Where the Fuck Y'at?
By Hiatt Becker
Monday, January 29th
TUCP presents Edward Snowden in discussion with Ron Suskind
Holy shit. Unless you've been living under a rock you probably already know that Edward Snowden is gracing our campus via the internet's magic this coming Monday. Given Snowden's history with classified government information amidst this current administration's ongoing criminal investigation, it's hard to imagine what all will be discussed amongst the plethora of relevant possibilities. Likely Tulane's biggest speaker before commencement, Snowden isn't to be missed. Reserve your tickets via Orgsync!
Tuesday, January 30th
Tulane Climate Change Action Day
Tulane Climate Action Day is a series of lectures, panels and discussions regarding environmental issues that range from water and climate change to climate justice and misinformation. Dr. Katharine Hayhoe, a renowned climate scientist that convinced a lot of conservative Christian audiences that climate change was actually a thing, will be speaking (through a video chat, because she’s too famous). It ends with a student call to action discussion, and I bet you’re curious about where that will go, so check it out.
Find more information here!
Wednesday, January 31st
Clay in Place: Highlights from the Collection
It's crazy how many free exhibits are offered through the Newcomb Art Museum in the Woldenberg Art Center. This week come by the Newcomb Art Museum on Wednesday between 10am and 5pm to see a collection of pieces from the Newcomb Pottery collection alongside recent works from students and alumni. More information available here!
Saturday, February 3rd
Krewe of Chewbacchus
Throwing some spice atchya this Saturday. Mardi Gras is here with the Krewe of Chewbacchus in Bywater! Hang with your squad on St. Claude and get saucy while you watch some crazy people march down the intergalactic freeway. Press 'interested' on Facebook to show your friends your noncommittal commitment to this sick parade.
Saturday, February 3rd
Tulane Women's Basketball vs. South Florida
With a 11-10 record on the season, Tulane's Women's basketball team has been earning their stripes the hard way. After our men's basketball team's narrow loss to South Florida last week, this timely rematch should be very exciting. Come out and support our student athletes on their home court!