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Thomas Beller reveals story of secretive Salinger

Bess Turner, Contributing Reporter
August 27
Filed under Arcade

Thomas Beller, a professor in the English department, mused about his long-standing relationship with the work of J.D. Salinger, the subject of his new biography, “J.D. Salinger: The Escape Artist.”“If you want people to stop smoking, one of the methods is to give them an entire carton of cigarettes, and ...

Tulane Dining and Food Services to debut Ironsides Waffles food truck

Maricela Murillo, Contributing Reporter
August 27
Filed under Arcade

Starting at 9 a.m. Sept. 16, Tulane University Dining Services will debut its new Ironsides Waffles food truck at the corner of Freret Street and McAlister Drive. The truck will be parked in the same spot every Tuesday and Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.“The first 50 customers will receive an Iron...

Lazar explores ancient and modern legend in new book

Lazar explores ancient and modern legend in new book

Alec Schwartzman, Arcade Print Editor
August 27
Filed under Arcade

Professor Zachary Lazar took four years to complete his newest novel, “I Pity the Poor Immigrant.” Hachette Publishing released “I Pity the Poor Immigrant” on April 8. Following publication, Lazar received critical acclaim from periodicals such as The New Yorker and The New York Times.“It’s...

Back to School Playlist

The Arcade
August 21
Filed under Arcade, Music

This is the first in a weekly series of playlists brought to you by The Arcade featuring a smattering of new music from across the board. Enjoy!...

NOLAbeings creator steps out from behind her camera

Alec Schwartzman, Arcade Editor
August 21
Filed under Arcade

You might find Claire Bangser wandering the streets of the Marigny, talking to strangers and taking photographs. You might find her work, NOLAbeings, on your Facebook or Instagram newsfeed. NOLAbeings' posts simply feature a photograph of a 'being' with a corresponding quote from the subject as the capt...

Mad Decent Block Party to perform first New Orleans show at Mardi Gras World

Amanda Verdi, Contributing Reporter
August 21
Filed under Arcade, Music

Ask Tulane students what concert they are most excited for in August and many will agree that the Mad Decent Block Party, rolling into New Orleans on Aug. 29 at Mardi Gras World, is where the real party is.Mad Decent features artists such as A$AP Ferg, Big Gigantic, Dillon Francis, Flosstradamus, Kid Kami...

Voodoo Queen preserves spirit of New Orleans cemeteries

Bess Turner, Contributing Reporter
August 21
Filed under Arcade

“Bodies,” Bloody Mary said, and she pointed toward stuffed garbage bags littering the ground at Odd Fellows Rest during a cemetery tour. She peered inside and rapped three times at the locked cemetery gates to alert the spirits of her presence, tossing a few M&Ms through the iron bars as an offe...

Freshman Survival Guide

Tyler Mead, Staff Reporter
August 21
Filed under Arcade

Welcome to Tulane, class of 2018. For months now, advice like “be yourself” or “be open to new experiences” have spewed from friends or parents to help you make the transition from high school to college. All that is true, but The Arcade has some more, thankfully less vague, tips.Not Being “...

Crosby, Stills & Nash to play at Saenger Theatre

Maricela Murillo, Contributing Reporter
August 21
Filed under Arcade, Music

The legendary folk band Crosby, Stills & Nash will play at the historic Saenger Theatre as part of its summer 2014 tour 8 p.m. Saturday, 45 years after its first concert at Woodstock festival in 1969.The band consists of David Crosby, a former member of The Byrds, Stephen Stills, a former member of ...

Potential resounds on new Cardinal Sons EP

Josh Kimbrell, Contributing Reporter
August 21
Filed under Arcade, Music

With “The Echo Choir” EP, Cardinal Sons valiantly attempts to rise from the underground. The pop rock trio has managed to create catchy melodies while sounding completely its own.The soulful jazz that has been coming from Louisiana and Mississippi for generations echoes through and is immediately apparent on...

Newcomb Art Gallery Explores Identity with Imaginative New Exhibit

Clara Beaumont, Contributing Reporter
August 21
Filed under Arcade, Music

Newcomb Art Gallery's first fall exhibit features two artists, Chakaia Booker, and Katherine Taylor. At first glance, they could not appear more different in style, form and material. Booker’s part of the exhibition is titled “Eradication: A Form of Obsession,” while Taylor’s is titled “On...

Baths to visit Newcomb Quad

Alec Schwartzman, Arcade Editor
August 21
Filed under Arcade, Music

Will Wiesenfeld, also known as Baths, recently finished work on a nine-and-a-half-month international tour promoting his newest album “Obsidian” and its companion extended play, “Ocean Death.” The California native will perform a free show 8 p.m. Saturday at Newcomb Quad.Much of Wiesenfeld’s ea...

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