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The Office of Multicultural Affairs is celebrating 30 years of service and advocacy at Tulane University. Please join us as we honor the past, engage in the present, and prepare for the future. We will also announce our move to a new, larger space on campus.

We will be having two shows on the night of November 3rd.

During Homecoming, The O will host a networking reception with members of the Black Alumni Network of Tulane University (BANTU) and current students. 

Alumni can complete registration on the Tulane Homecoming Website

Current students should contact Carolyn Barber-Pierre at pierre@tulane.edu to register. Space is limited

Tulane University Peer Health Educators (TUPHEs) are currently recruiting new members! 



Come to our meet & greet in LBC 201 to learn more about this great opportunity.



TUPHEs are a group of students dedicated to improving the health, wellness, and safety of our community here at Tulane by educating our peers in workshops and at the Live Well Hut, and distributing safer sex supplies in residence halls.



TUCP Direction presents a lecture on campus!

TUCP Direction presents a lecture on campus!

TUCP Comedy presents a comedy performance on campus!

TUCP presents a week long schedule of award nominated films on campus!

Drop by the museum every Third Thursday at noon for a guided tour by museum staff of Newcomb Art Museum's new art installation EMPIRE created by Fallen Fruit!



Free and open to the public. Contact Tom Friel at tfriel@tulane.edu with questions.

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What is EMPIRE?



Louis Comfort Tiffany was a pioneer in the art of stained glass and key figure in the Arts & Crafts Movement. Join Newcomb Art Museum every Second Thursday at noon, for guided tours of Tiffany Windows on the Tulane uptown campus. Tours are free but limited to 20 people and require advance registration. Contact tfriel@tulane.edu for questions or to register.

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