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Next generation Los Angeles pianist Connie Han will celebrate the release of Crime Zone, her debut album for Mack Avenue Records. Han, who began her professional piano career at 17 year-old, performs an edgy blend of modern and traditional jazz. “Because I never received training from a formal jazz piano teacher, most of my musical perspective actually came from interacting with a professional drummer when I was just a youngling, trying to hang on for dear life,” she says. “I think that experience has given me a unique edge which informs the heavily percussive elements of my playing.”

Join Newcomb Art Museum for Diasporic Conversation, the book launch of "“Political Blackness in Multiracial Britain." It will be an evening of music, reading, and commentary to launch Tulane professor Mohan Ambikaipaker's newly released book from the University of Pennsylvania Press.

The Newcomb Alumnae Book Club is meeting near you!

Hosted by Livvy Lipson (NC '68) and Wendy Ludwig (NC '64).

Please RSVP to or 770-843-3150 by October 9th.


Drop by the Newcomb Art Museum on Second Saturdays this fall for guided exhibition tours focusing on different themes present in the current tricentennial show, EMPIRE, led by different faculty and staff from Tulane.


Join the Office of Sustainability and the Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life teams for a fun night of lights out - participants take a lighted bike ride around the Tulane neighborhood with a stop at Mellow Mushroom for some munchies in the middle!  We only have 50 bikes, so sign up now!

As we gear up for the midterm elections in November, stop by our table to register to vote in Louisiana or your home state, request your absentee ballot, or sign up for voting reminders! 

Students Asked to Participate in NCHA Survey Nov. 5-19

The NCHA-II (National College Health Assessment-II) survey is a tool used to evaluate the health and well-being of students at hundreds of universities around the nation. It is conducted by the ACHA (American College Health Association) and has helped identify the unique health needs of college students for over a decade.


In our busy, “automatic pilot” lives, we may find that we crave opportunities to be mindful. In this program, participants will examine the focus of mindful meditation, define it, explore what it is and isn’t, identify its benefits, discuss data that supports mindful meditation and have an opportunity to experience it.

Program highlights: Relaxation, Mindfulness, Meditation, Letting go, Experiential activities

Date: Wednesday, September 19, 2018 Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Location: Uptown Square, Suite 220 Presenter: TBD

Amnesty International is hosting a film of the documentary 91%. 91% is a locally-produced film by John Richie, highlighting the disconnect between the non-passage of gun violence legislation and the portion of the population that supports comprehensive background checks.