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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.

Raise your awareness on healthy and unhealthy relationships by stopping by the One Love Foundation Tabling! Help yourself to informational pamphlets on relationships, seeking and implementing help for yourself, and how to help a friend, along with available resources. Pick up condoms for safer sex and cup condoms, the popular safer drinking accessory!

Stop by Big Easy EC’s table to win a prize when you test your knowledge about reproductive justice and emergency contraception!

Join CHAARG for a VXN class that uses dance for fitness and emphasizes body positivity and an individualistic experience.

Join the TUPHEs and the Well for Health Promotion for Sex After Dark. Have questions about sex and want answers from a more reliable source than Google? Anonymously ask local sex educators, Hope Kodman and Nico Darling, any and all questions about everything sex. Live closed-captioning will be provided. 

Share and talk about your favorite love songs and learn about how the on-campus radio station works with WTUL DJs! Also available is information about the station's fundraising, fun merch, and safer sex supplies!

Join Dr. Mimi Schippers and the Feminist Alliance of Students at Tulane for a discussion on polyamory and polyqueer relationships. Come learn about how poly relationships are portrayed in media and what healthy poly relationships can look like. This event will include food and giveaways!

This event is aimed at sparking thought provoking conversations surrounding the intersection of sex positivity and body respect. Our hope is to encourage students to adopt a mindset in which their value is inherently tied to their humanistic qualities as opposed to body size or shape. While embracing sex positivity and body respect are two separate journeys, there is much overlap that can help foster substantial personal growth..

Join SVPR to talk about topics surrounding sexual violence and how to build awareness for healthy relationships in college.

NAMI On-Campus will be hosting a mind-body yoga event for students on Tulane’s campus. Our event aims provide a safe space in which students may connect with themselves to feel comfortable and at home in their bodies. We hope to help students de-stress and relax, as well as give them a space to move and form a healthy relationship with their bodies and exercise without judgement.

Practice self-love and self-healing through somatic movement, bodywork, dance, or a similar energetic or movement-based practice. This type of movement is flexible to accommodate various abilities and preference, all in a shared space to process held tension and be present in our bodies. The workshop will be led by TBD from the Counseling Center, and will be followed by a debrief session.

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