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Tranche de Vie de Paris: French Week at Tulane

Faye Daigle, Contributing Reporter [email protected]

November 7, 2016

Filed under Arcade, Campus Life

Starting Monday, Nov. 7, Tulane will come alive with the colors of French culture.From a lively game of pétanque on the Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life Quadrangle to a Cajun dance workshop at Elleonora P. McWilliams Hall,...

Tulane NAMI festival to destigmatize mental health

Josh Axelrod, Associate Editor

November 3, 2016

Filed under Arcade, Campus Life

In a country where one in five adults suffer from a mental health illness, and stigma intensely surrounds the topic, many would argue a major change in attitude and atmosphere is needed. The National Alliance on Mental Illness at ...

Students get political in new musical

Nurah Lambert, Arcade Associate Editor

November 3, 2016

Filed under Arcade, Campus Life

Once every four years, Americans get the opportunity to project their voices in the presidential election. Unlike previous years, the 2016 presidential election has played out more like a far-fetched comedy than actual politics....

Instagram accounts parody Tulane life

Bryce Berman, Staff Reporter

November 2, 2016

Filed under Arcade, Campus Life

"Only at Tulane, only in New Orleans" rings true again with Tulane social media parody accounts that feature some of the school's happenings, stories and legends. Last year, The Arcade investigated accounts across Twitter, but the...

‘Truth Tree’ speech bubbles fail to send message

Rachael Richard, Staff Reporter

October 5, 2016

Filed under Arcade, Campus Life

This fall, Tulane’s campus had a large new addition that was hard to miss. Hank Willis Thomas’ "Truth Tree" replaced "Companion (Passing Through)" by KAWS, or what many came to know as the "Sad Mickey Mouse."A contemporary art...

Let’s talk about sex: student-run magazine to open conversation on taboo topics

Erica Goldish, Staff Reporter

October 5, 2016

Filed under Arcade, Campus Life

Harleigh Shaw, Paloma Pinto and Julia Daniel are going to change how you think about sex. The sophomores are starting a new online magazine, PeachWave, for students to write opinion pieces on topics such as sexual orientation, bod...

Tulane professor adds sound, light to sculpture in ‘Chromatic Surfaces’

Ben Shooter, Staff Reporter

September 29, 2016

Filed under Arcade, Campus Life

Over the past few weeks, Tulane art students flooded Instagram with pictures of enormous, swirling sculptures in yellow, orange and purple. These sculptures are part of Richard "Rick" Snow and Jamey Grimes' exhibit "Chromatic Sur...

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