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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...

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Tulane hosts second annual Louisiana Sexual Assault Student Activist Awareness Conference

Tulane hosts second annual Louisiana Sexual Assault Student Activist Awareness Conference

Sophia Mariani, Staff Reporter

November 22, 2017

In the early morning of Oct. 28, students, administrators and members of the New Orleans community piled into the Lavin-Bernick Center of University Life to speak out against sexual violence on college campuses.Tulane University was hosting the second annual Louisiana Sexual Assault Student Activist Awareness Conference. From 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., speakers, students and faculty showed up for the 10-...

Bob Schieffer, H. Andrew Schwartz examine issue of fake news, media overload

Bob Schieffer, H. Andrew Schwartz examine issue of fake news, media overload

Jonathon Marks and Cynthia Jin

November 22, 2017

In a world in which people are constantly bombarded by information, it can be difficult to determine what is actually true. In his book "Overload: Finding the Truth in Today's Deluge of News," Bob Schieffer, television journalist and former host of 'Face the Nation,' explores the problems associated with fake news and informs readers on how to spot false reporting.Schieffer sat down with co-author ...

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Celebrate Mental Health Festival enjoys third successful run

Celebrate Mental Health Festival enjoys third successful run

Bhumika Shirole and Daria Hofmann

November 21, 2017

After a week of pushing for the destigmatization of mental illness, Celebrate Mental Health concluded its campaign last Saturday, with the annual Celebrate Mental Health Festival. With another year of the festival came another year of bustling attendees, booths and performances.Organized by the National Alliance for Mental Illness, the event united a diverse range of students and clubs on campus....

Tulane student musicians discuss new single in Arcade Q&A

Tulane student musicians discuss new single in Arcade Q&A

Burke Joslin, Associate Arcade Editor

November 21, 2017

Tulane students Josh Mosier and TJ Washington recently published the genre-bending single, "Whatchu Need," on SoundCloud and Spotify. The duo has several upcoming performances, including a Nov. 30 gig at The Dragon's Den. Mosier recently performed individually at Gasa Gasa, opening for pop singer Zealyn.Burke Joslin: You guys released a new single on SoundCloud recently, right? Is that the first song y...

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One more Panamanian girl

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 ...

How HBCUs “Come Together”: black colleges and universities offer a different Homecoming experience

How HBCUs “Come Together”: black colleges and universities offer a different Homecoming experience

November 9, 2017

"In the days leading up to homecoming, the atmosphere on campus is marked by intense anticipation," Edward Wiggins, a sophomore at Xavier University of New Orleans, said. "All of the students are preparing to slay in their nicest outfits." Wiggins described an average week before Homecoming at Xavier, a historically black university fewer than two miles away from Tulane's Uptown campus.The first of...

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Letter to the Editor: By not banning the box, Tulane perpetuates inequality

November 18, 2017

This week, Tulane's student government heard a proposal to "Ban the Box" on undergraduate admission applications, a move that would follow Louisiana's new law not to ask applicants if they have been convicted of a crime until after admission — unless it were a sexual assault or stalking. Despite strong arguments in favor, some students expressed concerns that if Tulane Admission can't ask this question,...

New NOLA bike share program promises plethora of benefits

New NOLA bike share program promises plethora of benefits

Madeline Ninno, Staff Writer

November 15, 2017

Mayor Mitch Landrieu's office announced that New Orleans's new bike-share program will start next month, achieving a goal he has been vocal about since 2010. By actively involving the population of New Orleans in the development of this project, planners are creating an opportunity for residents to improve the health of the planet and the well-being of their community. Tulane students will also be able to take advantage of th...

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Tulane pulls off late win over Houston to remain in bowl contention

Daniel Marguiles, Contributing Reporter

November 19, 2017

Tulane Football defeated Houston 20-17 to advance to 5-6 on the season and keep its bowl hopes alive.After an initial touchback, Tulane quickly picked up a first down after a strike from junior quarterback Jonathan Banks to junior wide receiver Terren Encalade. However, that was all the Green Wave could muster for the first drive. Tulane would punt on the next set of downs and after an initial...

Tulane trounces Colorado State in first game of Jamaica Classic

Shea Dobson, Sports Editor

November 17, 2017

Tulane traveled to Montego Bay this Friday to play the first game of the Jamaica Classic. A 3.5 point underdog going into the game, Tulane left the stadium with a massive win over the Colorado State Rams, the strongest team the Wave has faced this season.The game started quickly for Tulane, taking a 20-2 lead to begin the game. The Green Wave scored the first nine points, and the Rams scored only ...

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