DRAGSTERS — Students Adam Bradley (in skirt), and Jose Rangel (in hot pants) strut their stuff Friday evening (Oct 17) as they dance through the crowd in the Lavin-Bernick Center on the Tulane University uptown campus. The two participated in the 18th Annual Ms. Paul Tulane/Mr. Sophie Newcomb Drag Show which promotes healthy sexuality and celebrates individuality through the expression of drag. Sponsored by theWELL, the event raises money and awareness for the NO/AIDS Task Force of New Orleans supporting those affected by HIV & AIDS.
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Wednesday, Oct. 22, 6 p.m.
What are the most successful strategies for changing the world? Scott Sherman, a writer and researcher on the most effective methods of social change, will speak on the uptown campus. Sherman has worked on nonviolence and social justice projects from the war-torn island of Sri Lanka to the inner cities of America. He is an expert on the most effective ways that citizens succeed in creating social progress and innovation. Sherman’s work on nonviolent social change projects has been praised by such Nobel Peace Prize Laureates as the Dalai Lama and the late Mother Teresa and eventually led him to found the Transformative Action Institute. He is also a nationally recognized speaker on environmental regeneration. His talk, hosted the Tulane Center for Engaged Learning and Teaching (CELT) and by CELT Social Innovation Engagement, is free and open to the public.
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