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Green Wave yields sixth straight against Temple Owls loss despite early lead

Jordan Figueredo, Senior Staff Reporter
February 1, 2017
Filed under Basketball, No Photo, Sports

Despite a quick and early lead, Tulane men's basketball (4-18, 1-9 American Athletic Conference) was not able to remain ahead and fell to Temple (12-11, 3-7 AAC) 79-71 Tuesday night at Avron B. Fogelman Arena in Devlin Fieldhouse.Redshirt junior guard Cameron Reynolds had an impressive showing, despite...

Wave returns home to face stumbling Temple

Susan Fanelli, Sports Editor
January 31, 2017
Filed under Basketball, No Photo, Online Features, Sports

Returning to the Big Easy after several road games, Tulane men's basketball (4-17, 1-8 American Athletic Conference) will end its January schedule against the Temple Owls (11-11, 2-7 AAC) at 7 p.m. Tuesday in Avron B. Fogelman Arena in Devlin Fieldhouse.Tulane is continuing its five-game skid during...

Environmental racism hurts small Louisiana town

Kathryne LeBell, Views Editor
January 24, 2017
Filed under Local, No Photo, Views

This is an opinion article and does not reflect the views of The Tulane Hullabaloo.A popular, but incorrect, assumption is that wealthy countries are the best places to live, regardless of identity. As seen in the small, predominately black town of St. Joseph, Louisiana, this is not true. For year...

Undefeated Huskies best Wave 100-56

Susan Fanelli, Sports Editor
January 23, 2017
Filed under Basketball, No Photo, Sports

Tulane women's basketball's (12-7, 3-2 American Athletic Conference) two-game conference win streak was snapped Sunday against the UConn Huskies (18-0, 6-0 AAC), as the Green Wave fell 100-56 against its rival.Tulane earned conference victories against fellow AAC members Southern Methodist University...

Hillel’s Kaj Friis-Hecht heats up “Chopped Junior”

Jordan Figueredo, Senior Staff Reporter
January 23, 2017
Filed under Arcade, Food, Movies & TV, No Photo

The camera catches every moment as mystery ingredients haunt competitors and Ted Allen begins his countdown. Even professional chefs falter in the "Chopped" kitchen, yet 9-15-year-olds have proven they can take on the challenge, as long as their blue step ladder is present.One of the newest competitors...

Bees benefit Big Easy

Parker Greenwood, Associate Arcade Editor
January 21, 2017
Filed under Arcade, No Photo, NOLA

If beekeeping in New Orleans seems unbeelievable, think again.Southbound Gardens will be hosting an urban beekeeping workshop from 11:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Sunday at its location on South Robertson Street. Jordan Bantuelle, co-owner of Southbound Gardens, indicated that the workshop will be dealing...

Howard-Tilton Memorial Library implements new security procedures

Tess Riley, News Editor
January 19, 2017
Filed under News, No Photo

In an effort to create a safer and more secure environment, Howard-Tilton Memorial Library staff will be implementing new security standards this semester. Starting Monday anyone entering the library after 8 p.m. will go through a new security turnstile before entering the building.After this ...

Letter from the Editor: Journalists must be held accountable for truth

Brandi Doyal, Editor-in-Chief
January 19, 2017
Filed under No Photo, Views

The Hullabaloo prides itself on holding the Tulane community to high standards. We seek to hold it accountable and expect transparency. We have looked inward this past year, made many changes and found that we have not held ourselves to these same standards.Sometimes journalists write what we want...

Airing of Grievances: Sinister Cyclists

Tyler Mead, Senior Staff Reporter
January 19, 2017
Filed under Arcade, No Photo

Dear Sinister Cyclists,I find myself writing a second letter to you, because not only did you fail to take my previous message to heart, you've managed to get worse. That, and I have a car now.Before, you held the power in this relationship. Your 15-mph pace was a real doozy when it was just...

Letter to the Editor: Tom Price unfit to serve as Secretary of Health

Christine Petrin, Keanan McGonigle, Krishna Pandya, Paige Bradlet, Shana Zucker, Kaitlyn Arbour, Contributing Writers
January 18, 2017
Filed under Letter to the Editor, No Photo, Views

On Jan. 18, Tom Price, nominated for Secretary of Health and Human Services, attended his courtesy hearing before the U.S. Senate. Price stands poised to undo much of Louisiana's progress in improving the health of its citizens. As future physicians, we oppose Price's nomination and stand with fellow m...

Tulane police investigate theft of microphone, funds

Tess Riley, News Editor
January 7, 2017
Filed under Crime, News, No Photo, Uncategorized

Two thefts were reported to Tulane University Police Department on Thursday regarding a missing Tulane microphone and a separate incident regarding Tulane funds.A TUPD officer responded to a report of a stolen Tulane microphone at 12:40 p.m on Thursday.The reporting person stated that a microphone...

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