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In Earshot: Bangers to gatekeep, gaslight, girlboss to

Grace Pearson-Thompson, Arcade Editor September 15, 2021   We’re all fresh off the high of  “hot girl summer” — gender-inclusive, of course. That looks different...

Jazz impresario George Wein at the Newport Folk Fest in 2012.

Celebrating Jazz Fest mastermind George Wein

Lily Mae Lazarus, Managing Editor September 15, 2021

  George Wein, jazz pianist and pioneer of the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival died Sept. 13 at the age of 95. The impresario’s legacy helped jazz music become what it is today in...

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How to stay prepared during hurricane season

Mary Grace Granito, Contributing Reporter September 15, 2021

I am writing this informative guide as I sit in my family’s cramped 2010 Sienna minivan driving to Houston. It is Saturday morning, barely 48 hours after Hurricane Ida crept onto our weather radar....

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Ida relief: Where to donate and volunteer

Meredith Abdelnour, Arcade Editor September 15, 2021

While it has now been over two weeks since Hurricane Ida hit Louisiana, the impacts of the storm remain in the community. Many were left without power for weeks or had their homes destroyed. Although...

Holly’s Declassified Tulane Survival Guide

Holly’s Declassified Tulane Survival Guide

Holly Haney, Contributing Reporter August 26, 2021

Tulane University Class of 2025, I am going to level with you here. I started at Tulane in the fall of 2019 and for several unprecedented reasons I refuse to get into, no two semesters have looked...

Jazz Fest Crowd in 2014. Courtesy of New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival & Foundation, Inc.

Cancellations dampen hopes for festival season

Meredith Abdelnour, Arcade Editor August 26, 2021

Festival season, usually a time for joy, live music and large crowds, has been postponed once again. After the pandemic shut down the world in the spring of 2020, many festivals were rescheduled and...

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Local’s guide to navigating New Orleans cuisine

Zachary Schultz, Contributing Reporter August 26, 2021

New Orleans is the cultural cornerstone of Louisiana and perhaps even the entire South. The city’s offerings are unique and vast, boasting jazz music, an alcohol-embracing environment like no other...

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In Earshot: Albums of the summer

Grace Pearson-Thompson, Arcade Editor August 26, 2021

Every summer without fail, there’s an unspoken battle — especially between pop musicians — between potential songs of the summer. Because of COVID-related delays in music releases, listeners...

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Comedian Andrew Collin reflects on time at Tulane

Abe Messing, Staff Reporter May 6, 2021

In fall 2019, 2002 Tulane graduate Andrew Collin, host of the podcast “Puddles,” returned to campus as a stand-up comedian with friend and host of The Nikki Glaser podcast, Nikki Glaser. Before...

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Fashion needs to slow down

Meredith Abdelnour, Arcade Editor April 28, 2021

Flimsy tie-front sweaters, Bridgerton-esque corsets, tennis skirts — fashion trends this year came in and out of the public consciousness in the blink of an eye, the usual speed of the trend cycle...

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In Earshot: Underrated songs from your favorites

Grace Pearson-Thompson, Contributing Reporter April 21, 2021

We all know Lizzo, Mac Miller, Hozier — the big names in music. Whether they have been big names in the industry for years or they are rising artists taking this awards season by storm, these artists...

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New Orleans Poetry Festival brings poetry to all

Meredith Abdelnour, Arcade Editor April 11, 2021

The New Orleans Poetry Festival was created in 2016 by Megan Burns and Bill Lavender when they decided there were not enough literary events focused on poetry. The festival, which is by and for poets,...

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