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Paul Prather A&S'87
and Vicki Forbes N'89
Young Alumni Co-Coordinator
Emily Ragland Garson L'05
North County Coordinator
Steve DeMatteo, TC'96
Cafe Press Administrator
Melissa Studer N'93
Alumni Admissions Committee Chair
Laurie Sanderson N'98
Alumni Office Contact:
The Tulane Club of San Diego is an active group of local alumni who organize social, educational and cultural activities for Tulane alumni in San Diego and adjacent counties. The club is a constituent member of the Tulane Alumni Association (TAA.) Founded in 1898, TAA provides a forum for meaningful involvement and interaction among the university’s 105,000 alumni, its students and university leaders.
With more than 688 local Tulane alumni, proportionately the San Diego Club has the largest email list of all 60+ Tulane Clubs and we are among the most active. In 1998, we were honored by the Tulane Alumni Association with the Outstanding Club award.
Click on the Photos/Archives link to see what we’ve been up to lately. Traditionally our events have included an annual crawfish boil and Mardi Gras supper. We helped out with new student recruitment and attended College Fairs & Admissions reception; saw blues guitarist Mem Shannon at a local club and again at the N.O. Jazz & Heritage Festival; boogied with Marcia Ball at the Belly Up Tavern; cheered for our top rated baseball team at a sports bar when they beat LSU on national TV and again when they reached the College World Series; hosted a VIP tent at Gator by the Bay Cajun-Zydeco Fest at Spanish Landing; helped clean up San Diego’s beaches and assisted in the “Grunion Greeter” project which is headed by Melissa Studer N’94. Occasionally our events are held in conjunction with the Los Angeles and Orange County Clubs.
Additionally, there are email announced opportunities to attend club planning meetings, community volunteer projects, sports viewings on TV, music concerts at local nightclubs, theater outings, academic receptions and YAT (Young Alums of Tulane) happy hour networking nights. Use the E-mail Listserv link to subscribe to the San Diego list and/or the San Diego Young Alumni list.
Activities of the club are planned and organized by local alumni with the assistance of the Tulane Office of Alumni Affairs. Therefore, your ideas and help are always welcome. We’re always looking for some new volunteers to coordinate and/or help with specific events. It’s fun, so don’t be shy. Click on the Club Leadership link in order to contact anyone on the Steering Committee if you would like to become involved or want more information. Or you can click here to contact the club president, Mary Lynn Hyde, at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Where: Stone Brewing World Bistro & Gardens – Liberty Station
2816 Historic Decatur Rd #116
San Diego, CA 92106
When: Thursday, June 13, 2013 5:30pm - 7:30pm
About Stone Liberty Station: Stone Brewing World Bistro & Gardens – Liberty Station, our newest venture located in San Diego’s Point Loma community, encompasses more than 23,500 square feet of indoor and outdoor dining and bars, as well as a bocce ball court, outdoor cinema space and lush garden. We proudly present 40 taps and more than 100 bottles of exceptional craft beers, including Stone year-round and special releases as well as craft and specialty beers from other breweries around the world.
Sunday May 26th, 2013 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Charger's Old Practice Field (at Qualcomm Stadium)
Join Tulane Club-San Diego again this year and help celebrate LSU's 25th Annual Boil. LSU has cooked up a new site layout and spiced it up with Tiger Tents. The Tulane Club-San Diego was the first to sign up for a Tiger Tent (now known as a Tulane Tent) and secured a primo location. No more standing in line for beer, crawfish or toilets. No more lugging your canopy for shade or sitting in the hot sun.
Tiger Tent Pricing includes:
40’ x 40’ Festival Tent for 9 tables (90 people)
Private Bar for Beer, Soda and Water
Personal Bar Tender
50lbs Crawfish Delivered to your Tent
2 Portable Toilets for each Tent
In addition to the usual:
Hot & Spicy Crawfish boiled on site by Cajun Chefs
Seasoned Corn and Potatoes
Ice Cold Regular and Premium Beer included until 2:00 PM
$2.00 for all beers after 2:00 PM
Live Zydeco Band
Selection of Soda and Bottled Water
Festive Food and Drink Items Available for Purchase
For more information, contact Mary Lynn Hyde <email@example.com>
Ok to Bring...
Non alcoholic beverages in non-glass containers
Food in non-glass containers
Note: LSU reserves the right to refuse anyone or any items deemed unsafe or inappropriate into the event.
No Glass Containers
No Commercial Tents or Commercial Signage
No BBQ or open flames
Enter Qualcomm Stadium at the main gate off Friars Road, Mission Village Drive and San Diego Mission Road. The event will be held on the large grassy area in the southwest corner adjacent to parking area J5.
Park in the J5 parking area. Parking is included with admission. We highly recommend carpooling, using the trolley or using a designated driver.
