March Event's at the Library | 2023

Women's History Trivia

Join the Scholarly Engagement team and the Newcomb Archive & Vorhoff Collection staff for trivia and lunch in celebration of Women's History Month.

In groups of 1-3, participants will answer questions about significant Louisiana figures to win swag, books, and headphones. 

Space is limited, so register today by scanning the QR code. 

Thursday, March 30, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Location: Diboll Gallery, Newcomb Institute room 300, 3rd Floor of the Commons.


Coffee & Code with the Library

Join us weekly in the Knowledge Lab at the Howard-Tilton Memorial Library to work on your coding projects and to enjoy some free coffee at this weekly open event. No coding skills are required, just interest. 

Help us build a community of practice!

Every Thursday 10:30 am - 12:00 pm

Location: Knowledge Lab (Second Floor of Howard-Tilton Memorial Library)


Not My Life, Film Screening

Joint Tulane for UNICEF and Tulane University Libraries for a screening of Not My Life, a documentary addressing human trafficking and modern slavery around the world.

More information about the film can be found at

Location: 1834 Lounge, LBC

Wednesday, March 15th, 8:30pm - 10:00pm


An Afternoon with Meredith Stern

In celebration of Women’s History Month, please join TUSC and the Newcomb Archives and Vorhoff Collection (NAVC) for an open house showcasing the artwork of Meredith Stern, as well as archival materials documenting the history of abortion and reproductive justice work from TUSC and NAVC’s collections. 

Meredith Stern (NC ’98) is a feminist artist and curator. Her work focuses on cooperation and mutual aid. Meredith graduated cum laude from Tulane University with a BFA in Ceramics. After college she and several friends founded Nowe Miasto, a collectively run space in New Orleans which hosted music and film events and housed a screen-printing studio and a backyard garden where she planted her first strawberry plant. Her multifaceted practice includes printmaking, drumming, collage, gardening, and ceramic arts. She views art as a powerful medium of communication to visualize a more just and peaceful world, and to celebrate the power of collective resistance.

Meredith will be available for conversation and questions, along with staff from TUSC and NAVC. Light refreshments will be served.

Diboll Gallery, Malkin Sacks Commons 3rd Floor 43 Newcomb Place Suite 301

Monday, March 27 2023 at 1:30 - 3:00 pm