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Come visit this interactive student showcase held by upperclassmen from Arts for Social Impact, a class based in the Taylor Center for Design Thinking and Social Innovation. There will be a variety of different projects on display, each representing a unique intersection between arts and society. Paint a rain barrel, participate in a multimedia art show, and browse the beautiful art pieces on display. There will be free food and coffee!

The Tulane-Newcomb Choir presents

That's what she said: a snapshot of women in choral music

featuring settings of the work of Sarah Teasdale and Anne Bradstreet, and compositions by Fanny  Mendelssohn Hensel, Gwyneth Walker, Chen Yi, and Hildegard von Bingen.

End of year celebration

After you have made it through the first day of classes we invite you to come out and get to know the O Peer Mentors before the Matching Ceremony. This will be a great opportunity to engage with the mentors, grab some food, and get to know other first year students before you are officially matched with your mentor for the fall semester.

 

TAC is partnering with Classics Club to bring Dr. Ellen Oliensis, a professor of Classics and Comparative Literature at UC Berkeley to talk at Tulane at 3 pm in Jones 204. A reception will follow after the lecture in the Classics office located in Jones. Her research examines Latin poetry, in particular the poet Ovid.

 

 

 

Drop by Newcomb Art Museum on Saturday, April 13 for a tour of the current exhibition led by artist Lee Deigaard!



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Our first annual TUVA Gala will be hosted in the Marshall Family Commons in Tulane Business School, we will be showcasing Vietnamese performances such as singing, dancing, and traditional Vietnamese wear. There will also be Vietnamese cuisine provided, plus we will be announcing the sum our organization has raised for our Collective Philanthropy Project, introducing the 2019-2020 Executive Board and announcing the 2019-2020 President!

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