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In this Career Wave panel, we will focus on the cultural keywords of sustainability, environment, climate, ESG and others to understand how we can all make an impact in these areas across a multitude of different industries and careers. Register for the event through the link below.

This event is produced by Career Wave in collaboration with the Office of Sustainability and is kicking off the Office of Sustainability's 2021-22 Sustainability and Environmental Career Exploration Series. Learn more about the series on our home page, green.tulane.edu.

Come join The Well for Health Promotion and Campus Recreation in the Lagniappe room from 3-5pm for massages, snacks, and health and well-being information. 

Come join The Well for Health Promotion and Campus Recreation in the Lagniappe room from 3-5pm for massages, snacks, and health and well-being information. 

Take a guided tour of the Louis Comfort Tiffany Windows on Tulane's Uptown campus. We will discuss Tiffany's contributions to stained glass art, the connections with Newcomb College and how the windows have remained intact today. This tour starts at the Newcomb Art Museum and ends at the Myra Clare Rodgers Memorial Chapel, which is nearby on campus. All buildings are handicap accessible. The tour is free, but space is limited.

The Tulane Idea Symposium is an annual research conference which invites Newcomb-Tulane College undergraduates from the full breadth of disciplines housed within Tulane University to showcase the scientific rigor and creative talents they possess. Each year’s Symposium features a live poster gallery, research presentations, panel discussions, and the opportunity to connect with the featured student presenters!

Join The Well for Health Promotion and Campus Recreation for some down time during the last few weeks of the Fall semester. We will have massages on a first come first serve basis, snacks, and other health and well-being resources available for Tulane students. 

Learn more about the Tulane Academic code and enjoy a free banh mi from the Center for Global Education! Tabling on McAlister, first come first serve while supplies last.

This event is designed for first-year students who care about social justice and want to connect more with other first-year students who share their values and passion for changing the world. This circle is an opportunity to meet students outside of your dorm, hall or classes, and to connect on a genuine level. The community building circle will be peer-facilitated by current undergraduate facilitators with the Community Engagement Advocates.



Come join TUPAS to see the first ever staged reading of Tulane senior Jared Goudsmit's original play "The Recesses." The play is a hard-boiled schoolyard tale of an eighth-grade soda kingpin and the sixth-grade journalist striving to take her empire down. Greed! Corruption! Mechanical pencils! You don’t want to miss it.

Tulane Residence Hall Association’s purpose of holding this de-stress event is to give residents the chance to find a break from their other commitments and take the time to promote self-care within their residence halls and among the student body as a whole before finals week occurs. We believe that one of the biggest parts of fostering a sense of community on campus is starting with self-care at the individual level.