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General Body Meeting This Tuesday(2/24) at 8:00 in the LBC Race Room

Join us this week in the Race Room for our General Body Meeting where we will be discussing community service. This is your LAST CHANCE to order shirts ($10) and sweatshirts ($20). Even if you can't stay long, please stop by.
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ZuZu Acrobats this Thursday (2/26) in McAlister Auditorium

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Celebrating Black History month the tBSU is bringing ZuZu African Acrobatics from America's Got Talent This program will feature and and celebrate African Black Culture, showcasing the roots of African Dance and acrobatics.

Tulane Law School's Black Law Students Association: Black History Month Program Tuesday(2/24) @ 6 pm

Guest Lecturer: Professor Donald Tibbs

Topic of Discussion: The Continued Relevance of Race in the Criminal Justice System

When: Tuesday, February 24, 2015 6 p.m.

Where: Tulane University Law School- Weinmann Hall Room 110, Reception immediately following in the MPR

At Drexel, Donald Tibbs' expertise focuses on overlapping issues of race, law, civil rights, and criminal procedure, and in 2011 and 2013, Tibbs won the Dean Jennifer L. Rosato Excellence in the Classroom Award.

Tibbs served as the Director of the Institute for Civil Rights and Justice at Southern University Law Center, and he has been featured on national television programs such as Washington Watch with Roland Martin, the O'Reilly Factor, and CBS News. Tibbs regularly serves as guest speaker across the country, speaking at forums such as Howard University Law School, The Chicago Bar Association, and the University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth.

Please join us for this event!

Tulane black arts festival

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​The 2015 Tulane Black Arts Festival (3/8-3/15) Keynote lecture with Spike Lee has been RESCHEDULED to 3/16

Tickets are also now available for the#2015TulaneBlackArtsFest keynote lecture with Spike Lee at tulanetickets.com! Free for anyone with a Splash ID (limit two free tickets per person) and $5 for everyone else.