LOOKING BACK — The story of a university is often best told through images, which have the ability to capture the essence of a moment. The following moments were selected from thousands of frames shot in the past year. We hope they add to your memories of 2014.
|Women's Basketball vs Florida State||12/22/2014|
|Prospect 3: Notes for Now||12/23/2014|
|The Vorhoff Library and Newcomb Archives present A.I.R. Pioneers: Portraits by Judy Cooper||12/30/2014|
|Men's Basketball vs. Temple||1/7/2015|
|"The Global Jihad"||1/12/2015|
|Tulane Family Business Forum||1/15/2015|
|Friends of Music||1/20/2015|
|Prospect 3: Notes for Now||1/23/2015|
|PitchNOLA 2015: Community Solutions (competition)||1/28/2015|
|NewDay Speaker: Matt Flannery, Co-Founder of Kiva||1/29/2015|
|Concert Piano Series||1/30/2015|
|Women's Basketball at SMU||2/3/2015|
|Fridays at the Quad||2/6/2015|
|Friends of Music||2/11/2015|
|Women's Golf hosts the Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate Golf Championship||2/22/2015|
|"Writing the History of the Jews of Poland and Russia"||2/24/2015|
Tulane University supports the mental well-being of all students, faculty and staff members. Students who need help have a variety of options including:
Student Resources and Support Services (504-314-2160) provides problem-resolution assistance, case management services, victim support services and referral services. On-call line: 504-920-9900.
The Tulane University Police Dept. (504-865-5911) for emergency help.
National resources such as these also are available:
Kognito, an online course in recognizing signs of stress and feelings of suicide. The enrollment codes are “tulane14” for students and “tulanefs14” for faculty and staff.
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (800-273-8255) connects callers with a trained counselor at a crisis center in your area, anytime 24/7.
The Trevor Project Lifeline (866-488-7386) offers crisis intervention and suicide prevention for LGBTQ youth.
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