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Come Learn about the Mardi Gras Environment and How to stay safe with One Health Club and The Well for Health Promotion!

Lunch Provided 



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Please join us in commemorating the end of Black History Month through the immersion of the Black Experience. Come bask in Bmike's NOT Supposed 2-Be Here exhibit as well as Black vendors, a guest speaker, music and light refreshments. All are welcome!!!!

Join us in exploring the rich history of New Orleans' very own Congo Square, located in Armstrong Park. A tour of Congo Square as well as history of the Treme neighborhood will be led by TASA's very own.

Please join us for the Tulane MD/MPH Student Group Spring Blood Drive, taking place from 10:00a.m. - 4:00p.m. on Friday, February 7, 2020 in the first floor Diboll Gallery of the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine Tidewater building (1440 Canal St.)  Donors will receive a Mardi Gras T-shirt, and either Blood Replacement, Heart Club or Family Blood Coverage from the Blood Center. The Blood Center will conduct private initial evaluations of all potential donors, so please stop by to see if you are eligible and help support the blood donation needs of our community!

We will be featuring practicum advice from second years and connecting students to potential host sites working with Latinx populations domestically and internationally. Lunch will be provided.


Black out. Wear all black everything.

Society General Body Meeting

Imposter Syndrome Lecture w/ Dr. Alicia Battle

12pm Room 1210

Lunch Provided 

Roll Wave. Our Wave. Let those capes fly and them edges lay as we

pay homage to the Durag. Need inspo check

the viral #Duraghistoryweek (All Day Event) 

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Rep Your Roots 

Wear unapologetically Black slogan

Tshirts or prints that represent your culture.

Join us for BHM Trivia and King Cake in Tidewater Lobby at 12pm 

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Join Dr. Chapparo and graduate students to learn about their work and experiences in Peru. Additionally, we will discuss opportunities to work abroad with the ARMHR program. Lunch will be provided.

Come hear Brett Davis, a New Orleans native and the founder of Grounds Krewe and Dana Eness, Executive Director of Urban Conservancy, discuss how their non-profits are collaborating to make our city's special events more environmentally conscious.  Their goals include providing the tools and services necessary to help special events in New Orleans reduce waste and improve efficiency.  Ground Krewe's initiatives include "On the Route" parade recycling, a sustainable Mardi Gras throws catalog, and the waste reduction marching krewe - the Trashformers.