The Zine

he Public Health Zine (PHZ) presents an evidence-based, comprehensive snapshot of pressing campus health issues through a monthly theme. They are a publication dedicated to creating a campus-wide conversation around student health and wellness.

With open calls for submissions around a variety of themes, the PHZ is an opportunity for students to publish art, narratives, and evidence-based work. The PHZ is published online and through physical distribution to the entire campus. Submissions are reviewed by an editorial board. Student involvement ranges from submitting one piece a year to serving on the board. Read the BSPH newsletter for calls for submissions. Previous issues can be viewed at https://issuu.com/phzine.

Disclaimer: this is not an official Tulane University sponsored publication. The views and opinions contained herein by the various authors do not necessarily reflect the official views, opinions, or policy of Tulane administrators, staff or faculty. All material contained herein are the views and opinions of students, and may not reflect the views of all

For more information on how to get involved, contact Alexis Martin

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Issue Four: Our Bodies, All Bodies

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Issue Three: Environmental Health

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Issue Two: Non-Western Perspectives: Mental Health

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Issue One: Our Number One Priority