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MAPS researchers will be coming and giving a lecture on their current projects with MDMA therapy for people suffering with PTSD

Put your money where your mouth is! Come shop around and buy from local vendors.

Let's have us a fun time by exploring the the Newcomb Art Museum!

The Crest Awards are a unified campus recognition of the efforts and achievements of students outside of the classroom. These awards are sponsored annually by the Division of Student Affairs and recognize students for demonstrating excellence in leadership, scholarship, and community service, as well as initiative and promise in campus leadership. Nominations are made by students, faculty, and staff.

The O: Pinning Ceremony and Lavender Graduation

Sarah DeGue, Ph.D. is a Senior Health Scientist in the Research and Evaluation Branch of CDC’s Division of Violence Prevention (DVP). Dr. DeGue's primary research interests concern perpetrators and victims of interpersonal violence, with an emphasis on sexual violence.

POSTCARDS FROM OVER THE EDGE is an original theatrical work that illustrates the historical real-life struggles related to the sale of sex in Louisiana.  This staged reading, which begins in pre-Storyville, circa 1890, and concludes in contemporary times explores how this criminalization disproportionately impacts the LBGTQ community and people of color.

Lex Loro is an awarded queer justice activist, comedian, and writer whose work focuses on trauma recovery, rural and southern organizing, and
navigating women’s spaces and modern feminism as a nonbinary woman. She currently lives and works in Richmond, VA.  

The Louisiana Children's Museum needs volunteers for the 20th annual Children's World's Fair.
The event is Saturday, March 24th from 8 am to 1 pm, and is described as "a showcase the cultures and people that have helped to make New Orleans the unique cultural melting pot it is. Children and their families will experience crafts, activities, music, literature, food, and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) experiments within the cultural exhibits, while learning how these different groups molded New Orleans culture."

Newcomb College Institute, The Office of Multicultural Affairs, 
and Undergraduate Public Health Studies are proud to host: 
The Audacious Ask: Salary Negotiation Tips for Women of Color 
When: Tuesday, March 20th from 5:30 – 7 pm
Where: Anna Many Lounge (2nd floor) in Caroline Richardson (next to the Student Health Center - outside the building there is a banner that says "Fridays at Newcomb")