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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

Come cheer on the Green Wave as we take on East Carolina in this year's homecoming game!

Come out for our annual comedy show with Dave Coulier, best known for his role as Uncle Joey from "Full House"!

Come out for giveaways, candy bar, Dippin' Dots, photo booth, inflatables, etc. on the Berger Family Lawn (LBC Quad)!

Submit your application to be on the 2019 BOD by 11:59pm.

Apply to be an On-Site Coordinator for LeaderShape 2019!

 

The Maternal and Child Health Coalition is a group of individuals and community organizations dedicated to advocating for improved health services for women and children in New Orleans. Due to the dire statistics concerning birth outcomes, particularly for women of color, in the New Orleans community, the coalition is requesting that the City Council and Mayor’s Office re-establish an office of maternal and child health within city government to monitor this crisis and implement interventions to improve how women give birth in this city.

We invite members of the Tulane Community to celebrate our 30th Anniversary with the Office of Multicultural Affairs and the Black Alumni Network of Tulane University (BANTU). Registration for this event should be completed through the Tulane Homecoming Website

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