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Spring Break Lunch Closures at Uptown Facilities

From Monday, April 3 through Friday, April 7, all uptown Campus Health services will close daily for lunch from noon to 1 p.m.

Normal hours (services available through lunch) will resume Monday, April 10.

Campus Health's high-quality medical, counseling, and health promotion services are designed to help you get better (or stay well) so that you can minimize disruptions and discomforts due to injury and illness. Come meet staff members and learn about the services that this office offers. In addition to learning about Campus Health, staff members will also go over some best mental health practices so students learn how to develop new skills to improve their mental health and overall well-being.
Pizza will be provided to attendees. 

Attend a showing of the original play,  Roleplay, which explores Tulane students' experiences with identity, sex, power, and consent, in order to confront toxic cultures on campus. Immediately following the show, join a short Dine and Discuss session facilitated by SAPHE advocates to unpack the play's themes and enjoy a delicious dessert buffet with treats from local New Orleans bakeries!


In February 2018, Tulane University announced that 41% of undergraduate women and 19% of undergraduate men reported being sexually assaulted while attending college; a revelation that made national news and prompted a public outcry from students on campus. Over the course of the 2018/2019 school year, an 11-member ensemble of Tulane students, working in collaboration with acclaimed New Orleans theater company Goat in the Road Productions and Professor Jenny Mercein, worked on a theater piece that confronts toxic cultures on their campus.

Have questions about sex and want answers from a more reliable source than Google? Anonymously ask sex educator, Hope Kodman from Dynamo Toys & Supplies any and all questions about everything sex. Register and attend to be entered into a raffle for a chance to win one of twelve sex toys!

Come by the SAPHE table on McAlister to grab Body Respect Week themed stickers and to learn how to support friends who are in an unhealthy or abusive relationship.

This week's Equity Thursday is in partnership with Body Respect Week.  When is the last time that you made time and space to fully be present in your body and sexuality? Join Dr. Flint to learn what it means to be fully present in your body. In this workshop, we will be discussing the meaning of embodiment, diving into a guided sexual embodiment practice, and a releasing ritual. By the time you leave this workshop, you will have reflected on what it means to really embody your sexuality, radically and authentically.  

Are you stressed out about midterms? Come and join our paint and destress session! A licensed therapist from Campus Health Counseling Center will be here to give out tips and pointers on how to destress on campus. We will provide watercolor art supplies and bubble teas for all participants!

Stressed out about finals? We've got your back! Join us for a guided meditation session on April 28 to release all the stress you carry on your shoulders. We have snacks too!

As a way to commemorate Sexual Assault Awareness Month this April, we encourage students to sign up for a One Wave Lunch and Learn workshop. One Wave workshops are an excellent way to learn bystander intervention skills, which help you to act when you witness or learn about instances of power-based-violence. One Wave workshops are 1.5-hour peer-led conversations that provide foundational knowledge and skills to help you keep your peers and communities safe.

As a way to commemorate Sexual Assault Awareness Month this April, we encourage student leaders to sign up for a One Wave Workshop to learn how to be an active bystander in your communities and to bring these skills back to the organizations you help to lead. One Wave workshops are 1.5-hour peer-led conversations that provide foundational knowledge and skills to help us keep our peers and communities safe from sexual violence.