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Newcomb Art Museum paints new perspective on cultural issues

Emily Fornof, Intersections Editor

June 7, 2017

Filed under Features, Intersections

Art speaks across all different cultures and societies — contemporary art across the prominent issues of the time. Recently, issues revolving around race and politics have been given space in the Newcomb Art Museum on Tulane's ...

Divisiveness does not equate to freedom of speech

Madeline Ninno, Staff Writer

June 7, 2017

Filed under No Photo, Views

As increasing political tensions proliferate college campuses, the debate over the limitations on free speech has become more heated. These debates have even sparked protests and violent conflicts at some universities. While...

No shortage of controversy, comedy in Bill Maher performance

Matthew Philips, Staff Reporter

March 24, 2017

Filed under Arcade, NOLA

One of the most popular debates in 2017 concerns the tension between political correctness and free speech. As this polarization grows, political satire has seen a sharp increase in popularity. For many on both sides of the...

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 citize...

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