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New students, let us help you get acclimated to Tulane!

 

Get Connected is a 4-week semi-structured workshop series for students who recently joined the Tulane University family including Spring Scholars, international students and transfer students. Focus will be given on helping students acclimate to the University and the city of New Orleans, connect with campus partners who can assist students to adjust to their new environment, and creating a space for engagement with other new students. Join us as we collectively work to build a community of continued support.

Come join Finding Intersectionality Together and The Well during Sex Week as we bring in Afrosexology to facilitate a workshop called "Exploring Your Erotic Black Self", which will aim to define your erotic self strengthens your sexual voice and challenges "the do's and don'ts" of Black sexuality. From erotic porn to candlelit baths, explore what stimulates you and leads to the discovery of your authentic and most erotic self. Together we will:
- Explore different forms of eroticism
- Discover ways to get in tune with your erotic self

Drop in each Thursday and develop a habit of self care with a weekly chair massage. 

Navigating law school can be difficult at times and the added stress and anxiety that comes from the responsibilities of law school can become overwhelming and create problems in various parts of our lives. If you are experiencing such issues or if you are looking to create some change in your everyday life, then please consider attending some or all of the CAPS Law School Workshops.

Students are invited to drop in without feeling pressured to attend every week, and there is no need to register with CAPS.

Laura Helen Marks is a Professor of Practice in English at Tulane. Her work on pornographic genre, adaptation, and neo-Victorian studies has appeared in Sexualities, Porn Studies, Salon, Feminist Media Histories, The Journal of Cinema and Media Studies, and many edited collections such as From Porno Chic to the Sex Wars and Menstruation Now.

A math graduate student will give a brief presentation on a topic that interests them. For updated information on who is speaking each week and their topic visit https://sse.tulane.edu/node/3072 

Emojibator Founders Kristin Fretz and Joe Vela are here to succeed where high-school sex education has failed us.

Join Tulane Campus Health and SAPHE on Monday, February 10th, in the Diboll Gallery for a lecture that will discuss reclaiming pleasure after sexual violence. 

 

Lecture: Let’s Not Reinvent the Wheel … Let’s Re-Imagine It: Sexual Empowerment and the Wellness Wheel

A national tournament is going to be in New Orleans in February

All are welcome to join us for this day long, interdisciplinary symposium on sexual violence.

 

8:00-8:30         Coffee

8:30-8:35         Welcome, Sally J. Kenney, Newcomb College Endowed Chair and Executive Director of the Newcomb Institute

8:35-9:30         Jennifer Freyd, Professor of Psychology, University of Oregon

9:35-10:30        Mary Koss, Regents’ Professor in the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, University of Arizona

10:35-11:30    Donna Freitas, author and independent scholar

11:30-12:00    Break

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