Running of the Bulls- Basically you dress up in mostly white and a little bit of red to run a race against the bulls (aka women on roller skates that are dressed as bulls and hit you with plastic baseball bats!) Best mile time EVER let me tell you! Night Fever- The beautiful/famous St. Louis Cathedral located in Jackson Square is normally not open at night except on this day of the year! Everyone is invited in and the entire Cathedral is lit up with candles and there is gorgeous music planning, crazy beautiful
M.S. Rau Antique Store on Royal Street- They have a bookcase in the back that leads to more secret rooms with famous works of art by artists like Renoir, Monet, Rockefeller Frenchmen street- especially The Spotted Cat, Maison and d.b.a. for live music and swing dancing! Also check out the night time art market Places to eat: Rum House, K-Paul’s & Coulis Walkable from campus: Wayfare, Satsuma, Dat Dog (tuesday night trivia YAY!) City Park- great place to climb trees or crash lavish New Orleans weddings St. Patrick’s Cathedral- absolutely drop dead gorgeous church St. Joan of Arc - THE BEST GOSPEL CHOIR MOST SOULFUL MUSIC IN ALL OF NEW ORLEANS The Path along the Levy- amazing place to bike ride/go for a walk
I wanted to go to a university that was full of movers and shakers. People that were ambitious and optimistic and wanted to get a lot done. I loved the service component of Tulane. I saw how Tulane was getting people involved in serving the community within their major right away and I thought that was AWESOME! I also wanted an adventure. I wanted to experience a new culture and meet people from all over the United States and the world!
Maternal and Child Health with Professor Francois Grossman. Amazing graduate school teacher and such a fascinating class!! I recently got to go to a local play about Birth at a community bar with Professor Grossman and some other students. She rocks.