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Undergraduate Student Government Executive Cabinet campaigns begin

Armando Marin, Online News Editor
March 13
Filed under News, Online Features, USG

Undergraduate Student Government Executive Cabinet campaigns began Thursday. Elections will take place from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday at vote.tulane.edu.The executive board consists of six elected position and four appointed positions. The elected positions, which constitute the executive cabinet, include President, Exe...

Update: Police arrest suspect in cemetery tomb for Tulane Cancer Center carjacking

Armando Marin, Online News Editor
March 13
Filed under Crime, News, Online Features

5:13 p.m. Update:New Orleans Police Department arrested 20-year-old Karl Jackson in connection with the carjacking that occurred Friday morning.The carjacked BMW was equipped with a tracking device that led officers to the intersection of North Villere and Conti streets, according to an NOPD press r...

One Wave program’s impact compromised by lack of publicity

Emily Carmichael, Associate Views Editor
March 11
Filed under Online Features, Views

The following is an opinion article, and opinion articles do not reflect the views of The Tulane HullabalooThe Tulane Office of Violence Prevention and Support Services made a step in the right direction last semester with the launch of One Wave, a bystander intervention program. Even with this positive move...

Junior Sarah Hostetler wins Associated Student Body election

Junior Sarah Hostetler wins Associated Student Body election

Armando Marin, Online News Editor
March 7
Filed under News, Online Features, USG

Students have selected junior Sarah Hostetler to serve as the Associated Student Body President for the 2015-16 academic year. According to data from the ASB Elections Committee, Hostetler received 50.51 percent of the vote with 344 votes. Her opponent, junior Nicole Kang, received 275 votes, 40.38 ...

University should hire historian to cement link with French ancestory

Kevin Young, Staff Writer
March 4
Filed under Online Features, Views

The following is an opinion piece, and does not reflect the views of the Tulane HullabalooTulane University's Department of History has a wide array of scholars, studying areas from Medieval Europe to Colonial America, and Modern China to Africa. Tulane, however, unlike most elite research universities...

NOPD arrests three men for pointing guns at Tulane students

Armando Marin, Online News Editor
March 2
Filed under Crime, News, Online Features

New Orleans Police Department arrested three men for pointing guns at two Tulane students and firing their guns while riding in a pickup truck around 2:30 a.m. Sunday near the intersection of Freret and Broadway streets.Nicholas Ebright, 21; Mark Maunoir, 19; and Jude West, 22 were charged with two c...

Update: Three students running for Associated Student Body President

Update: Three students running for Associated Student Body President

Armando Marin, Online News Editor
February 27
Filed under News, Online Features, USG

Two undergraduate students, junior Nicole Kang and sophomore Brian Nakhaimousa, are running for the position of Associated Student Body President. Elections will be held Tuesday and Wednesday. All undergraduate and graduate students are eligible to vote at vote.tulane.edu.ASB is the organization whi...

Two Tulane students steal letter from Loyola University’s front sign

Armando Marin, Online News Editor
February 13
Filed under Crime, News, Online Features

Two female Tulane students are facing pending criminal charges by Loyola University New Orleans Police Department for stealing a letter ‘O’ from the Loyola sign at the front of their campus around 10 p.m. Thursday.Tulane University Police Department responded to a call and apprehended both suspects near Richardson B...

TUPD’s increased jurisdiction raises concerns among students of color

Elias Garcia, Contributing Writer
February 9
Filed under Online Features, Views

The following is an opinion article, and does not reflect the views of The Tulane Hullabaloo.The Tulane University Police Department and the New Orleans Police Department formalized a previously oral agreement between the two police forces codifying an increased jurisdiction for TUPD officers. The a...

Tulane should advertise gender-neutral housing options

Kevin Young, Staff Writer
February 4
Filed under Online Features, Views

The following is an opinion article and opinion articles do not reflect the views of The Tulane Hullabaloo.Tulane University has a five-star rating with Campus Pride for its pro-LGBT policies and environment, and is nestled within one of the world's gayest cities. Like other elite universities, but ...

Closing cemetery to tourists will damage industry

Hannah Orr, Staff Writer
February 3
Filed under Online Features, Views

The following is an opinion article and opinion articles do not reflect the views of The Tulane Hullabaloo.St. Louis No. 1 cemetery, one of the oldest cemeteries in New Orleans, may be closed to visiting tourists who are not part of a tour group beginning March 1. This decision may bring negative re...

Comedian Maya Rudolph named 2015 commencement speaker

Thomas O'Brien, Managing Editor
January 30
Filed under News, Online Features

Comedian and actress Maya Rudolph will give the keynote address at Tulane University's 2015 Commencement, President Michael Fitts announced in an email Friday. Rudolph first rose to fame as a cast-member on "Saturday Night Live." She has also appeared in films such as "Bridesmaids," "Away We Go" and...

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