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Please join us for an interactive panel discussion on issues surrounding emerging technology in the energy sector. Moderated by Tulane University Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Patrick Norton, the panel features representatives from Entergy Corporation and various Tulane departments. The program includes networking from 11:00 - 11:30, a light lunch, and the option to tour Entergy's Advanced Metering Infrastructure Lab following the discussion. Open to all Tulane community members. Registration is required.

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Wear your Tulane gear on Tulane Tuesdays and stop by the LBC between 11:00 - 1:00 PM to enjoy some SNACKS AND SWAG provided by the Goldman Center, OMA, and the LBC!

Sponsored by the Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life.

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The Annual "Pot Luck" Fall Harvest Fest Dinner is co-sponsored by The Office for International Students and Scholars and the Office of Multicultural Affairs.

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 *

The Tulane School of Social Work presents Sexual Violence within the Prison System. a panel discussion that includes a former inmate who was a victim of sexual violence while in prison, a former warden of Louisiana State Penitentiary (Angola), and a juvenile corrections manager (former TSSW Alum}. The panel discussion will be followed by a question and answer period.

From 6 to 7 p.m., there will be a reception and exhibit of poster presentations by NCI’s reproductive rights and reproductive health interns and advocacy activities provided by Tulane’s five reproductive rights/health/justice student organizations.



Come join the Meditation Club on Wednesdays for a meditation session followed by free chai tea! It's a great way to unwind from the stressful pressures of being a college student. Meetings will be every week from 5-6pm, with varying locations:

 

November 7: Rogers Chapel

November 14: Newcomb 02

November 21: Thanksgiving, no meeting.

November 28: Rogers Chapel

December locations TBA!

Drop by the Newcomb Art Museum on Second Saturdays this fall for guided exhibition tours focusing on different themes present in the current tricentennial show, EMPIRE, led by different faculty and staff from Tulane.

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Building upon the city’s great legacy of live performance and improvisation, this concert is structured as a site-specific new musical response to the objects on view in “Empire” featuring composer Courtney Bryan from the Tulane Newcomb Department of Music as she interprets the objects on view using an interdisciplinary framework. Free and open to the public!

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You're invited to join the museum for a FREE Family Day this Saturday! Kids of all ages are welcome to take part in art activities from printmaking to collage–they can even get the chance to make their very own "cabinet of curiosities." Activities are designed in stations to be enjoyed by children at every skill level–from toddler to teen! Inspired by the museum's current tricentennial exhibition EMPIRE, the Free Family Day at Newcomb encourages children and families to interact with the city's history to create brand new artworks together.

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