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Tulane travels to Baton Rouge, faces rival LSU

Jordan Figueredo, Senior Staff Reporter
March 27
Filed under Archives, Baseball, Sports

The most anticipated Louisiana rival game returns as Tulane (9-15) takes on No. 4 LSU (18-7, 4-2 SEC) at 6:30 Tuesday at Skip Bertman Field at Alex Box Stadium in Baton Rouge.From a sold-out Greer Field at Turchin Stadium in 2015 which ultimately ended with the Wave losing 13-7, to the first Tulane...

H Jon Benjamin’s comedic voice stands above

H Jon Benjamin’s comedic voice stands above

Tyler Mead, Senior Staff Reporter
March 27
Filed under Arcade, Archives, Campus Life, Movies & TV

The voice of international super spy Sterling Archer, burger man Bob Belcher and a can of mixed vegetables H. Jon Benjamin came to campus Wednesday night and did material completely separate from any of those characters.Benjamin talked to Tulane about his favorite sex shop, father son bonding through...

Cardinal Sons to unveil new music in weekend concert series

Cardinal Sons to unveil new music in weekend concert series

Jordan Figueredo, Senior Staff Reporter
March 24
Filed under Arcade, Archives, Movies & TV

Propelling the alternative and indie rock scene in New Orleans, a city centered on jazz and funk, is no easy feat. For Cardinal Sons, however, the challenge proves worthwhile.The Shirley brothers, John, Joe and Dave, from Jackson, Mississippi, graduated from Loyola University with degrees in Marketing,...

Tulane baseball loses to previously winless Columbia, Jewett still hopeful

Tulane baseball loses to previously winless Columbia, Jewett still hopeful

Jake Brennan and Josh Axelrod, Sports Editor and Associate Editor
March 23
Filed under Archives, Baseball, Sports

It was bound to happen at some point, and — considering the state of Tulane baseball (7-13) — it is fitting that it happened here.Previously 0-10 on the season, Columbia (1-11) defeated Tulane 11-5 on Saturday at Greer Field at Turchin Stadium. While the Green Wave won the three-game series overall,...

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

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

Jordan Figueredo, Senior Staff Reporter
March 23
Filed under Archives, Basketball, Showcase, Sports

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 For...

Letter from Divest Tulane to President Fitts

March 23
Filed under Archives

Dear President Fitts, In spring 2016, the student body expressed overwhelming support for fossil fuel divestment. When asked the question “Do you support fossil fuel divestment at Tulane University?”, 54 percent of students expressed support while only 28 percent opposed. Last week, the Undergradu...

Taylor Center NewDay Challenge benefits New Orleans community

Taylor Center NewDay Challenge benefits New Orleans community

Jordan Figueredo, Senior Staff Reporter
March 23
Filed under Archives, News

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...

Investigation clears Alpha Kappa Psi of wrongdoing

Jordan Figueredo, Senior Staff Reporter
March 22
Filed under Archives, News

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...

Students choose USG executive board

March 22
Filed under Archives, News

The 2017-18 Undergraduate Student Government executive board has been determined after an election and runoff votes. A total of 2,938 students voted in the initial election last week and 1,326 students voted in the runoff election Tuesday.USG President: Sam Levin — 70.48 percent of the vote....

Student reports residential burglary on Broadway Street

March 22
Filed under Archives, Crime, News

Tulane University Police Department officers responded to a report of a residential burglary at 1:04 p.m. Tuesday at 636 Broadway Street.Officers arrived at the scene and spoke with the reporting student who said his laptop was stolen from inside his home. Officers did not observe any signs of...

ASL field offers opportunity to close interpreter gap

Ella Helmuth, Associate News Editor
March 22
Filed under Archives, News

American Sign Language is used by a sizable minority of Americans, with different estimates placing the number of speakers between 500,000 and 2 million deaf and hearing people. Distinguishing itself from English with the use of body movements, postures and facial expressions to communicate, ASL is...

Queue: Cartoons aren’t just for Kids

Jordan Figueredo, Senior Staff Reporter
March 21
Filed under Arcade, Archives, Movies & TV

Cartoons are not just for children. Adults too can enjoy sitting in their pajamas with a bowl of cereal on Saturday morning letting hours pass watching cartoons. With innuendos and jokes that go over the heads of the younger viewers, cartoons are for adults and children alike. Cartoons have the power...

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