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Performers take to the streets at the Bayou Classic Thanksgiving Day Parade on Canal St.

Bayou Classic boasts big turnout

Lauren Gaines, Associate Editor December 2, 2016

This Thanksgiving weekend, attendees of the Mercedes-Benz Superdome witnessed everything from the entire stadium swag surfing, to election satire, to musical tributes to Chance the Rapper and Aaliyah,...

November Project participants step up fitness routine

Emily Carmichael and Caroline Luetkemeyer December 1, 2016

In a city known for its love of drinking and community, it makes sense that an exercise group centered on community and started in a bar has made its way to New Orleans. The November Project is...

Celebration in the Oaks is an annual event that runs from Nov. 25 through the end of the year in City Park. This seasons celebration marks 30 years of festivities that appeal to both locals and tourists alike.

Celebration in the Oaks lights up New Orleans holiday season

Jordan Figueredo, Senior Staff Reporter December 1, 2016

Cotton-headed ninny muggins rejoice, the holiday season is officially upon us. City Park's annual holiday festival, Celebration in the Oaks, has begun now that everyone has eaten their weight in turkey...

Restaurants like Seed and many others around the city aim to make delicious vegan food, including recreations of typically non-vegan options, accessible to a wider audience. 

Veganism finds place in New Orleans food scene

Parker Greenwood, Associate Arcade Editor December 1, 2016

Approximately one percent of the United States' population consists of vegans, meaning there are 3.7 million people out there forced to scour menus for an option that fits their needs, and frantically...

Energy Conservation Infographic

Students speak for energy conservation through Unplugged

Alexa Christianson, Staff Writer November 30, 2016

The students involved in the Tulane Unplugged energy conservation campaign want more than to inspire competition between residence halls--they aim to raise awareness about individual actions that impact...

Panhellenic sororities change 2017 recruitment schedule

Emily Fornof, Associate News Editor November 30, 2016

Come a week before spring semester begins, hundreds of Tulane students will be flying back early to participate in sorority recruitment week, known to most as "rush." In the past, sorority recruitment...

Bowling prepares for first home fall invitational

Clara Harrington, Sports Editor November 30, 2016

This weekend, women's bowling will host the fifth annual Allstate Sugar Bowl Collegiate Bowling Invitational in Kenner, Louisiana. With its beginnings at Tulane going back only to 2011, the team is...

USG legislation passes, aids in gender pronoun use on campus

Canela Lopez, News Editor November 30, 2016

Tulane's Undergraduate Student Government took what some students are calling a small step toward progress by passing legislation endorsing the use of gender pronouns in all USG member email signatures,...

Arab-Israel discourse needs improvement at Tulane

Kevin Young, Staff Writer November 30, 2016

This is an opinion article and does not necessarily reflect the views of The Hullabaloo. Tulane University is home to one of the nation’s best Jewish Studies programs, a fantastic history department,...

Rental regulations need enforcement, scrutiny

Daniel Horowitz, Associate Views Editor November 30, 2016

This is an opinion article and does not necessarily reflect the views of The Hullabaloo.  The New Orleans City Council passed an ordinance that will implement landmark short-term rental regulations...

Black Friday Illustration

Excessive Black Friday deals promote harmful consumerism

Robin Boch, Associate Views Editor November 30, 2016

This is an opinion article and does not necessarily reflect the views of The Hullabaloo. The idea of Black Friday dates back to the 20th century, but in recent years the event has become extreme....

Tanzel Smart accepts invitation to play in Reese’s Senior Bowl

Susan Fanelli, Sports [email protected] November 30, 2016

For the first time since 2014, a Tulane football player has been invited to compete against top football players around the country in the Reese’s Senior Bowl. Tulane’s football Twitter page...

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