International Food & Music Festival


Intercultural Events


Weekly Events

Wednesday's with the O
Wednesdays, 12:00-1:00 PM, Pocket Park (adjacent to the LBC)
This series of programs is designed to bring our students together and educate the larger Tulane community about our office activities in forms of creative expression, dance, music, spoken word, theater, etc.


Monthly Events

This student-lead discussion group provides students with a forum for discussion on one of the most vital and critical issues we face in contemporary society – racial and ethnic prejudice and bigotry. As students prepare to become leaders and new professionals it is important that they learn how to recognize, combat, and address discrimination. It is even more vital that they become aware of their own deeply rooted prejudices that we all carry so that we may all learn how to prevent prejudice from becoming racism or discrimination. The face of America is rapidly changing and thus makes understanding the perspectives on ethnicity, race and culture significant to the learning experience of all students.


Yearly Events

  • August
    • Multicultural Orientation for first-year and transfer students
    • Pool Party
  • September
    • Multicultural Leadership Retreat
    • A Taste of OMA
  • October
    • National Hispanic Heritage Month
    • Diversity Convocation
    • Latin American Heritage Week
  • November
    • African Diaspora Week
    • India Week
    • Thanksgiving Dinner
  • December
    • A Taste of OMA
    • Celebrations of the Seasons
  • January
  • February
  • March
    • International Women's Day
    • International Food Festival
    • Alternative Spring Break
  • April
    • Cultural Organization Banquets
    • OMA End of the Year Cookout
    • OMA Senior Pinning Ceremony


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