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Apr 17, 2019
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“It sounds really scientific, but don’t worry, I’ll explain it all,” said biomedical engineering senior Isabella Johnson before detailing her research on pelvic organ prolapse at the Newcomb...

Jazz at the Rat - The Music of Duke Ellington

Location: Uptown Campus
City Diner in the LBC


The Newcomb Department of Music furthers its mission of introducing students to New Orleans culture with Jazz at the Rat, a series of concerts held in City Diner (aka Der Rathskeller or The Rat), on the garden level of the Lavin-Bernick Center (LBC). Hosted and curated by jazz pianist and Newcomb Department of Music professor Jesse McBride, each live performance features accomplished New Orleans musicians, jazz legends, and visiting artists, accompanied by students and faculty from Tulane's Jazz Studies program. All concerts are free and open to the public.


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Rethinking School Shooters: Queer Futures, Gay Panic, and the Right to Victimization, a Lecture by Dr. Rachel Levitt

Location: Uptown Campus
Anna Many Lounge, Caroling Richardson Building


Rethinking School Shooters: Queer Futures, Gay Panic, and the Right to Victimization
A lecture by Dr. Rachel Levitt, Assistant Professor of Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies at Kansas State University
3:30pm on March 28, 2019
Anna Many Lounge, Caroline Richardson Building


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Tulane Opera Workshop - Hansel and Gretel

Location: Uptown Campus
Dixon Hall


Newcomb Department of Music Opera Workshop
presents
Humperdinck's Hansel & Gretel
April 12 at 7:30pm April 14 at 2:30pm Dixon Hall
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Tulane Opera Workshop - Hansel and Gretel

Location: Uptown Campus
Dixon Hall


Newcomb Department of Music Opera Workshop
presents
Humperdinck's Hansel & Gretel
April 12 at 7:30pm April 14 at 2:30pm Dixon Hall
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Musical Theatre Workshop - Spring Awakening

Location: Uptown Campus
Lab Theatre, McWilliams Hall


The Newcomb Department of Music Musical Theatre Workshop presents
Spring Awakening
music by Duncan Sheik book and lyrics by Steven Sater


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Musical Theatre Workshop - Spring Awakening

Location: Uptown Campus
Lab Theatre, McWilliams Hall


The Newcomb Department of Music Musical Theatre Workshop presents
Spring Awakening
music by Duncan Sheik book and lyrics by Steven Sater


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Concert Piano Series - Volodymyr Vynnytsky

Location: Uptown Campus
Dixon Hall


The concert Piano Series brings acclaimed pianists from around to world to the Dixon Hall stage. February 25 features Volodymyr Vynnytsky.
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Louisiana Sexual Assault Student Activist Conference

Location: Uptown Campus
Xavier University


Cohosted this year by the Newcomb College Institute and the Louisiana Foundation Against Sexual Assault, this conference aims to empower and educate student activists to improve the response to and prevention of sexual assault on their college campuses. In doing so, this conference will work on both the individual and group levels by providing students with collaborative tools to combat sexual violence in their campus communities and by addressing the intersectionality of sexual violence to embrace individual experiences in activism.


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Fridays at Newcomb: Maria Montalvo

Location: Uptown Campus
Anna Many Lounge


Title: "The Archive of the Enslaved: Power Enslavement, and the Production of the Past"
During this presentation, Dr. Montalvo will discuss her current book project, The Archive of the Enslaved: Power Enslavement, and the Production of the Past, a legal history of slavery, capitalism, and freedom that narrows in the everyday business of slavery in the antebellum courtroom to examine the relationship between the production of property and the production of the past.
Maria R. Montalvo is the Bonquois Postdoctoral Fellow in Women’s History in the Gulf


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