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At Tulane, students from Louisiana number few compared to their out-of-state peers. Admissions is fighting to fix that.

‘Completely different culture’: Tulane’s in-state recruiting riddle

Martha Sanchez, News Editor April 27, 2022

Lindsey DuBose is an outlier. She is from New Iberia, a small city deep in Louisiana Cajun Country known for its bayous and Tabasco-brand hot sauce. Few of its young citizens take the two-hour drive...

Protestors marched through campus to Gibson Hall on Earth Day to protest Tulanes investment in fossil fuels.

Students protest Tulane fossil fuel dependency

Olivia Warren, Staff Reporter April 27, 2022

On Friday, April 22, Tulane University students gathered in an Earth Day march and teach-in to protest Tulane’s investments in fossil fuels. The protest continues a long history of students calling...

campus health leaders

After leadership changes, turmoil, Campus Health seeks input

Rohan Goswami, News Editor April 20, 2022

Last year was tumultuous for Tulane University Campus Health, marked by two separate accusations of an abusive work environment, possible violations of federal patient privacy law and ultimately the...

USG establishes rebuilding coalition after contentious year

USG establishes rebuilding coalition after contentious year

Mercedes Ohlen, Staff Reporter April 20, 2022

After several contentious elections and accusations of racism, sexism and homophobia from members of the student body, Tulane University Undergraduate Student Government decided against elections this...

The group gathered on the steps of McAlister auditorium.

At rally, vigil: ‘Glory to Ukraine’

Martha Sanchez, News Editor April 18, 2022

  They came in blue and yellow — their ribbons, their soccer jerseys, their dyed hair. They wore shirts that read “stop the war.” Some draped themselves in their suffering nation’s...

Human Rights Watch published an account detailing Russias war crimes during their invasion of Ukraine.

Russia guilty of war crimes, human rights group says

Martha Sanchez, News Editor April 16, 2022

Content Warning: The following article contains subject matter pertaining to violence and sexual violence.   The group Human Rights Watch published an account of Russia’s “apparent war...

Keenan is one of hundreds of academics nationwide who signed a letter demanding their universities stop accepting funds from fossil-fuel companies to conduct research on climate change.

Tulane professor signs letter opposing fossil fuel money for research

Rohan Goswami, News Editor April 15, 2022

Tulane University’s location in New Orleans — the former heartland of oil and gas extraction in the United States — has long benefitted the institution when it comes to fundraising, donations...

Tulane entrepreneurship hub to launch late 2022

Tulane entrepreneurship hub to launch late 2022

Rohan Goswami, News Editor April 15, 2022

Tulane University announced on the morning of Wednesday, April 13 the imminent opening of an in-house technology and startup accelerator, the Tulane Innovation Institute, which will begin operations...

A home lies in ruins in Arabi after a devastating tornado touched down Tuesday evening.

Arabi tornado relief continues without FEMA aid

Martha Sanchez, News Editor April 15, 2022

Arabi relief efforts continue after an EF3 tornado pounded the area last month. The disaster’s reach, however, is not big enough to receive Federal Emergency Management Agency aid.    Instead,...

Tulane annual Tech Day returns

Tulane annual Tech Day returns

Mercedes Ohlen, Staff Reporter April 15, 2022

Tulane University’s annual Tech Day event returned Wednesday, April 13, marking the growing importance of digital literacy for colleges and universities.    The event was hosted by Tulane...

New Orleans crime

Two wounded in weekend shooting near Xavier

Martha Sanchez, News Editor April 14, 2022

Two men were shot near Xavier University on the night of April 9, yet another incident of violence to the local community in a weekend scarred by shootings across the city.    The men were...

Tulane professor Amy Gajda publishes book on privacy

Tulane professor Amy Gajda publishes book on privacy

Martha Sanchez, News Editor April 14, 2022

Tulane law professor Amy Gajda’s book, “Seek and Hide: The Tangled History of the Right to Privacy” published April 12 and discusses privacy rights in a world that is only becoming more digital.    The...

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