This morning when I arrived in the building, I ran into one of our 1998 graduates, who happened to be in the building to talk with one of his former professors. I love it when this happens, because I learn all kinds of interesting things about what our alumni have been doing. This graduate, who had also attended Tulane as an undergraduate, is now working for the US Department of Justice, and although living in Washington, DC, he's spending a lot of time in New Orleans this year, working on the criminal case arising out of the Deepwater Horizon explosion of a year ago. Prior to joining the Justice Department, he worked on war crimes issues at the Hague. It was so nice to see him and to talk with him about his work and to see his continuing connection to Tulane.