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Center for Intercultural Life finds new home in Richardson

Apoorva Verghese, Intersections Editor March 10, 2021

On March 3, the Carolyn Barber-Pierre Center for Intercultural Life moved from their office in the Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life to their new, permanent space in the Richardson Building....

Carl Briggs, Inas Shabazz, Justin Taylor, Maiya Tate, Janelle Williams pose in front of Newcomb Hall.

‘A more just Tulane’: Black students fight for equity from segregation to present-day

Maiya Tate, Senior Staff Reporter February 5, 2020

Tulane admitted its first Black students in the fall of 1963.  In 2019 Tulane enrolled a record-high 92 Black students. A look back at the history of the Black student experience at Tulane allows for...

Multicultural leadership retreat encourages students to care for both themselves and their community

Justin Marcano, Contributing Reporter September 21, 2018

The Office of Multicultural Affairs held its annual Fall Multicultural Leadership Retreat (MLR) over the weekend of Sept.14-16 at Seashore United Methodist Assembly in Biloxi, Mississippi. The retreat...

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“The O” provides community, opportunity to students throughout 30-year history

Canela Lopez and Kila Moore February 22, 2018

In honor of the 30-year anniversary of the Tulane University Office of Multicultural Affairs and Black History Month, The Tulane Hullabaloo has outlined a history of "The O" and traced its 30 years of...

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Mardi Gras Samba Queen: Carolyn Barber-Pierre bridges cultures through Brazilian dance

Nurah Lambert , Staff Reporter February 9, 2017

Dance serves as a uniting force bringing people of diverse backgrounds together across varied cultures. For Tulane's own Carolyn Barber-Pierre, assistant vice president for student affairs and intercultural...

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