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How can small groups of committed people create lasting change? In a political climate in which everyone must choose when and how to engage with limited resources and institutional barriers, how can we find ways to work together and build broad-based coalitions?

Lighting of McAlister is the kick off event for Tulane's annual Homecoming week! Come out for free Raising Canes, giveaways and the presentation of the Homecoming Court! 

Tulane EMS is happy to announce the beginning of our Fall 2018 Applications process! To apply, you must be a freshman or sophomore with a valid driver’s license, a minimum 2.5 GPA, and the ability to commit four semesters to Tulane EMS. We are accepting online applications only. http://campushealth.tulane.edu/tulane-ems-applications

Information Session*  Tuesday, Nov. 6 at 6:00-8:00 p.m. | Jones, Room 102

TUCP Comedy presents a comedy performance on campus!

TUCP Recreation presents a concert on campus!

Come out for this year's Homecoming Concert, featuring Waka Flocka Flame!

Join Carol Bebelle and Adam Bush in a conversation about the future of higher education in New Orleans. Carol Bebelle is Executive Director of Ashe Cultural Arts. Adam Bush is provost of College Unbound, a college designed for “adult learners who have faced significant barriers to attending college”. What does it mean for Tulane to be in New Orleans? What’s next for higher education in this city? How can universities become more accessible, more community engaged? What will be the role collaborative scholarship and community partnerships in shaping the future of the university?

Applications open at noon.

Join The Well for one or more of our luncheon discussions, each centering in a different health topic. The Well is hosting four 1-hour focus groups throughout November to hear what you have to say about health topics and initiatives on our campus.

Free lunch provided. Lunch starts at 11:30 am. RSVPs not required. Bring a friend.

NOV. 2, 9, 16, & 30

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