The New Orleans Book Festival at Tulane University
Tulane University is excited to welcome the New Orleans community to the uptown campus March 9th -12th for the New Orleans Book Festival at Tulane University. This three-day celebration, will feature nearly 100 national, regional and local authors as well as a day devoted to children’s authors and family programming. There will be a culinary symposium featuring a talented lineup of top local chefs and a musical celebration by a group of all-star musicians that will mark the festival’s conclusion. Opening night will feature former Attorney General of the United States, Eric Holder in conversation with CBS Saturday Morning host Michelle Miller followed by Tulane's own Walter Isaacson interviewing Bill Gates. Doors open at 3:30 p.m., event starts at 5 p.m. inside McAlister Auditorium. We hope you will "book it" to Tulane to attend this free and fun festival!
Tulane Football Spring Game
Get ready for a morning of football excitement as Tulane University hosts its highly anticipated Spring game on March 25th at 10 a.m. Join us at Yulman Stadium to get a sneak peek at what they have in store for the upcoming season. Bring your family and friends and cheer on the Green Wave. Roll Wave!
Tulane University Special Collections and Newcomb-Tulane College present: Archive Social Hour
Join us Wednesday, March 15th from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. for the Archives Social Hour located at Jones Hall room 202, 6801 Freret St. TUSC houses rare and unique materials, including manuscripts, books, and photographs, that document the history and culture of New Orleans and the Gulf South region, don't miss this great opportunity to "Visit the archives." For more information about the Tulane University Special Collection visit their website here.
Online Concern Report Form
Tulane has a centralized online report form for complaints and concerns which is the primary, and preferred, method for submitting any report of concern about a student and his or her behavior, including but not limited to conduct that may violate the Code of Student Conduct. This system allows for efficient routing of concerns to the appropriate office, as well as tracking follow-through on those concerns. Neighbors are welcome to file complaints or concerns using the online system and should select “Neighborhood Relations Concern” under the “Type of Concern.”
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The new Off-Campus Living Guide, a handbook with useful information about Tulane policies, safety, city ordinances, parking and more, was mailed to Tulane students living off-campus. You can check it out online at: https://governmentrelations.tulane.edu/.
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