CAMPUS NEWS: JULY 18, 2019

FOR THE HEROES

University of New Orleans Leading Joint Effort to Recover Missing World War II Airmen in Germany

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The University of New Orleans will lead an archaeological excavation at a site thought to be the location of a crash of a B-17 shot down during a 1944 bombing raid.

The University of New Orleans will lead an archaeological excavation at a site thought to be the location of a crash of a B-17 shot down during a 1944 bombing raid.

The Midlo Center for New Orleans Studies at the University of New Orleans is hosting the international traveling exhibit, “Climates of Inequality: Stories of Environmental Justice,” that opens Jan. 6 at the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts.  (Photo by Ella McIntire) January 3, 2022
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