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University braces for Hurricane Ida

Domenic Mesa, News Editor August 29, 2021

The Tulane University administration quickly responded with a slew of emails upon learning of the ensuing strength of Hurricane Ida. In an Aug. 28 news conference, Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards...

Tulane minimum wage change signals progress

Tulane minimum wage change signals progress

Rohan Goswami, Associate News Editor August 25, 2021

Tulane University moved to increase employee minimum wage to $15 an hour from $10.28 by Oct. 1, as part of a broader effort to “honor the critical and essential role our workforce plays in creating,...

Tulane professor tied to pro-Confederate groups

Tulane professor tied to pro-Confederate groups

Rohan Goswami and Domenic Mesa April 29, 2021

According to an investigation conducted by The Tulane Hullabaloo, Richard Marksbury, dean emeritus and current associate professor, has affiliations with pro-Confederate monument groups.  As of 2017,...

Photo of Tulane Hullabaloo Editor-in-Chief Maiya Tate

The Hullabaloo elects Maiya Tate as new editor-in-chief

Abe Messing, Contributing Reporter April 29, 2021

At the end of this semester, junior Maiya Tate will become editor-in-chief of The Hullabaloo. Tate has previously served as a copy editor, recruitment chair and personnel director for the paper — positions...

Tulane Greek organizations face hazing allegations

Tulane Greek organizations face hazing allegations

Domenic Mesa, News Editor April 29, 2021

Tulane Greek organizations continue to be under scrutiny as TUPD investigates allegations of hazing. Earlier this semester, six Greek organizations were placed on interim suspension due to non-compliance...

Teen Court empowering at-risk juveniles in New Orleans

Teen Court empowering at-risk juveniles in New Orleans

Domenic Mesa, News Editor April 15, 2021

Teen Court is an intervention program offering alternative solutions to youth that have been charged with status offenses or other non-violent misdemeanor crimes, such as criminal trespassing or criminal...

Mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations not confirmed by Tulane

Mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations not confirmed by Tulane

Domenic Mesa, News Editor April 15, 2021

Many universities have announced they will be mandating COVID-19 vaccinations this upcoming fall as a safety measure for returning students. Cornell University, Duke University and Notre Dame are among...

USG continues reckoning with anti-Blackness at 13th senate

USG continues reckoning with anti-Blackness at 13th senate

Haley Soares, Senior Staff Reporter April 9, 2021

This Tuesday, April 6, Undergraduate Student Government held the 13th session of the 23rd Senate. This senate meeting was centered around conversations of radical, revolutionary change within the organization...

FULLABALOO | Tulane administration to reopen City Diner

FULLABALOO | Tulane administration to reopen City Diner

Domenic Strecker, No Relation to Mike Strecker March 25, 2021

After much deliberation among the Tulane administration, President Mike Fitts unilaterally decided to move ahead with plans to reopen the student hearth of Tulane, City Diner.  Students were met with...

Tulane students look for love through Marriage Pact

Tulane students look for love through Marriage Pact

Caroline Latta, Staff Reporter March 25, 2021

The Marriage Pact, a student-run organization at colleges across the U.S, launched this week at Tulane. The Marriage Pact was started by two undergraduates in 2017 at Stanford University, where they designed...

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Students elect first all-female USG executive board

Domenic Mesa, News Editor March 21, 2021

The Undergraduate Student Government Executive Board election concluded Friday, March 19, after a runoff vote between the two front-runners for president, Mia Harris and Jamie Roa. The preliminary vote...

Crane on Bruff construction site

Crane on Bruff construction site sparks meme account

Mercedes Ohlen, Staff Reporter March 17, 2021

Following the ongoing construction project for two new student dormitories on the former site of the Bruff Commons, Tulane students have taken a liking to the large red crane on the site.  An Instagram...

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