Tulane After Dark is an awesome series of late night events that TAD, our late night llama, built just for you. Join him Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays for fun and FREE events happening right here in the LBC for events like trivia, movies, casino nights, laser tag, escape rooms, food festivals, drag queen bingo, silent discos, and more. Follow TAD on Instagram at @llamatad, like Tulane LBC on Facebook at Facebook.com/tulane.lbc, or keep your eye on WaveSync to find out about upcoming events!
City Diner | 9:00PM | Movie with Popcorn plus Fountain Drink
10:00PM | Various Departmental or Organization Events
** Location and times are subject to vary due to the type of event being offered **
City Diner | 10:00PM | Trivia with Prizes for Best Team Name and Top Two Teams
Event calendars is coordinated by the Late Night Programming Committee which is comprised of representation from the Campus Recreation, Dining Services, Housing and Residence Life, Student Resources and Support Services, the Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life, the Office of Multicultural Affairs, the Office of Sustainability, theWell for Health Promotion, Tulane University Campus Programming (TUCP), and University Service.
The student voice is critical to the success of Tulane After Dark, so the purpose of the TAD Student Advisory Committee is to engage students in the planning and implementation of the Tulane After Dark programming series. Ideally, the students holding seats on the advisory committee are engaged in providing their input on the structure, types of programs being offered, program brand, etc. as well as assessing past programs have run.
The TAD Student Advisory Committee will be structured such that there are 5 student members who represent the Tulane University student body. Additionally, it is desirable that students also come from a variety of academic programs, year in school, and interest in late night programming. The advisory committee will be led by the Assistant Director for Student Development in the Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life who is also the chair of the Tulane After Dark program.
Selection | Students who are interested should complete the TAD Advisory Committee Interest Form on OrgSync by no later than November 26. Once the deadline passes, the advisor committee head will review the application and select members with the support of the Director of the Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life.
Meetings | The TAD Student Advisory Committee will meet approximately four (4) times per year, two (2) times each semester.
Surveying | Throughout the year, the advisory committee will be asked to take a series of questions to their fellow student body members regarding the late night programming series. It is critical that students be willing and ready to reach not only to their close friends, but also to those outside of their social circles. Students will have access to printing if they would like to host physical surveys or booth spaces via the committee head in order to actively reach other students.
Joining the committee will hopefully be exciting on its own accord, some additional perks for you to consider are that you will…
The Late Night Programming Committee has launched a programming scholarship available exclusively to student organizations who are interested in hosting events on Friday nights between 10:00PM and midnight. Grants will be given to four or five organizations (or groups of organizations) per semester worth up to $1500 each. The deadline for programming with TAD in Spring 2018 was October 1, but do not worry - We will be making the grant available again soon for the Fall 2018 programming calendar!
View the criteria and application at https://orgsync.com/84805/forms/265269.
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