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Join a weekly informal gathering for students in recovery, recovery allies, and those who are recovery curious to share a meal, relax, connect, plan social events, and have fun. For more information, contact Jacob Goldberg, Recovery Community Manager, at jgoldberg6@tulane.edu.

The ¡Salud! workshop series aims to build community and provide a safe space for Latinx students to explore living a good life at Tulane. Sometimes students experience homesickness and stress related to beingidentified with Latinx culture, whether as a first generation American or being new to the country.
The workshop series will focus on self care, connecting with others, and developing stress reduction techniques based on mindfulness. Students are invited to drop in without feeling pressured to attend every week, and there is no need to register with CAPS.

The Tulane Recovery Community Seminar is a major tool in developing community and connecting with the needs of the students in recovery at Tulane. The weekly seminar is a process group/discussion that may include activities, guest speakers, and light refreshments. For more information, contact Jacob Goldberg, Recovery Community Manager, at jgoldberg6@tulane.edu.

Join a weekly informal gathering for students in recovery, recovery allies, and those who are recovery curious to share a meal, relax, connect, plan social events, and have fun. For more information, contact Jacob Goldberg, Recovery Community Manager, at jgoldberg6@tulane.edu.

The ¡Salud! workshop series aims to build community and provide a safe space for Latinx students to explore living a good life at Tulane. Sometimes students experience homesickness and stress related to beingidentified with Latinx culture, whether as a first generation American or being new to the country.
The workshop series will focus on self care, connecting with others, and developing stress reduction techniques based on mindfulness. Students are invited to drop in without feeling pressured to attend every week, and there is no need to register with CAPS.

The Tulane Recovery Community Seminar is a major tool in developing community and connecting with the needs of the students in recovery at Tulane. The weekly seminar is a process group/discussion that may include activities, guest speakers, and light refreshments. For more information, contact Jacob Goldberg, Recovery Community Manager, at jgoldberg6@tulane.edu.

Join a weekly informal gathering for students in recovery, recovery allies, and those who are recovery curious to share a meal, relax, connect, plan social events, and have fun. For more information, contact Jacob Goldberg, Recovery Community Manager, at jgoldberg6@tulane.edu.

The Tulane Recovery Community Seminar is a major tool in developing community and connecting with the needs of the students in recovery at Tulane. The weekly seminar is a process group/discussion that may include activities, guest speakers, and light refreshments. For more information, contact Jacob Goldberg, Recovery Community Manager, at jgoldberg6@tulane.edu.

Join a weekly informal gathering for students in recovery, recovery allies, and those who are recovery curious to share a meal, relax, connect, plan social events, and have fun. For more information, contact Jacob Goldberg, Recovery Community Manager, at jgoldberg6@tulane.edu.

Join a weekly informal gathering for students in recovery, recovery allies, and those who are recovery curious to share a meal, relax, connect, plan social events, and have fun. For more information, contact Jacob Goldberg, Recovery Community Manager, at jgoldberg6@tulane.edu.

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