Julia Prager-Hessel worked for MSNBC this summer in the breaking news political unit.
The political climate on Tulane’s campus is largely the result of rumor and generalized personality traits. You’re probably familiar with the stereotypes. Those in the business school are more conservative, those in liberal arts are liberal, and those in architecture and science and engineering are too busy to think about it.
As a school consisting largely of students from New York, California and “Chicago,” the upcoming election for Governor of Louisiana may not have had a pervasive presence in the general student psyche. The election is in two weeks, so here’s what you may have missed.