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After the wild success that was February's session of Speakeasy, we've decided to wrap up the semester with another round - THE MOB STRIKES BACK! Our friends in the All Strung Up Ensemble have agreed to return and give another rousing performance to set the mood!

Both new players and those who played last time are welcome! As before, period dress is encouraged for maximum enjoyment. 

 

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Third Conference Series of the year. At home against HCC

This achievement ceremony highlights the academic accomplishments of students by allowing them an opportunity to celebrate with family and friends. It is a cultural celebration that recognizes students of color as well as LGBTQ+ identified students and their allies by acknowledging their lived experiences, achievements, and contributions at Tulane University and to The O.

The Pinning Ceremony does not take the place of the University Commencement ceremony. As part of the celebration, all graduates are honored with the Faces of OMA Pin and The O Honor Cord.

 

Come learn about health disparities in the New Orleans community and how we can address them. Speakers will consist of Rheneisha Robertson from the Institute of Women and Ethnic Studies, Dr. Mark Wilson from the Tulane School of Public Health, and Shannon Watson from the Check It STI testing program. Food will be provided! Co-hosted by CACTUS and the Center for Public Service.

Crawfest Ticketing for Students 2019

The A. B. Freeman School of Business is holding a career panel for students to learn more about jobs in the financial services sector. Eight executives will give short talks and respond to questions about careers in asset management, commercial banking, insurance, investment management, sales and trading, trust management and more. A networking reception will follow. The event is scheduled from 7-9 p.m. in Room 170 in the GW Business Complex. 

 

Speakers include:

Ann Guice, CTFA Sr. Vice President, The Peoples Bank

The Tulane University Police Department (TUPD), along with other law enforcement agencies across the United States, will joins forces with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) in the National Take Back Initiative! This event allows citizens to anonymously submit unwanted prescription drugs, which are then properly secured, weighed, and collected by representatives of the DEA for proper disposal.

The event will take place on Saturday, April 27, 2019 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at three collection sites:

 

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