Display your company or group name at the world's largest crawfish boil outside Louisiana, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Happy Hour - 6/13/13
LSU Crawfish Boil - 5/26/13
Gator By The Bay - 5/10/13
Wave of Green - 4/12/13
Dash Rip Rock Concert - 3/29/13
Katrina-versary & Hurricane Party - 8/28/10
Happy Hour Networking - 6/17/10
Tulane-LSU Crawfish Boil - 5/30/10
Gator By The Bay Festival - 5/7/10
Dessert & Grunion Party - 4/30/10
Saints Playoff Viewing Party - 1/16/10
Happy Hour - 12/15/09
Admissions Reception - 10/13/09
Katrinaversary - 8/29/09
Margaritas & Guac Off - 8/3/09
Crawfish Boil - 5/24/09
Gator by the Bay - 5/9/2009 & 5/10/2009
Pre-Victory Baseball Tailgate - Tulane vs. UC Irvine - 3/13/09
Annual Mardi Gras Supper - 2/8/2009
Annual Tulane Club-San Diego Holiday Party - 12/7/08
Tulane vs. LSU Football Game Watch Party at Kristy's Sports Bar - 11/1/08
New Orleans Saints vs. San Diego Chargers in London, England - Pigskin Progressive Dinner - 10/26/2008
Hurricane Happy Hour - 9/25/08
3rd Anniversary of Katrina Event - 8/29/08
Crawfish Boil - 5/24/08
Gator by the Bay - 5/10-11/08
North County Happy Hour - 4/22/08
An Evening with Dean Nick Altiero - 3/31/08
Downtown Happy Hour - 3/27/08
Mardi Gras Supper - 2/29/08
Old Thang Syne Gift Exchange - 1/26/08
Holiday Party - 12/02/07
Happy Hour - 11/15/07
College Fair - 10/23/07
Happy Hour Exchange - 10/18/07
Tulane v. LSU football game on TV - 9/29/07
Happy Hour - 9/23/07
"Make you own Mojito" Happy Hour - 8/16/07
Beach BBQ & Bonfire - 8/4/07
Sporting Tulane: an Evening with Rick Dickson - 7/24/07
LSU-Tulane Crawfish Boil - 5/26/07
Big EasyGo's San Diego Welcome - 5/20/07
Gator by the Bay Zydeco-Blues Festival - 5/12-13/07
Mardi Gras Supper - 2/11/07
PCAUD Schools Alumni Reception- 1/07/07
LSU-Tulane Parade of Lights - 12/17/06
Holiday Potluck - 12/10/06
Zydeco Music and Cajun Potluck - 11/03/06
Wine a after Work - 9/26/06
Tulane v. LSU football viewing party - 9/23/06
Discovery Channel Katrina Special Screening - 8/22/06
Networking Happy Hour - 7/25/06
The Long Beach Bayou Festival - 6/24/06
La Jolla Theater - 6/03/06
Crawfish Boil - 5/06/06
Mardi Gras Supper - 2/24/06
Holiday Party - 12/04/05
Crawfish Picnic - 6/12/05
Gator by the Bay Zydeco-Blues Festival - 5/7-8/05
Evening of Distinction - 3/17/05
Mardi Gras Supper - 2/04/05
Tulane Young Alums Holiday party - 12/19/04
Admissions College Fair, Point Loma - 10/14/04
Biketoberfest - 10/02/04
Admisssions Reception - 9/27/04
Labor Day Week-end Beach BBQ & Bonfire - 9/05/04
Tulane vs. Mississippi State viewing party - 9/04/04
Crawfish Picnic - 6/13/04
Mardi Gras Supper - 2/22/04
Tulane Young Alums Happy Hour - 1/21/04
Tulane Young Alums Holiday party - 12/14/03
San Diego's 3rd Annual Cajun/Zydeco Music & Food Festival - 10/11/03
Crawfish Picnic - 6/08/03
Mardi Gras Supper - 3/02/03
San Diego Repertory Theater Event - 8/15/02
Crawfish Boil - 6/9/02
Planning Meeting - 4/24/02
Mardi Gras Supper - 2/12/02
Disney Event - 10/21/02
Be a Part of the Green Wave Here in San Diego!
Join us for San Diego's own version of the Tulane "Wave of Green" nation-wide community service projects. Last year's project was a Habitat for Humanity build, and this year, alum Melissa Studer (N '93) will offer what is sure to be the most unique, California-style volunteer opportunity of all—be a Grunion Greeter!
Grunion are small fish that come ashore each spring and summer to spawn on the beach at night in CA and Baja. They are found nowhere else in the world and are considered a very vulnerable species. Melissa Studer (N ‘93) is director of the Grunion Greeters, a program that studies the fish and ensures their protection from human impacts. The grunion spawn after the highest tides associated with a full or new moon, which means only during certain late nights. There’s a predicted run on April 12 that may occur anytime between 10:45 pm and 12:45 am. April is considered peak season so while there’s no guarantee, chances are good we’ll see a run. If you want to learn more, check out www.Grunion.org.
We'll get started at the home of Melissa and Chris Studer in La Jolla for a brief lesson and team huddle on Friday night, April 12 at 8:30 pm. Bring your favorite sweet treat, coffee drink and/or a dessert wine to share. We'll work up a second wind before dividing into groups and then head out to several nearby beaches in time for the predicted grunion run. You’ll be collecting simple observations for two hours that you’ll report via a web form. Your reports will provide important information for researchers and contribute to the protection of this unique fish. If you’re not up for New Orleans-style hours (remember when the party started at 11pm?), join us at the beginning to hear more about this cool fish and connect with other Tulane alums!
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