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Campus MovieFest to screen Tulane students’ short films

Campus MovieFest to screen Tulane students’ short films

Luo Qi Kong, Staff Reporter
April 17, 2017
Filed under Arcade, Campus Life

Campus MovieFest, the world's largest student film festival, is coming to Tulane for the first time. CMF challenges students to create short films of any genre in one week.Participation and equipment come at no cost, making CMF an exciting and accessible opportunity for students. No matter their...

Airing: Tulane Goggles

Airing: Tulane Goggles

April 17, 2017
Filed under Arcade

Dear seemingly-attractive men of Tulane,When it comes to guys, a Tulane ten is like a real world eight. Yet we've become so conditioned to the epidemic known as "Tulane Goggles" that our judgment has clouded over. Tulane goggles are what make our meals at Bruff tolerable and behavior during Mardi...

Tuchus on top: a Q&A with pageant-winning NJBs

Josh Axelrod and Jordan Figueredo
April 17, 2017
Filed under Arcade, Campus Life

If your bubbe is verklempt because you've been dating schmucks instead of menschs, look no further than freshmen Grayson Levien and Spencer Olesky. Quit your kvetching, have the chutzpah to talk to them yourself and look at their cute little punims. Stop being a schmendrick and read The Tulane Hullabaloo'...

Queue: Bingeing blessings

Taylor Naftali, Contributing Reporter
April 17, 2017
Filed under Arcade, Movies & TV

Everyone has experienced it: the wave of hopelessness after binge-watching an entire series on Netflix. It leaves you wondering how to proceed. Trying to soothe your aching heart, you begin browsing Netflix's inventory. Just when you thought you'd exhausted Netflix's streaming library, another month...

Real Estate demonstrates star potential through electric performance

Parker Greenwood, Arcade Associate Editor
April 17, 2017
Filed under Arcade, Music

The show was a little slow to start, with the audience waiting eagerly for Real Estate to craft an evening where nothing mattered but the music. It was not the indie band that people know and love, however, that greeted attendees when the show began, but instead a fresh face.Mary Lattimore, a harpist...

French Quarter Fest fuses best of city’s food, music

Heather Andelsman, Staff Reporter
April 17, 2017
Filed under Arcade, Food, Music, NOLA

From April 6-9 the French Quarter was turned into a lively festival full of New Orleans music, art and, most importantly, food. Multiple stages and vendors were set up as part of the 34th annual French Quarter Festival, and the music could be heard all throughout the narrow streets.Jackson Square...

Strawberry Festival brings farmer’s market feeling to Ponchatoula

Ishan Patel, Staff Reporter
April 17, 2017
Filed under Arcade, Food

The annual Ponchatoula Strawberry Festival lasted from April 7-9 about a fifty-minute drive northwest of New Orleans. The festival offered an abundance of strawberries and strawberry-flavored food and drink, not to mention many rides, carnival games and live music.The festival, which has drawn about...

Cynicism of society pervades Father John Misty’s ‘Pure Comedy’

Colin Yaccarino, Senior Staff Reporter
April 17, 2017
Filed under Arcade, Music

Cutting deep into both himself and society, Josh Tillman, also known as Father John Misty weaves strong instrumentals and vocals with commentary and frightening predictions for the future in his new release "Pure Comedy."While the music is forceful and emotional, the lyrics heavily rely on preachy...

Foxygen reunites, returns to New Orleans

Jordan Figueredo, Senior Staff Reporter
April 15, 2017
Filed under Arcade, Archives, Music

Californians Jonathan Rado and Sam France of Foxygen will bring their jazz, folk and classic rock sound back to the Big Easy.Formed in 2005 when both members were only 15, Foxygen made a name for itself after its 2011 studio album "We Are The 21st Century Ambassadors of Peace & Magic," when producer...

T-Pain comes to campus to ‘bayou’ a ‘drank’

T-Pain comes to campus to ‘bayou’ a ‘drank’

Cam Lutz, Staff Reporter
April 13, 2017
Filed under Arcade, Campus Life, Music, Showcase

Ten years after the release of his chart-topping single, "Buy U a Drank," T-Pain made an appearance in New Orleans. Tulane University Campus Programming was hard-pressed to match its fall 2016 concert pick, Kehlani and opener Daya, but the organization did not fail to bring in a big name for this year's...

Civic Theater presents Comedy Central’s newest class of clowns

Civic Theater presents Comedy Central’s newest class of clowns

Tyler Mead, Senior Staff Writer
April 13, 2017
Filed under Arcade, Movies & TV

"The Comedy Central Half Hour" records 13 brand-new half-hour long stand up specials at The Civic Theater for a bright new batch of comedians. All of the comics have made appearances on television, TED Talks and the web, but "The Half Hour" is a chance to show America what they bring to the table. The ...

Aimee Mann’s album ‘Mental Illness’ offers somber serenades

Tyler Mead, Senior Staff Reporter
April 10, 2017
Filed under Arcade, Archives, Music

Aimee Mann's latest album, "Mental Illness," is a beautifully sensible addition to her whopping nine-album discography.Mann knows her sound and style and knows she doesn't need to change things up or reinvent the wheel with her latest work. Long-time fans know her strength lies in her talents as...

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