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Introducing a New Video Series by TU Communitea, “Trigger Warning: Mentions of Mental Illness, Self-Harm, and Suicide”

TU Communitea is a web-series that provides social commentary on public health issues at Tulane. We hope that every student watching sees themselves in every episode and that Tulane sees and hears us as well. Our first episode discusses the intersection between race and mental health for students on our campus. Click hereto watch Episode 1: Race & Mental Health.

The Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport is Seeking 100 Volunteers to Participate in a Full-scale Airport Emergency Exercise.

Wed, September 25, 2019, 7:00 am-1:00 pm CDT

The Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY) is seeking 100 volunteers to participate in a full-scale airport emergency exercise. This important drill will help MSY and their public safety partners test emergency response plans in the event of an incident. Read more here (add hyperlink to here).


Dance Marathon is a movement of college and high school students from across the country who are passionate about raising money for children’s hospitals and providing the necessary funds for treatment, research, and child life programs. As an organization on campus, TUDM raises funds for Children’s Hospital New Orleans by hosting events on and off campus year round that culminate in our 8-hour dance marathon in the spring (don’t worry – you don’t have to dance for 8 hours straight)!

We want YOU to join our movement to make miracles happen for our CHNOLA kiddos! We are looking for students interested in becoming Morale Captains on our 2019-2020 Executive Board & Steering Committee. Morale Captains are the hypemen of the DM movement, and are responsible for keeping everyone’s spirits high throughout the year, planning fun activities and competitions for teams during our events and our marathon, and for recruiting other students to become “dancers” at our marathon! Please apply on WaveSync (here) by September 16th!

Interested in getting involved, but not really looking for a leadership position? Fill out a quick Committee Interest Form on WaveSync (here)! This will get you connected to one of our awesome committees (Programming, Public Relations, Recruitment, and Finance) based on your interests! You can also register for our 9th Annual Dance Marathon on March 21, 2020 here!

We’re so excited to receive your applications and interest forms, and we can’t wait to see what miracles YOU will make happen for our superhero kiddos at CHNOLA!


Get Involved Off Campus: Beach Sweep

Are you looking for a service project? Or are you looking for an opportunity to address litter in your community?If so, register your group for Beach Sweep!

If you’d like to learn more or would like LPBF to meet with you or present information to your organization, please email


Infectious Disease Journal Club


Joint Campus Global Health Organization at Tulane


Outreach Tulane 2019

Tulane’s largest day of service, will be on September 7th, 2019, and registration is OPEN!! Outreach Tulane is a day of service where students go to nonprofits around New Orleans for a few hours of service before returning to campus for lunch and prizes. Register individually, with a group of friends, or through an organization and get a chance to serve and explore your New Orleans community while getting to know your classmates. If you have any questions, please contact Katie Cartiglia (, and we hope to see you there!!

Individual registration form: 
Group registration form:


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CRCL Student Ambassadors
CRCL is seeking energetic and driven students that want to help coastal Louisiana. If this sound like someone you know, tell them to join our student ambassador program. Our ambassadors gain first-hand experience while helping build support for coastal restoration by spreading CRCL’s mission and work throughout our coast.
Student ambassadors must attend training orientation at the CRCL office in New Orleans. During their training, students will learn about our mission, current projects, and the various roles within our organization. Students will have the opportunity to practice speaking about CRCL through role playing exercises to prepare them for tabling events. Student Ambassadors will be given a shirt and name tag to wear when representing us at events.
Ambassador will…
  • Represent CRCL at various festivals, events, and forums.
  • Participate in on-the-ground coastal restoration events throughout Louisiana.
  • Network with various environmental organizations working towards coastal restoration, advocacy, and outreach withing the state and nation.
All applications must be received by Friday, February 8, 2019.