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Men’s basketball stumbles in second half, falls 80-75 to SMU

Jordan Figueredo, Senior Staff Reporter

Despite having the lead for the first 30 minutes, the Green Wave (4-13, 1-4 American Athletic Conference) ultimately fell to 19th-ranked Southern Methodist (23-4, 13-1 AAC) 80-75 Wednesday at the Moody...  Read More »

February 17

United States in need of democratic self-reflection

Daniel Horowitz, Associate Views Editor

Earlier this month, the Economist Intelligence Unit released its annual Democracy Index, which indicates the state of democratic conditions in each country. As of the end of 2016, the United States had...  Read More »

February 8

Morgan shoots career best in 74-68 overtime victory over Cincinnati

Susan Fanelli, Sports Editor

As tournament season draws near, Tulane women's basketball (14-7, 5-3 American Athletic Conference) knocked off conference rival University of Cincinnati (14-7, 5-3 AAC) with an overtime victory of 74-68.The...  Read More »

February 8

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Morgan shoots career best in 74-68 overtime victory over Cincinnati

Susan Fanelli, Sports Editor

As tournament season draws near, Tulane women's basketball (14-7, 5-3 American Athletic Conference) knocked off conference rival University of Cincinnati (14-7, 5-3 AAC) with an overtime victory of 74-68.The...  Read More »

Student reports off-campus residential burglary

Student reports off-campus residential burglary

Tess Riley, News Editor

A student reported to Tulane University Police Department on Thursday that her house on the 7300 block of Maple Street was burglarized.The student said that when she returned to her house she discovered that several personal items and cash were missing. She told officers that sometime between 6:30 p.m. and 8:15 p.m. Thursday, an unknown person entered her house through a window and removed the...  Read More »

February 18

Officers respond to vehicle burglary at University Square

Officers respond to vehicle burglary at University Square

Tess Riley, News Editor

Tulane University Police Department officers responded to a report of a vehicular burglary at 10:01 a.m. Tuesday at University Square at 200 Broadway Street.The reporting person said that she walked away from her vehicle for several minutes and when she returned, she observed that her window was smashed out.Her laptop, wallet and several other items were missing from inside the vehicle.Officers...  Read More »

February 16

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Shabbat 1000 is big baba ga-news for Chabad

Shabbat 1000 is big baba ga-news for Chabad

Josh Axelrod, Associate Editor

At a school where 27 percent of the student body is Jewish, Shabbat, the Jewish Sabbath, is no minor venue. Yet, despite the hundreds of students who show up to weekly dinners, Rabbi Leibel Lipskier decided to raise the bar. Shabbat 1000, a Rohr Chabad Jewish Student Center-sponsored event, was held at 5 p.m. on Feb. 10 on the Newcomb Quadrangle. More than 1100 students were present."Our ...  Read More »

February 19

Queue: Dark comedies

Parker Greenwood, Arcade Associate Editor

You are sitting in bed after an especially long day and want to watch something, but you don't have time for a movie. As a matter of fact, you don't even have time for a 40-minute-long show and all the emotional turmoil it would entail. It's just been one of those days, and you're seeking something to settle you down before you sleep. Stumbling upon any of these three shows on Netflix is the perfect...  Read More »

February 19

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“They didn’t tell me”

“They didn’t tell me”

There's a lot of things that they didn't tell me.They didn't tell me that I'd be one of only a handful of students who look like me.They didn't tell me that student of color representation was only 20 percent of a whole populous.They didn't tell me that the friends that I have already made would be the only people I would trust wholeheartedly for the next four years, with the excepti...  Read More »

February 16

Gamma Rho Lambda ‘queers’ Greek norms, strives for intersectional inclusivity

Gamma Rho Lambda ‘queers’ Greek norms, strives for intersectional inclusivity

Centered on intersectionality, inclusivity and siblinghood, Gamma Rho Lambda's Xi Chapter provides an experience definitively distinct from many other organizations at Tulane University.The organization, founded in 2003 at Arizona State University, was chartered at Tulane on Nov. 16, 2013. Nationally, GRL is considered the first all-inclusive, college-based sorority, welcoming cisgender and tran...  Read More »

February 16

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Super Bowl ads aim for profit, not social activism

Madeline Ninno, Contributing Writer

Many of the ads during this year's Super Bowl had political messages, but none generated more interest and controversy than 84 Lumber's. The ad told the story of a Mexican mother and her daughter undergoing a difficult journey to reach the United States border. Though this ad may seem politically potent, the noncommittal reaction from and target market of 84 Lumber have lessened its message, reflecting...  Read More »

February 16

The Tulane Hullabaloo welcomes media, differs in journalistic process

Despite a growing pool of available information for today's college students, student-run college newspapers still provide an essential service. The value of this media service is not being the first or being the most eye-catching. Our purpose is to report the truth.A Pew Research Center Study found that 75 percent of young adults believe losing their local newspaper would have a minimal impact on their abi...  Read More »

February 15

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Men’s basketball stumbles in second half, falls 80-75 to SMU

Jordan Figueredo, Senior Staff Reporter

Despite having the lead for the first 30 minutes, the Green Wave (4-13, 1-4 American Athletic Conference) ultimately fell to 19th-ranked Southern Methodist (23-4, 13-1 AAC) 80-75 Wednesday at the Moody Coliseum in Dallas.SMU had five players score in double digits and shot 18-for-32 from the field in the second half and had a 40-22 scoring advantage in the paint.Tulane had standout plays and...  Read More »

February 17

Experience crucial for baseball in opening series

Experience crucial for baseball in opening series

Susan Fanelli, Sports Editor

Tulane baseball will open its highly anticipated 2016-17 season against the Army Black Knights and the Air Force Falcons this weekend. The three-game series will commence Friday and will continue through Sunday.Experience will be a key factor for the Green Wave during the series. According to new head coach Travis Jewett, the returning players of Tulane baseball will be essential."I like the...  Read More »

February 17

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Student newspaper serving Tulane University, Uptown New Orleans
Student newspaper serving Tulane University, Uptown New Orleans