet a strong national guard presence, so as for getting in who knows.

9:41 PM  
Anonymous Jon P said...

to add to that. depending on what time your going, going all the way to Baton Rouge might be quicker. If you plan on reaching that far mid day then 20 is faster (scenery is much better too, its a scenic byway) but in the middle of the night taking the interstate is faster.

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