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Results of Czech elections mirror U.S., demonstrate global frustrations

Cadence Neenan, Staff Writer

October 30, 2017

On Friday, the people of the Czech Republic went to the polls and overwhelmingly elected billionaire-turned-politician Andrej Babiš as Czech prime minister.If the phrase “billionaire-turned-politician...

To combat sexual harassment, men must hold peers accountable

Pratiksha Parulekar, Associate Views Editor

October 25, 2017

Harvey Weinstein's name has been prominent in the media for the last couple of weeks after a multitude of women came forward to accuse him of sexual misconduct. While there was overwhelming support for his alleged victims, many high-profile act...

Tulane School of Architecture develops new programs, designs addition for Howard-Tilton

Robin Boch, Senior Staff Reporter

October 24, 2017

Tulane's School of Architecture is relatively small with less than 300 students but has recently become more nationally recognized and has developed a number of new programs. These new opportunities for stu...

Queue: Holiday x Rom-com classics

Queue: Holiday x Rom-com classics

Taylor DeMulling, Senior Staff Reporter

December 7, 2017

Tulane students launch line of “Sarabi” cosmetics

Emma Brick-Hezeau, Sophie Brams, and Cynthia Jin

December 6, 2017

On any given Tuesday afternoon, most Tulane students are in class, studying, eating lunch or catching up on sleep. This was not the case for senior Brittney Braddock and junior Tayla Moore, who described how they spent a recent Tuesday afternoon preparing to table for their company, Sarabi Cosmetics, at the Black Student Business Expo in the Lavern-Bernick Center for University Life."Because we...

Sex trafficking poses threat to community, students

Sanjali De Silva and Megan Plotka

December 6, 2017

Freshman Clare Maus grew up in a city but was still taken aback by the lively and unique nightlife in New Orleans.She remembers that her first few times in the French Quarter left her astounded by the abundance of drunkards and tourists prowling the street. But what she said really made her feel far from home on Bourbon Street was a toxic sexual energy that filled the air."I mean especially ...

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Queue: Holiday x Rom-com classics

Taylor DeMulling, Senior Staff Reporter

December 7, 2017

It all began in 2003. An all-star cast of Brits some known for their natural predilection to romantic comedies, others for their wit and a few purely for their A-list appeal, was assembled to revolutionize the rom-com genre. When "Love Actually", a film that follows a number of separate storylines to tell the touching, tender tales of love during the holiday season, hit theaters, the genre, nay, t...

Hip Hop Nutcracker dazzles with new twist on old classic

Julia Ferro, Staff Reporter

December 7, 2017

For better or for worse, the end of Thanksgiving has ushered in the holiday season. This means twinkling lights, ABC’s 25 Days of Christmas and, most importantly, music. Some of the most famous Christmas songs come from Tchaikovsky's instantly recognizable The Nutcracker.The ballet premiered in 1892 and is a long-standing Christmas tradition. Though you may not know the name of individual songs, ma...

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Latina Actress, Diane Guerrero, shares perspective on immigration

November 29, 2017

"I kind of understood that I had a responsibility with my storytelling," actress Diane Guerrero said. "In order for any of this to be worth it or for any of this to feel good, I had to tell stories." Guerrero reflected on being a child of undocumented immigrants Monday in Tulane University's McAlister Auditorium.Guerrero is an American actress best known for her roles in "Orange is the New Bla...

One more Panamanian girl

November 17, 2017

I am a Panamanian teacher in the United States to study a language program for eight weeks at Tulane University in New Orleans. My colleagues and I are from the Republic of Panama, a Central American country. Our government has sent us abroad to improve our English speaking and teaching techniques.The name of this program is Panama Bilingüe, and it was started in 2015 under current President Juan Carlos Varela ...

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Madeline Ninno, Staff Writer

December 6, 2017

Tulane will announce the winner of its Nitrogen Reduction Challenge on Dec. 14. This contest is the first Tulane Grand Challenge Prize and represents the university's dedication to playing a larger, positive role in the community of New Orleans and the state of Louisiana. By encouraging innovation through a monetary incentive, the contest could be an be excellent model for future projects aimed at s...

Lily Milwit, Editor-in-Chief

December 6, 2017

For the first issue of The Hullabaloo's 113th volume last June, I wrote my very first Letter from the Editor introducing you, our readers, to me, our staff and our goals.In that letter, I recapped the Editor-in-Chief platform on which I ran in April, which focused on the idea of transcendence, or pushing beyond the ordinary limits of something. I outlined my goals to push The Hullabaloo beyond the ordinary lim...

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From the Basement: “Indisputable video evidence” no longer a viable excuse for blown calls

Susan Fanelli, Staff Writer

December 6, 2017

Tulane fans saw their dreams of going to a bowl game for the first time since the 2013 New Orleans Bowl dashed when junior quarterback Jonathan Banks was seemingly brought down on the 1-yard line by a Southern Methodist University defender, stopping the Wave comeback — literally — inches short on Nov. 24.The response on social media was instantaneous. Tulane fans in addition to those who casua...

Tulane Track and Field team starts strong with successful season opener

Carrigan English, Associate Editor

December 6, 2017

The Tulane track and field team made a strong statement in the meet commencing its indoor season last weekend, setting the tone for the season to come.  Members of the women's team set personal records at the Birmingham-Southern College Panther Icebreaker, with junior Rebekah Markel placing first in the pole vault finals. Junior Jessica Duckett placed second overall in the 60m hurdles and fifth in ...

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Student newspaper serving Tulane University, Uptown New Orleans
Student newspaper serving Tulane University, Uptown New Orleans