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Baseball drops final two, is swept by San Diego through weekend series

Susan Fanelli, Sports Editor

In a four-game series against the San Diego University Toreros (10-3), Tulane baseball (3-12), dropped its final two on Saturday and Sunday. The Wave fell to the Toreros 5-4 on Saturday and 6-2 on Sunday...

March 15

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...

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...

February 8

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Baseball drops final two, is swept by San Diego through weekend series

Susan Fanelli, Sports Editor

In a four-game series against the San Diego University Toreros (10-3), Tulane baseball (3-12), dropped its final two on Saturday and Sunday. The Wave fell to the Toreros 5-4 on Saturday and 6-2 on Sunday...

Baseball drops first two in four-game weekend series against San Diego

Susan Fanelli, Sports Editor

The 2017 season had a rough start for Tulane baseball (3-11). It lost the first two games in a four-game series against the San Diego Toreros (9-3) on Thursday and Friday, losing 11-4 and 7-4, respectively...

Taylor Center NewDay Challenge benefits New Orleans community

Taylor Center NewDay Challenge benefits New Orleans community

Jordan Figueredo, Senior Staff Reporter

With a goal to cultivate a diverse learning community through social awareness and creative innovation, the Taylor Center for Social Innovation and Design Thinking challenges students to think beyond the classroom.The NewDay Challenge consists of a contest where students compete for up to $20,000 to start a social venture that benefits the New Orleans community."[The NewDay Challenge] is...

March 23

Investigation clears Alpha Kappa Psi of wrongdoing

Jordan Figueredo, Senior Staff Reporter

Tulane's chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi business fraternity underwent an investigation at the end of last week after a complaint of misconduct was filed with its national office, which conducted an investigation.The investigation concluded that the chapter was not at fault and therefore would not be suspended and could resume normal activities. According to Heather Seaman, director of the Lavin-Bernick...

March 22

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TUCP brings T-Pain to campus for Spring Concert

TUCP brings T-Pain to campus for Spring Concert

Kate Parker, Contributing Reporter

Despite the many choices Tulane students make that their middle school selves would not necessarily be proud of, they will no doubt still indulge any sense of nostalgia from those years by catching T-Pain at this year's Spring Concert.This annual event, put on by Tulane University Campus Programming, will be held at 8 p.m. on April 6 at Avron B. Fogelman Arena in Devlin Fieldhouse. T-Pain will...

March 23

Know Your NOLA: New Orleans Jazz Museum displays distinguished history

Know Your NOLA: New Orleans Jazz Museum displays distinguished history

Luo Qi Kong, Staff Reporter

New Orleans has served as a historical breeding ground for creative expression and a center for cultural syncretism throughout America's past. The city's ability to innovate is shown through its musical history. The New Orleans Jazz Museum at the Old U.S. Mint honors jazz in its place of origin.Developing from the blues and other types of music and dance styles, jazz grew in black communities...

March 23

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Can black women fit into the body positivity movement?

Can black women fit into the body positivity movement?

As we begin to navigate the new era of intersectional feminism, an important question buried under decades of history finally reaches the surface: Is there room for black women in the "body posi" movement?Time and time again, America has commodified the black woman. Reaching back to slavery, when the idea of black women embodying Jezebel first emerged, we were seen as "seductive, alluring [and] wor...

March 22

“Lost and Found”

“Lost and Found”

I lost sight of her many months ago.I lost her,now she sits alone.I'm waiting until she finds her way back,But the words of the worldhave caused her to lose trackof time and space,and where is she going.Like seeking to swimbut you struggle while floating.Can one of you, please,please let her know?That when they push her in corners,she doesn't stand alo...

March 16

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Proposed changes to ACA harmful to Louisiana residents

Madeline Ninno, Staff Writer

The proposed replacement for the Affordable Care Act, or "Obamacare," was announced by Republicans on March 6. The new plan, called the American Health Care Act, has proven controversial among both Republicans and Democrats because of its cuts to Medicaid and its restructuring of taxes. While the ACA expanded Medicaid significantly, providing coverage to all living earning less than 138 percent of the f...

March 23

Trump budget proposal impacts New Orleans

Madeline Ninno, Staff Writer

President Donald Trump released the summary of his proposed budget for the 2018 fiscal year on March 16, which would cut funding for many programs, affecting New Orleans residents in serious ways. Most concerning are his cuts to agencies and programs that protect residents from future natural disasters, repair properties after floods and hurricanes, and support research of methods to mitigate the eff...

March 23

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Transfer trend continues: Men’s basketball loses 20 players in five seasons

Jordan Figueredo, Senior Staff Reporter

Even though it means riding the bench for a season, student-athletes often transfer. Their reasons range from changes in coaching staff to a lack of playing time.Transferring is most common in basketball, which has more than double those of football and triple those of baseball. According to Forbes magazine, the men's basketball transfer rate around the country is 36 percent greater than the o...

March 23

Wave cruises through second round of WNIT with 66-49 win over Grambling

Susan Fanelli, Sports Editor

Tulane women's basketball (8-14, 7-9 American Athletic Conference) advanced to the Women's National Invitational Tournament on Sunday after winning against the Grambling State Tigers (19-15, 14-4 Southwestern Athletic Conference) 66-49 at Avron B. Fogelman Arena in the Devlin Fieldhouse.The game was a rematch of the first game of the season, ending in a 79-56 victory over Tulane. Against the Tigers,...

March 21

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