Each year, The Tulane Reading Project brings incoming first-year students together for a shared intellectual experience through the reading and discussion of a selected book. This year’s selection, Beartown by Fredrick Backman, is the gripping story of a town grappling with sexual violence. A number of events are scheduled for students to explore the themes in the book.
RESCHEDULED: Tulane Reading Project Keynote Lecture: Don McPherson Football to Feminism and the Blind Spot of Masculinity
Tuesday, September 25 5 p.m., McAlister Auditorium Sponsored by Newcomb-Tulane College
Tulane After Dark (TAD) Film Screening Film TBA Thursday, November 1 9 p.m., City Diner in the Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life Sponsored by Tulane After Dark
During the 2018-19 school year, Tulane students will partner with Goat in the Road Productions, an acclaimed New Orleans-based professional theater company, and documentarian Katie Mathews to create Roleplay, a devised theater piece and accompanying documentary film created to give students a voice in exploring and shaping our campus culture.
Auditions for Roleplay will be held on Sunday, September 9 between noon – 6 p.m. in McWilliams Hall, room 300 and Sunday, September 23, 11-2 p.m. in McWilliams Hall, room 200.
We are looking for students who are interested in collaborating with professional film and theater makers on an original piece focusing on Tulane students' perspectives on: Love Sex Power Consent Relationships. The yearlong creative process will include:
Students will work alongside professional actors, writers, designers and film-makers learning valuable skills to create a powerful piece of art that reflects a multi-dimensional range of student voices and experiences. We seek a diverse and inclusive group of student collaborators. ALL ARE WELCOME. No previous theater experience necessary. For more information, contact Darci Fulcher at email@example.com.
October 9, 2018 @ LBC Kendall Cram 6:00 - 8:30 p.m.
The 4th Annual Shifting the Paradigm is an educational and mobilizing event aimed to provide foundational knowledge for future conversations through the year about sexual violence prevention. Build community through action and show your support by attending this event.
October 24, 2018 6:00 p.m.
Take Back the Night is an annual event to support survivors of sexual and gender violence, including sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, and stalking, and to take a stand against such violence in our community. The event will begin at 6pm in Loyola University’s horseshoe on St. Charles Ave. and then will continue at the Qatar Ballroom in the Lavin-Bernick Center on Tulane University’s campus.
November 26, 2018
6:00 pm @ Kendall Cram Lecture Hall, Lavin-Bernick Center for Student Life
USG is sponsoring an interactive event for students to learn more about the All In prevention goals initiatives as well as the various resources at Tulane.
November 29 12:00 p.m. in LBC Rm 202
Intended for an LGBT+ student audience, this presentation covers how to build healthy relationships, challenges around consent and relationships for LGBTQIA individuals, and how sexual violence impacts this oppressed community. Cosponsored by OGSD, The Well, and LaFASA (Louisiana Foundation Against Sexual Assault) Lunch provided to first 20 student attendees
Friday, December 7 10am-5pm in LBC Qatar Ballroom
The Department of Education has proposed significant changes to Title IX regulations, which affect how campuses respond to incidents of sexual harassment and violence. These proposed regulations are now in a 60-day public comment period. The Title IX Office invites students to drop in to learn more about the proposed regulations and how to write an effective comment. Volunteer law student mentors will be available to give advice on legal writing, editing, and honing arguments.
March 16, 2019 9:00 a.m.- 6:00 p.m. @ Xavier University
This student-run conference provides a venue for sexual assault activists from across Louisiana to gather to learn from local and national experts and to share their experiences about sexual assault activism on their college campuses.