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Swing by Satsuma on Maple Street on Wednesday, February 2 from 10-3 to grab some yummy food and support a good cause! A percentage of all proceeds from attendees of the event will go directly to one of our national philanthropies, PCAA! Grab a friend, grab some good food, and support SDT philanthropy!

Thursday, February 10, 2022, 6pm – 8:30pm join us to meet and learn more about current Rising: Climate in Crisis Residents Virginia Hanusik and Lisa E. Harris. Rising: Climate in Crisis Residencies at A Studio in the Woods invite artists to examine the severity of the climate crisis and be agents of change to guide our collective understanding, response, and vision as we shape our shared future. Both artists will give a short presentation followed by a light dinner and refreshments outdoors. At A Studio in the Woods, 13401 Patterson Rd.

"I Never Said Yes: Why Failure to Seek Consent in First Encounter Sex Should be A Crime"

Please join us outside the Tulane Hillel building at 912 Broadway as we celebrate Tu B'Shvat and kick off the new semester the right way! We'll provide students the opportunity to take home their own plants, learn about the traditional fruits, and customs associated with this holiday! 

The Office of Multicultural Affairs has collaborated with our phenomenal campus partners to bring Maya Wiley to campus to help us celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Maya will deliver a keynote address to the Tulane community followed by a question and answer session.

Let's celebrate the first week of classes and start the new year off with Kavanah ("directed, purposeful intention") through a relaxing yoga session followed by kombucha and card games!

Lang/Rainwater Project
The Lang/Rainwater Project, comprised of trombonist William Lang and pianist Anne Rainwater, will perform a concert of their repertoire and works by Tulane student composers. The concert will take place on February 1st at 7pm.


Join the Sawyer Seminar for a closing dinner and conversation as part of the symposium From River Road to Copenhagen: Revising our Remembrance of the Past with special guests Laura Kilcer VanHuss and Dr. Phebe Hayes. Guests who participated in any part of the multi-part symposium are invited to a dinner at Tulane to connect further over the topics explored in the programs. This event is limited to 30 people, please RSVP to Miriam Taylor at mtaylor11@tulane.edu and include any dietary restrictions.

Looking for a rejuvenating, heart-opening, mind-expanding, hands-in-the-soil Spring Break trip to the Bay Area? Tulane Hillel is ecstatic to announce that we are offering a heavily subsidized alternative spring break trip for 15 undergraduates of any background to Urban Adamah, a Jewish urban farm in Berkeley, California.

DATES: Depart from New Orleans on March 27, 2022; Return to New Orleans on Sunday, April 3

EndNote is the citation management software that not only frees you from the tedious work of manually collecting and curating your research materials and formatting bibliographies, but also gives you greater ease and control in coordinating with your colleagues. In this workshop, participants will learn how to install EndNote with Tulane settings, create an EndNote library, import search results from databases, and automatically create a bibliography in Microsoft Word.