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Join us for a documentary screening of The Veil and a discussion of racial justice! Description of the documentary below:
 

Join us at Hillel for a panel to talk treatment with a variety of therapists and mental health professionals! Treatment and self-care can take many different forms. Come explore different strategies for health, wellness, and stress management and enjoy free food from Rimon. 

Joan W. Bennett is a Professor in the Department of Plant Biology at Rutgers. From 1971-2006, she was a faculty member at Tulane and is trained as a fungal geneticist, focused on genetics, biosynthesis and molecular biology of mycotoxin production in fungi. After Hurricane Katrina in 2005, Bennett was hired by Rutgers University as an associate vice president in order to establish an office for the Promotion of Women in Science, Engineering and Mathematics.

Come join us for our Special Olympics Flag Football tournament this fall! This is a great opportunity to meet people from around the New Orleans Community with intellectual disabilities while engaging in some friendly competition on Friday Afternoons.
When: October 18th and 25th, November 8th and 15th (November 1st will be an off week for homecoming)
Where: Brown Quad (Field outside Reily)
For more information, join Tulane Special Olympics on OrgSync. We will be sending out sign-up forms shortly.

Come join us for our Special Olympics Flag Football tournament this fall! This is a great opportunity to meet people from around the New Orleans Community with intellectual disabilities while engaging in some friendly competition on Friday Afternoons.
When: October 18th and 25th, November 8th and 15th (November 1st will be an off week for homecoming)
Where: Brown Quad (Field outside Reily)
For more information, join Tulane Special Olympics on OrgSync. We will be sending out sign-up forms shortly.

Come join us for our Special Olympics Flag Football tournament this fall! This is a great opportunity to meet people from around the New Orleans Community with intellectual disabilities while engaging in some friendly competition on Friday Afternoons.
When: October 18th and 25th, November 8th and 15th (November 1st will be an off week for homecoming)
Where: Brown Quad (Field outside Reily)
For more information, join Tulane Special Olympics on OrgSync. We will be sending out sign-up forms shortly.

Rachel Kushner's new novel, The Mars Room, debuted at #4 on the New York Times bestseller list. It was shortlisted for the Booker Prize and winner of the Prix Médicis in France. Her previous novel, The Flamethrowers, was a finalist for the 2013 National Book Award, the 2014 Folio Prize, the James Tait Black Prize, and was chosen as one of the 5 best novels of the year by the New York Times. A book of early short fictions, The Strange Case of Rachel K, was published by New Directions in 2014.

Join the Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life, Newcomb Art Museum, University Marketing, and Parent Programs for an afternoon of crafting to jazz up your mortar board and/or umbrella for graduation! We will provide basic crafting supplies... you just bring your mortar board and an umbrella (see below on how to claim one!). When you are done, snap a picture and share with family and friends so they know how to find you at graduation!
The event is open to graduating students ONLY.

A new play about love, sex, power, and consent developed by Tulane students and members of Goat in the Road Productions. 
RoleplaySeptember 5 - 15Thursdays - Saturdays at 8 pm, Sundays at 3 pmTickets are free but please reserve at www.goatintheroadproductions.org

The Reading Project Keynote Lecture is an opportunity to further engage with the themes of Vengenace by Zachary Lazar.

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