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USG votes to fund all multicultural student orgs

USG votes to fund all multicultural student orgs

Martha Sanchez, News Editor April 27, 2022

Tulane University Undergraduate Student Government voted to fully fund all multicultural registered student organizations on campus this week at the final session of the 24th Senate.    The...

Paulo Goes has been in the dean’s office at Freeman for over a semester now.

Dean Goes focuses on success, diversity at Freeman

Alexandra Halfon, Staff Writer April 27, 2022

Paulo Goes is driven by the search for knowledge. Originally from Brazil, this drive has taken him to the United States and institutions like the University of Rochester and the University of Connecticut.    Now,...

The Boot Bar & Grille in a stock photograph.

Man fires gun into air after being denied entry to Boot

Martha Sanchez, News Editor April 17, 2022

A man tried to enter The Boot Bar and Grill in the early morning of March 25, was denied entry and walked into the Howard-Tilton Memorial Library rear parking lot and fired a pistol into the air, a...

610 Stompers prepare to mount the steps of the Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life. They gave an energetic performance for students attending the 11th annual Crawfest.

Crawfest is back

Rohan Goswami, News Editor April 14, 2022

Tulanians have at least one silver lining to look forward to as finals descend — although it might be more appropriate to call it a red lining.    For the first time since 2019, Tulane...

The anti-abortion art installation on campus.

Tulane’s Right to Life club holds anti-abortion demonstration

Olivia Warren, Staff Reporter April 14, 2022

On April 12, Tulane University’s Right to Life club held a demonstration on the Academic Quad protesting abortion-access laws.  The demonstration, called “They’re Human, Too,” included a large...


Two suits filed to prevent Louisiana redistricting

Rohan Goswami, News Editor March 30, 2022

Two separate civil rights lawsuits were filed against Louisiana Secretary of State Kyle Ardoin seeking injunctive relief to halt the implementation of a controversial redistricting plan, Louisiana House...

A home lies destroyed in Arabi.

Tornado wreaks havoc on neighboring Arabi, Lower Ninth Ward

Rohan Goswami and Jude Papillion March 23, 2022

Mere hours after at least one tornado formed and moved across New Orleans’ Lower Ninth Ward and into neighboring St. Bernard Parish, first responders from across the New Orleans metropolitan area were...

A man enjoys some height at a November 2021 second line in Bywater, on St. Claude Avenue.

Cantrell puts second lines on notice

Hannah Levitan, Associate News Editor March 18, 2022

Less than a week after Mardi Gras, the City of New Orleans announced new restrictions on the size of Social Aid and Pleasure Club second lines. The ordinance has been in place for years, and it restricts...

Sparks fly from a downed power line in connection to the garage fire around 11 p.m. Saturday night near Clara and Nashville.

Downtown COVID-19 testing briefly suspended after power outage

Martha Sanchez, News Editor March 17, 2022

Around 10,000 Entergy customers in New Orleans lost power when an animal damaged equipment at the Derbigny substation on March 9. The culprit was probably a bird, Entergy said.   Tulane...

A photograph of the reference desk on the ground floor of Howard-Tilton Memorial Library.

Tulane librarians underpaid, administrators acknowledge

Rohan Goswami, News Editor March 16, 2022

Tulane University librarians are underpaid relative to peer institutions and national rates, administrators said at a university Senate meeting on March  7. This assessment aligns with responses to...

A sign advertising the New Orleans Book Festival hangs over McAlister Place.

Book Festival featured world-famous authors, discussions

Anna Larsen, Staff Reporter March 16, 2022

After a two-year delay due to COVID-19 cancellations, hundreds gathered at The New Orleans Book Festival at Tulane University to hear Tulane faculty and authors from around the country.   The...

Piping inside of the power plant on Tulane Universitys Uptown campus.

Bernhard promises dramatic utility improvements for Tulane

Roey Keegan, Contributing Reporter March 16, 2022

On Jan. 27, Tulane University announced a partnership with Metairie-based engineering and contracting firm Bernhard — a 30-year plan for large-scale improvements to campus infrastructure, alongside a...

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