Student newspaper serving Tulane University, Uptown New Orleans

The Tulane Hullabaloo

Kathryne LeBell
A Virgo sun and Aquarius moon, Kathryne LeBell is a senior from New Orleans and Jefferson, Texas. They are currently studying economics and international development and are serving as one of the Views Editors for the second year in a row. Some of their casual interests include alternatives to capitalism, food security and internet culture. Kathryne plans to use their degrees to save the world and, if that fails, found a queer utopia in the forests of Iceland with their rabbit Cosmo as the national mascot. They could probably beat you in Monopoly and can definitely name more constellations than you.

Kathryne LeBell, Views Editor

Feb 23, 2017
Queue: Netflix Original Thriller Series (Story)
Feb 08, 2017
Polyamory is a valid form of love (Story)
Feb 01, 2017
Risk of internet surveillance increases under President Trump (Story)
Feb 01, 2017
WaveCrush Wednesday: Autumn Gibbons (Story)
Jan 24, 2017
Environmental racism hurts small Louisiana town (Story)
Dec 08, 2016
Louisiana senate runoff nationally important (Story)
Nov 16, 2016
Americans must acknowledge Thanksgiving’s racist origin (Story)
Nov 09, 2016
Louisiana politics remain dynamic following Election Day (Story)
Oct 19, 2016
Black women lack political representation (Story)
Oct 05, 2016
USG Updates – Oct. 4 Meeting (Story)
Sep 28, 2016
Floods, big business risk Louisiana farms (Story)
Sep 14, 2016
Pokemon Go harms local economies (Story)
Aug 24, 2016
Letter From the Views Editor: Calling for conservative voices (Story)
May 11, 2016
Governor Edward’s proposed cuts to school vouchers could benefit low-income students (Story)
Apr 13, 2016
Civic engagement key to sustaining budget (Story)
Apr 05, 2016
Fixing homeless problem requires respect, humanity (Story)
Mar 16, 2016
Education cuts not correct solution to budget defecit (Story)
Mar 11, 2016
Kendrick Lamar’s ‘untitled, unmastered.’ creates cohesion amid chaos (Story)
Feb 24, 2016
Women’s health suffers under clinic closures (Story)
Feb 17, 2016
Beyoncé: political, powerful, and black (Story)
Jan 27, 2016
Uptown campus must pursue better energy-saving options (Story)
Jan 13, 2016
Warm winter serves as reminder of changing climate (Story)
Dec 02, 2015
Brain Waves: Letter from the Editor (Story)
Nov 11, 2015
Israel-Palestine conflict more than blue and red (Story)
Nov 04, 2015
Public focus required to correct Louisiana’s 66 percent gender wage gap (Story)
Nov 03, 2015
Queue: Strong Black Women (Story)
Oct 28, 2015
Halloween costumes: culturally appropriative, not creative (Story)
Oct 21, 2015
One year later, campus smoke-free policy shows results (Story)
Oct 09, 2015
Adult Swim drive-in excels in weirdness, quality (Story)
Sep 23, 2015
Jindal’s inaction restricts the freedom of Louisiana residents (Story)
Sep 16, 2015
Safe spaces for women must be preserved on campus (Story)
Sep 02, 2015
Queue – ’90s Edition (Story)
Sep 02, 2015
Seeking a more trans positive campus culture (Story)
Aug 26, 2015
New Orleans black population still displaced (Story)
Aug 26, 2015
Continued loss of coastal land risks natural disaster (Story)
Aug 19, 2015
In the new school year, all eyes are on Fitts (Story)
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