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Campus Health is monitoring, advising, and responding to monkeypox in accordance with the latest CDC recommendations. The health of our students is our number one priority. If you have any questions about monkeypox, including questions about testing and vaccination, please visit our frequently asked questions page and/or email monkeypoxvaccine@tulane.edu.

MONKEYPOX REPORTING
Students who are diagnosed with monkeypox by an off-campus physician should use the link below to ensure they are connected with the appropriate resources.

Monkeypox Reporting Form

Join the Well for Health Promotion every other Thursday from 4:00-4:30 PM for a sex ed quickie! Each session will focus on a different part of sexual health and sexuality from an honest, sex positive point of view.

This week's topic is Sex Week and National Condom Week on 02/03/2022! 

Come check out the Live Well Hut it is is a mobile outreach program that features resources, activities, and giveaways on various wellness-related themes in high-traffic areas on campus. The Live Well Hut is also available by request at University departmental or organizational health fairs on campus! We focus on areas such as sexual health, nutrition, alcohol and other drugs, sleep hygiene, mental being and so much more! 
 
 
*In the event of bad weather, the Live Well Hut will be located inside of the LBC. 

Come check out the Live Well Hut it is is a mobile outreach program that features resources, activities, and giveaways on various wellness-related themes in high-traffic areas on campus. The Live Well Hut is also available by request at University departmental or organizational health fairs on campus! We focus on areas such as sexual health, nutrition, alcohol and other drugs, sleep hygiene, mental being and so much more! 
In the event of bad weather, the Live Well Hut will move inside the LBC at a booth.

 
 
Come check out the Live Well Hut it is is a mobile outreach program that features resources, activities, and giveaways on various wellness-related themes in high-traffic areas on campus.
Come stop by our outdoor resource fair! The Mardi Gras Kick Off (Live Well Hut) is an event for students to stop by and learn about strategies to keep the healthy and safe during Mardi Gras season.  After engaging with these activities, students will pick up their limited-edition Mardi Gras fanny pack containing carnival season essentials! 
 
 

Come check out the Live Well Hut it is is a mobile outreach program that features resources, activities, and giveaways on various wellness-related themes in high-traffic areas on campus. The Live Well Hut is also available by request at University departmental or organizational health fairs on campus! We focus on areas such as sexual health, nutrition, alcohol and other drugs, sleep hygiene, mental being and so much more! 
 
 
*In the event of bad weather, the Live Well Hut will be located inside of the LBC. 

Swing by our tables for Bánh mì from Bachi, safer sex supplies, and information about Sex Week 2022 events throughout the week! 

Try a creative and acrobatic variety of yoga. Develop concentration, build trust, and challenge your core in this beginner friendly class. Whether you want to build relationships or meet new friends, this 2-hour session will provide the space and support you need. Groups of 3 will be partnered up to support & spot each other throughout this class!  Registration is free but limited. Register in advance to reserve your spot.
 

Zulu has coconuts. Muses has shoes. And Sex Week has bedazzled sex toys. Come by this crafting event to make your very own Sex Week Throw complete with glitter, jewels, and fringe to proudly display throughout Mardi Gras. This crafting event will be led by Master Throw Makers from Muses, Alla, and more! Attendees will have a chance to win their choice of a parade signature throw including a Muses shoe, Zulu Coconut, Alla Goblet, Nyx Purse, and more. 

Bring a date or your friends for a romantic viewing of queer cult-classic “But I’m a Cheerleader,” starring Natasha Lyonne, with popcorn, sweets, and mocktails! 

A safer space to explore and ask questions about intimacy across experiences and identities, especially across disability, queerness, and race. Panel discussion will be moderated by Ashley Volion, local disability advocate and Professor of Tulane’s Department of Sociology.  Food will be provided. 
 
Physical Location: First Floor Diboll Auditorium, Tidewater Building (Downtown Campus)  
Virtual Location: ZOOM & Campus Health’s IG Live   
 

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