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Join the Tulane Art Club for a COMPLETELY FREE shirt screenprinting workshop! We provide supplies and you bring your creativity - and clothes that you're willing to get a little messy!

Come remember the trans+ folk who've been taken from us with a candlelit vigil run by the Gender Exploration Society. McAlister tabling from 10-4:30 to create the decorated paper bags with the victims names, vigil starts on the McAlister Stage at 4:30

Come out to run or walk this costumed, two mile “fun run” around Tulane’s uptown campus! Event is sponsored by USG Student Safety Committee and TUPD, seeking to involve the student body and greater community in a holiday themed event while raising money for the New Orleans Police and Justice Foundation. The run starts and ends on Brown Quad. Be sure to wear your holiday themed costume. Prizes will be distributed based on costume and race time.

Members of all sororities are invited to join an informal "book club" cosponsored by the Tulane Panhellenic Council and NCI. We read SHORT essays and stories by women writers. This time, we will discuss Roxane Gay's "Bad Feminist, Take One and Take Two." Email Sami Lapayowker at Panhel (slapayow@tulane.edu), or Molly Pulda at NCI (mpulda@tulane.edu) to get a copy of the reading.

 

Tulane's Environment & Energy Law Society is throwing the 24th Annual Environmental Law & Policy Summit at the Law School on March 22-23, 2019. 

 

The NCI Reproductive Rights and Reproductive Health Internship Program is made possible through the Donna and Richard Esteves Fund for Women’s Reproductive Rights and Reproductive Health. NCI is excited to once again provide undergraduate students with a chance to have a paid internship at reproductive rights and reproductive health organizations in New Orleans during the spring of 2019. We have five open positions, each providing the opportunity to develop valuable skills, knowledge, and connections related to this field.

Stacie LeBlanc, J.D., M.Ed., is the Executive Director of the New Orleans Children's Advocacy Center (NOCAC) and Audrey Hepburn CARE Center, non-profit programs of Children's Hospital New Orleans that provide forensic exams for over 1,500 children annually.

Newcomb Art Museum presents Uncommon Exchanges, a unique dialogue between unlikely pairings of Tulane and Gulf South experts, in partnership with A Studio in the Woods, The ByWater Institute at Tulane University, and New Orleans Center for the Gulf South (Nola Gulf South). For this special program marking Juneteenth, artist Bmike will be in dialogue with Dr. Rosanne Adderley, Associate Professor of African Diaspora History at Tulane University. Assistant Director of the New Orleans Center for the Gulf South Dr. Denise Frazier will moderate.

ABOUT THE SUMMIT

This one-day leadership conference is designed for emerging and current student leaders and will feature sessions on a wide variety of topics related to Tulane University’s Leadership Framework.  The Summit will provide Tulane students with the opportunity to learn from the vast expertise of our faculty, staff, alumni and campus partners to share their leadership experiences with each other and to establish a network of support within the university.

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