SHOW OF HANDS — Green Wave cornerback Parry Nickerson (No. 17) stretches high to defend a pass intended for Robby Anderson (No. 19) of the Temple Owls during Saturday’s (Oct. 10) football game in Philadelphia. Tulane led 10-7 in the second quarter against the American Athletic Conference foe, but undefeated Temple dominated from there to win, 49-10. The Green Wave returns home to Yulman Stadium on Friday (Oct. 16) for an 8 p.m. CST contest against the University of Houston.
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Newcomb Film Series
Tuesday, Oct. 13, 6 p.m.
The Newcomb College institute presents India’s Daughter, the powerful story of the 2012, brutal gang rape on a Delhi bus of a 23-year-old medical student, who later died from her injuries. In 2012, the incident made international headlines and ignited protests by women in India and around the world. India’s government banned the film while the BBC moved its planned broadcast up by days and ignited a new controversy. BAFTA winning filmmaker Leslee Udwin, herself a victim of rape, went to India inspired by the protests against sexual assault. An impassioned plea for change, this film pays tribute to a remarkable and inspiring young woman and explores the compelling human stories behind the incident and the political ramifications throughout India. The screening is free and open to the public.
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