|Katrina a ten-year anniversary reading||8/29/2015|
|Shifting the Paradigm||8/31/2015|
|NOLA Bluedoo Community Lecture on Prostate Cancer||9/3/2015|
|Helping Students Thrive: Campus Health Resources and Services||9/4/2015|
|Kylene and Bradley Beers Lecture with Jesmyn Ward, author of 'Men We Reaped'||9/8/2015|
|KAWS in conversation||9/9/2015|
|A Shared Space: KAWS, Karl Wirsum, & Tomoo Gokita||9/10/2015|
|Second Annual NOLA Bluedoo Walk/Run/Party||9/12/2015|
|An Evening with Ellis Marsalis||9/15/2015|
|A reading by Julia Kasdorf||9/21/2015|
|A reading by Danielle Evans||10/7/2015|
Saturday, Aug. 29, 8 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Join more than 1,000 volunteers for the annual day of service, the largest and oldest community service event of Tulane University, now in its 25th year. Whether it is beautifying schools and neighborhoods, tutoring school children, building homes, landscaping, serving the elderly, feeding the homeless, or being “green,” there is something for everyone to do.
Saturday, Aug. 29, 3 p.m.
The Tulane University English Department will present a reading of poetry, fiction and creative nonfiction by New Orleans writers in response to the storm. Tulane faculty members Tom Beller, Peter Cooley and Jesmyn Ward will be joined by Kay Murphy and Niyi Osundare from the University of New Orleans and performance poet Gian Smith. The event takes place in Freeman Auditorium and is free and open to the public. A reception will follow in Woodward Way.
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