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Ian Faul elected next Hullabaloo Editor-in-Chief

Ian Faul is the incoming editor-in-chief of the Tulane Hullabaloo. (Courtesy Ian Faul)

The Tulane Hullabaloo has elected sophomore Ian Faul to serve as editor-in-chief for the 2024-2025 school year. Faul is studying psychology and philosophy and is also a neuroscience research assistant and a piano player in Tulane’s jazz ensemble.

Faul will follow senior Gabi Liebeler as editor-in-chief.

Faul was the Arcade Editor alongside Max Handler for the 2023-2024 school year on The Hullabaloo. There, Faul learned how to form relationships with writers. “Whenever I was a writer, we didn’t really have that. It was a post-COVID world,” Faul said. “So I really made it one of my goals to meet everyone involved in the section, and I think that made it a much more fun and productive environment.”

Before his position as Arcade Editor, Faul was an associate editor and writer in the Arcade section. “Writing for the arts and culture section of the college paper felt like a natural extension of my involvement in the arts previously,” Faul said. “During my childhood, I was always doing music, and I did theater as well.”

As editor-in-chief, Faul plans to expand the multimedia presence of the Hullabaloo and its areas of content coverage. “I would like to add a new section to make The Hullabaloo as reflective as possible of the diversity of Tulane’s communities,” he said.

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