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After engaging with students, faculty and staff during her visit to Tulane, Dr. West created a report with recommendations for Tulane to better support students of color in prevention and response efforts connected to sexual violence. Join the Office of Multicultural Affairs and Dr. West to learn about the report and bring any questions you may have.

 

There will be two sessions offered. Please register using the appropriate link for the session you wish to join.

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After engaging with students, faculty and staff during her visit to Tulane, Dr. West created a report with recommendations for Tulane to better support students of color in prevention and response efforts connected to sexual violence. Join the Office of Multicultural Affairs and Dr. West to learn about the report and bring any questions you may have.

 

There will be two sessions offered. Please register using the appropriate link for the session you wish to join.

About Jordan:

Bring your lunch (breakfast or dinner depending on your timezone) and catch up with the Center for Intercultural Life Staff and Ambassadors each week during our virtual Wednesdays with the O!

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Or RSVP on Wavesync and get access to the ZOOM Meeting Code and Join us as we broadcast live!

Bring your lunch (breakfast or dinner depending on your timezone) and catch up with the Center for Intercultural Life Staff and Ambassadors each week during our virtual Wednesdays with the O!

Watch Live on Facebook

Or RSVP on Wavesync and get access to the ZOOM Meeting Code and Join us as we broadcast live!

The Amistad Research Center is pleased to announce "Conversations in Color: Alice Walker and Mickalene Thomas". A public exchange between the celebrated author and artist, moderated by Tulane University's Associate Professor of Art History and African Diaspora, Mia Bagneris.

Join us for our last movie of the Black History Month movie series featuring: The Players Club

Join the Office of Multicultural Affairs for our 2nd movie of our Black History Month movie series: Love and Basketball. The final movie of the series takes place next week. Don't miss out!

The office of Multicultural Affairs is hosting 8 focus groups with racial, ethnic and religious minority students to learn about our student population's opinions, suggestions, and concerns regarding Tulane's sexual violence prevention program. Please join us if you practice a religion underrepresented at Tulane's campus, such as -but not limited to- Islam and Hinduism. Lunch will be served. 

 

The Annual Intercultural Leadership Retreat takes place during the Fall semester in an off-campus camp setting. The weekend is designed to develop skills that will serve students at Tulane, in New Orleans and beyond, with interactive activities designed to create an environment for individuals to explore cultural identity, share experiences and discuss the meaning of leadership within the context of a diverse society. Participants should come prepared to participate in activities by sharing views, attitudes, beliefs and experiences openly and honestly. 

For more than 30 years we have matched first year students with mentors who know how to successfully navigate campus. The matching ceremony is a long tradition that helps students make connections and establish their personal network on campus. Dinner will be provided and students will be matched with a mentor and receive a special welcome gift.

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