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The Tulane Hullabaloo

Sarah Simon
Sarah Simon is a sophomore and one of the current Views Editors of The Hullabaloo. She studies political science and psychology. She joined The Hullabaloo during Summer Journalism Experience her freshman year and became the Associate Views Editor soon after. Sarah particularly enjoys writing about politics, LGBTQ+ issues and race. In her free time, Sarah enjoys napping, perusing New Orleans bookstores and befriending dogs.

Sarah Simon, Views Editor

Apr 27, 2017
Consumer choices fund unethical corporations (Story)
Mar 16, 2017
Buffy slays, remains relevant 20 years after airing (Story)
Feb 11, 2017
Angel Olsen showcases newest album, performs for first time in city (Story)
Feb 03, 2017
Angel Olsen to promote “My Woman” at upcoming Republic show (Story)
Dec 08, 2016
McKnight shooting exposes police violence (Story)
Nov 20, 2016
Student activism catalyzes societal change (Story)
Nov 02, 2016
2016 election requires voter participation (Story)
Oct 26, 2016
Your faves are problematic, not irredeemable (Story)
Oct 19, 2016
Libertarian platform incompatible with executive role (Story)
Sep 28, 2016
Clinton displays positive leadership tactics despite mainstream media criticism (Story)
Sep 21, 2016
Mental health care falls short at Tulane (Story)
Aug 31, 2016
LGBTQQIA* community needs sober spaces (Story)
Aug 24, 2016
Stanford’s new alcohol policy encourages harmful norms (Story)
May 11, 2016
Louisiana anti-abortion bills prove harmful to women (Story)
Apr 17, 2016
CelebrASIAN Week reinforces need for positive, diverse representation (Story)
Apr 06, 2016
More than visibility needed for transgender community (Story)
Mar 09, 2016
Confederate History Month does not merit celebration (Story)
Mar 02, 2016
Solution to US prison problem on it’s way (Story)
Feb 24, 2016
Feminists: It’s okay to vote for Hillary (Story)
Feb 17, 2016
TU recruitment campaign too focused on partying (Story)
Jan 27, 2016
Club moratorium offers protection for sex workers (Story)
Jan 13, 2016
Monument removal marks positive direction for city (Story)
Nov 18, 2015
Transgender rights still stagnant (Story)
Nov 04, 2015
Revised food subsidy policy harms livelihoods (Story)
Oct 28, 2015
Drawn-out campaigns shut out potential candidates, costs billions (Story)
Oct 21, 2015
Consequences of rape culture in media must not be dismissed (Story)
Oct 20, 2015
New campus-wide policy allows transgender students to be recognized (Story)
Oct 07, 2015
Pride Month continues to fight persistent homophobia (Story)
Sep 30, 2015
Bernie Sanders the best candidate for millennials (Story)
Sep 27, 2015
Campaigning, programming essential to bisexual pride success (Story)
Sep 23, 2015
St. Roch’s Market strives for inclusion, despite criticism (Story)
Sep 16, 2015
Bill Nye rallies for environmental sustainability (Story)
Sep 02, 2015
Sex Signals program brings awareness to freshman class (Story)
Aug 26, 2015
FEMA funds used improperly (Story)
Aug 19, 2015
Tulane should address symbols of Confederate past (Story)
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