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“Roleplay” Returns to Tulane

“Roleplay” Returns to Tulane

Ian Faul, Staff Writer 3 days ago

Several times over the past few years, I have heard people mention a show called “Roleplay” that premiered at Tulane in 2019. A professor described it as striking. A friend hailed it as one of the...

Angel Olsen at the Joy Theater

Angel Olsen at the Joy Theater

Mackenzie Camp, Staff Writer 3 days ago

Concertgoers shuffled into the Joy Theater in downtown New Orleans on Jan. 21, a low-key Saturday night for the Angel Olsen concert. Through her indie folk and alternative country music, Olsen creates...

Unsolicited review of Tulane bid day:  Part II

Unsolicited review of Tulane bid day: Part II

Holly Haney, Senior Staff Writer January 18, 2023

Bid Day is the best day of the year. New members run home, and creepy men stand outside the Boot to watch the spectacle. It’s essentially a holiday and a fun day for everyone.  More importantly,...

Ortega’s scarily skilled Wednesday

Ortega’s scarily skilled Wednesday

Sophie Borislow, Arcade Editor December 7, 2022

“The Addams Family” might not have left its mark on every household, yet the theme song to the show is so popular that those who have never heard of the iconic family still know the tune. “The Addams...

People Museum innovates at NOMA

People Museum innovates at NOMA

Mackenzie Camp, Contributing Writer December 7, 2022

Fog carpeted the Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden at the New Orleans Museum of Art. Spanish moss hung down from the large oak trees, absorbing the bright concert lights, turning them shades...

It’s me, hi: Taylor Swift on queerness

It’s me, hi: Taylor Swift on queerness

Holly Haney, Senior Staff Writer November 30, 2022

Before I get ripped limb from limb, I have some disclaimers.   Most of Taylor Swift’s work is not my cup of tea, and I am by no means a Swiftie. However, I respect her as an artist — she’s good...

“Glass Onion”: Johnson’s whodunit did it again

“Glass Onion”: Johnson’s whodunit did it again

Laura Malagrino, Arcade Editor November 30, 2022

Though it seems there are only so many ways to write a murder-mystery story that aren’t annoyingly predictable, writer and director Rian Johnson has proven that it can be done. “Glass Onion:...

Notre-Dame exhibit on display in French Quarter

Notre-Dame exhibit on display in French Quarter

Laura Malagrino , Arcade Editor November 16, 2022

“Notre-Dame de Paris: The Augmented Exhibition” debuted on Nov. 15 at The Historic New Orleans Collection. The immersive experience takes viewers through Notre-Dame’s 850 year history from its construction...

Lake, River Halls: Sophomore Thoughts

Lake, River Halls: Sophomore Thoughts

Eladia Michaels , Contributing Writer November 16, 2022

The infamous Tulane crane was where it all began, responsible for the consistent pounding and banging students and faculty have heard for the past year as they passed through campus. The 8 a.m. wake-up...

Acting activism: ‘Project Jane’ opens in Lupin Theater

Acting activism: ‘Project Jane’ opens in Lupin Theater

Ian Faul, Staff Writer November 16, 2022

In many ways, the future of American democracy was determined on Tuesday, with many elections hinging on the issue of reproductive rights. As a result, the timing for the opening of “Project Jane”...

Addressing Kanye Wests multifaceted bigotry

Addressing Kanye West’s multifaceted bigotry

Billy Bernfeld, Staff Writer November 16, 2022

When it rains, it pours, as they say — but once again, Jewish and Black Americans are left without umbrellas. Earlier this month, celebrity and rapper Kanye West — now known as “Ye” —...

Beabadoobee, Lowertown captivates Republic

Beabadoobee, Lowertown captivates Republic

Mackenzie Camp, Contributing Writer November 9, 2022

Beabadoobee stepped on stage surrounded by her army of stuffed red pandas. A different colored guitar hung over her shoulder with every song. With her utter charm and recognizable songs, she captivated...

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