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If you or someone you know has experienced sexual assault, call 504-920-9900 to speak privately with someone 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Or, fill out our reporting form.

To learn more about the changes to the University Sexual Misconduct/Title IX resolution processes, please visit our update page.


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Shifting the Paradigm

September 29, 2021
6 pm
McAlister Auditorium

The 7th Annual Shifting the Paradigm is an opportunity for the Tulane community to come together to learn about the impact of sexual violence on our campus and communities.  Stay tuned for an exciting announcement 

Log in and view a recording of the 2020 event.

Annual USG Town Hall on Sexual Violence

Fall 2021 date TBD

The USG Sexual Violence Town Hall is an annual event meant to bring students, faculty, and administration together to discuss the issue of sexual violence at Tulane. Stay tuned for more details about the 2021 event.

For the 2020 event, visit this link to access an event recording and transcript, an event program including resources, and materials from Meredith Smith's presentation on the recent changes to Title IX.   Visit this link to view answers to questions that were submitted during the event but were not able to be answered live. 

Body Respect Week

2022 dates TBD

Body Respect Week is an invitation to be a part of conversations about bodies, one that nourishes and celebrates who are and who we can become, including every way we show up in the world!  Visit the Body Respect Week website to learn more and to view a full schedule of events.

Healthy Relationships Week

2022 dates TBD

SAPHE's Healthy Relationships Week is a week dedicated to promoting healthy relationships between romantic partners, friends, and selves at Tulane! As a community, we will be learning about the signs of an unhealthy relationship, healthy conflict, ways to show appreciation, healthy sexual practices, and more to help us understand what it takes to have healthy social connections!

Sex Week

2022 dates TBD

Sex Week brings together the Tulane community to offer a diverse week of comprehensive, queer-inclusive, culturally-specific, sex-positive sexual health events and conversations.  Visit https://sexweek.tulane.edu/ to learn more. 

Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Each April, individuals and institutions come together to raise public awareness about sexual violence in all its forms and educate our communities about how to prevent it. More details to come about 2022's slate of events. 

The Art of Healing

The Art of Healing is a Virtual Arts Festival focused on sharing the various narratives and counter-narratives of healing.  In 2020, we have experienced a global pandemic, a racial reckoning and other forms of trauma. Art is one way to explore, understand, and make meaning of a path to healing. We invite all who wish to participate in the Tulane community, to share your expressions of healing through art. The submissions we intend to highlight are focused on artistically expressing the impact of our lived experiences and the healing process at different stages of our lives. We will accept many forms of artistic expression including (but not limited to);

  • Photography
  • Poetry
  • Short Stories
  • Videos
  • Paintings - (Images or videos of paintings)
  • Illustrations (Images or videos of illustrations)
  • Songs
  • Crafts
  • Ultimately anything that can be digitally displayed on a website or hyperlinked

Important Dates
Interest Form & Submission Description Deadline: Monday, October 26
Submission Deadline: Thursday, November 12
Art Festival Website Launch: November 30

UPDATE: the Art of Healing has been postponed to the 2021-2022 academic year.  Stay tuned for updated dates. 

Participants will receive free merchandise branded with aspects featuring some of the art submitted for the festival.

For more info: https://intercultural.tulane.edu/HealingArt