In inimitable Tulane style, Commencement 2018 fuses music, humor, reflection and joy.
Hailed by The New York Times for "tackling the disconnect between 'truth' or 'fact,'" novelist and English professor Zachary Lazar mines stories of the incarcerated. He also brings his Tulane creative writing students to prisons, grounding fiction in reality.
Printmaker and art professor Teresa Cole rolls up her sleeves and gets to work, creating beautiful art and in the process expressing difficult ideas.
A dance company, led by two Tulane graduates, choreographs prizewinning productions to raise consciousness about gender equality and respect for women and other social justice issues.