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At this outdoor health education tabling event, peer health educators (TUPHEs) will lead students through practical and educational activities on safer drinking strategies to help reduce risk during Mardi Gras. Students will also learn how and when to intervene if they find themselves or a peer in a risky situation. After engaging with these activities, students will pick up their limited-edition Mardi Gras fanny pack that contains parade essentials such as hand sanitizer, tissues, band-aids, almonds, and a Mardi Gras pocket card with safety tips, etiquette, and checklists.

Wear your Tulane gear each Tuesday and stop by the LBC between 11AM-1PM to get today's free treat - Local Corn Hushpuppies from Rimon Kitchen @ Hillel



Sponsored by the Newcomb Art Museum and the Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life.



Don't forget to have your loyalty card stamped!



** You must wear Tulane gear to receive the giveaway, no exceptions

** Giveaway applies while supplies last and are first come, first serve

Musicians Lynn Drury, Sarah Quintana, Queen Koldmadina, Spirit McIntyre, Margie Perez, and Keith Porteous will take the stage in Freeman Auditorium to perform brand new pieces crafted specifically for the exhibition and inspired by the stories o

Enjoy an interactive and interpretive performance in the museum from students in Tulane professor Ausettua AmorAmenkum’s Hip Hop and African Dance course as they dance in response to themes presented in the exhibition.



This event is free and open to the public. Email museum@tulane.edu or call 504.314.2406 with questions.

Drop by Freeman Auditorium for a free screening of The House I Live In. Filmed in more than twenty states, the film captures heart-wrenching stories of those on the front lines of the ‘War on Drugs’ — from the dealer to the grieving mother, the narcotics officer to the senator, the inmate to the federal judge — and offers a penetrating look at the profound human rights implications of America’s longest war.



This event is free and open to the public. Email museum@tulane.edu or call 504.314.2406 with questions.

Join the Newcomb Art Museum for a free exhibition tour, performance, and open conversation with PerSisters featured in the exhibition.



12 to 1pm - (In the Museum) PerSisters and co-producers of the exhibition Syrita Steib Martin and Dolfinette Martin, will lead a tour of the exhibition.



Commemorate Juneteenth with a live musical performance inspired by Per(Sister) and celebrate the run of Per(Sister) with an exhibition reception including free food, drinks, and a chance to celebrate in communion with all those involved in the show.



Please note: Per(Sister): Incarcerated Women of Louisiana closes July 6.



This event is free and open to the public. Email museum@tulane.edu or call 504.314.2406 with questions.

Drop by Freeman Auditorium in the Woldenberg Art Center at Tulane University for a free screening of two films documenting treatment of formerly and currently incarcerated women.



 

Please join us in celebrating the opening of the new Tulane Doctors Specialty Psychiatry Clinic Mid-City. The clinic is led by Dr. Ashley Weiss, and is a partnership between Tulane University Medical Group and the Department of Psychiatry and Behvaioral Sciences. Two specialty programs are located at the clinic, one for first episode psychosis and the other for peripartum mental health. We hope you'll join us to learn more, meet our staff & celebrate this accoplishment.

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