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TUCP Recreation presents a concert on campus!

Have you ever wanted to get a behind-the-scenes look at Newcomb Art Museum's incredible collection of Newcomb Pottery? Then drop by on the first Friday of each month for a guided tour highlighting our permanent collection of Newcomb Pottery and the history of the Newcomb Enterprise!

The tour is free but IS STRICTLY LIMITED to the first 10 people due to space restrictions. Please reach out to Tom Friel at regarding any questions and to RSVP for a tour.

Llama take you Cosmic Bowling! TAD is heading to the lanes for a fun night of COSMIC BOWLING!

He has capacity to bring up to 75 of his closest friends, so sign up now to reserve your spot. 

We will be gathering at Freret and McAlister to get on a bus to head out to Colonial Lanes at 9:30PM, with a 9:45PM SHARP departure time. We should be back to campus around midnight. 

Feel free to sport your Halloween costumes or fun attire that would look great in the cosmic bowling black lights!

TUCP is proud to bring Queer Eye’s Antoni Porowski and Karamo Brown for our Fall Speaker Series! 

Tulane University is hosting Louisiana's only high school Model United Nations conference for students around the country this Fall, from November 30 to December 2. Our team has been working tirelessly for many months to put on an engaging series of 6 committees. We are providing the venue for students to debate issues ranging from the effects of climate change on immigration to the immediate agency response following the 9/11 terrorist attacks. If you would like to learn more, visit

Come take part in trivia night in the City Diner where you can test your random knowledge and win prizes! Each week, the team with the best name will win a GIANT PANCAKE from City Diner and the top two teams will win awesome prizes!

* Each trivia team can have up to 5 people *

Fundraising night at the fair grounds and track. Money from each ticket sold will go back to the team.

The United States. Louisiana. New Orleans. These are names given to these lands by Europeans through the process of colonization, resulting in displacement and dispossession of millions of acres of land from indigenous tribes and First Nations. How did we get here? Where do we go from here? 

This conversation will explore the history and current reality of what it means to live on colonized land, who has benefited, who has suffered, and what it means for us as individuals and as a community. 

Native Women Community Round-Table Speakers:

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.

Diwali is the celebration of a new beginning and of the light conquering evil and darkness! 

Come celebrate the Festival of Lights with delicious Indian food, beautiful performances, music, dancing, and loads of fun!