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Weekly Schedule for 02/26 – 03/03

Weekly Schedule for 02/26 – 03/03

Tulane Baseball Tuesday, February 27th VS UNO | 6:30pm First Pitch | 6:15pm PregameFriday, March 1st VS Yale | 6:30pm First Pitch | 6:15pm PregameSaturday, March 2nd VS Yale | 2:00pm First Pitch | 1:45pm PregameSunday, March 3rd VS Yale | 1:00pm First Pitch | 12:45pm Pregame Tulane Women’s Basketball Wednesday, February 28th @ FLORIDA

“Daddy Was a Number Runner” written by Louise Meriwether

Featured Contemporary Classic Mon-Fri @ 10am, with replays @ 11pm, and overnight @ 4am This modern classic is “a tough, tender, bitter novel of a black girl struggling towards womanhood” in 1930s Harlem—with a foreword by James Baldwin (Publishers Weekly). Depression-era Harlem is home for twelve-year-old Francie Coffin and her family, and it’s both a

Weekly Schedule for 02/19 – 02/25

Weekly Schedule for 02/19 – 02/25

Tulane Baseball Tuesday, February 20th VS Nicholls | 6:30pm First Pitch | 6:15pm PregameFriday, February 23rd VS UC-Irvine | 6:30pm First Pitch | 6:15pm PregameSunday, February 24th VS UC-Irvine | 1:00pm First Pitch | 12:45pm Pregame Tulane Women’s Basketball Monday, February 18th @ TEMPLE | 6:00pm Tip-Off | 5:40pm PregameSaturday, February 24th VS MEMPHIS |

Weekly Schedule for 02/12 – 02/18

Weekly Schedule for 02/12 – 02/18

Tulane Baseball Friday, February 16th VS Northwestern | 6:30pm First Pitch | 6:15pm PregameSaturday, February 17th VS Northwestern | 2:00pm First Pitch | 1:45pm PregameSunday, February 18th VS Northwestern | 1:00pm First Pitch | 12:45pm Pregame Tulane Women’s Basketball Wednesday, February 14th VS SMU | 6:00pm Tip-Off | 5:40pm Pregame Books on Air Best Selling

“Salvage the Bones” written by Jesmyn Ward

“Salvage the Bones” written by Jesmyn Ward

Featured Contemporary Classic Mon-Fri @ 10am, with replays @ 11pm, and overnight @ 4am Winner of the National Book AwardJesmyn Ward, two-time National Book Award winner and author of Sing, Unburied, Sing, delivers a gritty but tender novel about family and poverty in the days leading up to Hurricane Katrina. A hurricane is building over the

Weekly Schedule 02/05 – 02/11

Weekly Schedule 02/05 – 02/11

Tulane Women’s Basketball Wednesday, January 31st VS UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA-BIRMINGHAM | 6:00pm Tip-Off | 5:40pm PregameSaturday, February 4th @ UNIVERSITY OF MEMPHIS | 2:00pm Tip-Off | 1:40pm Pregame Books on Air Best Selling Non-Fiction: THE POTLIKKER PAPERS: A FOOD HISTORY OF THE MODERN SOUTH written by John T. Edge Great Literature: LADY CHATTERLEY’S LOVER written by

“Journey to the Center of the Earth” written by Jules Verne

“Journey to the Center of the Earth” written by Jules Verne

Featured Great Literature Monday-Friday @ 7am with replays @ 3:00pm and 2:00am (overnight) “The reason Verne is still read by millions today is simply that he was one of the best storytellers who ever lived.”  Arthur C. Clarke Journey to the Center of the Earth is a classic 1864 science fiction novel by Jules Verne.

Weekly Schedule for 01/29 – 02/04

Weekly Schedule for 01/29 – 02/04

Tulane Women’s Basketball Wednesday, January 31st @ FLORIDA ATLANTIC | 6:00pm Tip-Off | 5:40pm PregameSaturday, February 4th @ UTSA | 2:00pm Tip-Off | 1:40pm Pregame Books on Air Best Selling Non-Fiction: Ending Tuesday…THE COUNTRY OF THE BLIND: A MEMOIR AT THE END OF SIGHT written by Andrew LelandBeginning Wednesday…THE POTLIKKER PAPERS: A FOOD HISTORY OF THE MODERN

“The Path to the Spiders’ Nest” written by Italo Calvino

“The Path to the Spiders’ Nest” written by Italo Calvino

Featured Contemporary Classic Mon-Fri @ 10am, with replays @ 11pm, and overnight @ 4am Italo Calvino was only twenty-three when he first published this bold and imaginative novel. It tells the story of Pin, a cobbler’s apprentice in a town on the Ligurian coast during World War II. He lives with his sister, a prostitute,

Weekly Schedule for 01/22 – 01/28

Weekly Schedule for 01/22 – 01/28

Tulane Women’s Basketball Wednesday, January 24th @ UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS | 6:30pm Tip-Off | 6:10pm PregameSaturday January 27th VS TEMPLE UNIVERSITY | 2:00pm Tip-Off | 1:40pm Pregame Books on Air Best Selling Non-Fiction: THE COUNTRY OF THE BLIND: A MEMOIR AT THE END OF SIGHT written by Andrew Leland Great Literature: JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF

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“Lessons in Chemistry” written by Bonnie Garmus

“Lessons in Chemistry” written by Bonnie Garmus

Featured Best-Selling Fiction Mon-Fri @ 9am, with replays @ 10pm, and overnight @ 3am #1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • GMA BOOK CLUB PICK • Meet Elizabeth Zott: “a gifted research chemist, absurdly self-assured and immune to social convention” (The Washington Post) in 1960s California whose career takes a detour when she becomes the unlikely star of a beloved TV cooking show. • STREAM ON


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