The Tulane Hullabaloo

Tulane Trend Watch: What we’re wearing this spring

Tulane Trend Watch: What we're wearing this spring

Nurah Lambert, Staff Reporter

March 22, 2018

In the spirit of New Orleans Fashion Week, which runs March 18-24, The Hullabaloo has named some of the most recent, noticeable trends on campus and whom you can find wearing them. Kanken backpacks: The Swedish bags swept over hip American youth a few years ago, and somehow, by a miracle of God himself, were...

Art + Feminism aims to rewrite history through Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon

Julia Ferro, Associate Arcade Editor

March 14, 2018

Wikipedia has more than 40 million articles online, but fewer than than 10 percent of its editors are women. Art + Feminism discovered this problem and posed an essential question: what happens when the people editing our history don't look like us, don't sound like us, don't know our lived experi...

Jank Setup joins ranks of Tulane-founded funk bands

Jank Setup joins ranks of Tulane-founded funk bands

Bryce Berman, Staff Reporter

March 7, 2018

Sexual Thunder, one of the most popular bands to come out of Tulane, was born in a small house in the shadows of the old Café Freret. A new band called Jank Setup, however, has recently taken up residence in the home, which continues to be a pillar of the funk band tradition. The band got it...

Airing of Grievances: It’s a Bruff Life

March 4, 2018

My dearest Bruff, This is not our first correspondence, and it's unlikely to be our last. I won't pull a full "Notebook" and say "I wrote you 365 letters. I wrote you every day for a year" or even, "If you're a Bruff, I'm a Bruff," but I definitely wrote you at least once or twice to talk about yo...

Shape Up: Fun fitness options around New Orleans

Whether it's in anticipation of Spring Break or simply in an effort to live healthier overall, a fitness journey can be a powerful movement. Thankfully, New Orleans offers many options to get fit while having fun.

Tigre Mui, Staff Reporter

February 28, 2018

Chances are you've noticed the sudden influx of new gym-goers at Reily Student Recreation Center or the hordes of running groups circling Audubon Park on Saturday mornings. Or maybe you've found yourself in the predicament of choosing between a salad and Bruff pizza for lunch. You're not alone, a...

Airing of Grievances: Presentations sans Sans, please

Emily Meyer, Senior Staff Reporter

February 25, 2018

The weight of living can often feel heavy as we carry with us the stress of the major issues that plague society today, from social concerns to environmental disasters. Many of these important societal problems are not things we face day to day, but broader global issues, while others regularly co...

Tulane professor, Prospect 4 artist talk latest projects

Tulane professor, Prospect 4 artist talk latest projects

Zharia Jeffries, Contributing Reporter

February 14, 2018

The New Orleans Center for the Gulf South welcomed Prospect 4 artist Cauleen Smith and Courtney Bryan, a composer and Tulane professor, on Jan. 25 for an event entitled, "Dark Matter." The presentation focused on a few of the artist's selected works and facilitated a conversation about creativity and coll...

Unrig the System Summit unites political adversaries against corruption

Unrig the System Summit attendees were invited to take a selfie and promote their attendance at the event, which was created by

Nurah Lambert, Staff Reporter

February 7, 2018

Activists, politicians and celebrities gathered on Tulane's campus last week from Feb. 2-4 for the first-ever Unrig the System Summit. The Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life was the headquarters for a series of panels and workshops run by experts in their respective fields, each unpacking a...

What’s in our fanny pack? A guide to Mardi Gras must-haves

Mardi Gras is a marathon, not a sprint – as such, it's important to properly prepare. Stocking up on essentials like easy-to-prepare frozen snacks, accessories and ample amounts of glitter is a smart way to prepare for festival season.

Taylor DeMulling, Arcade Editor

February 7, 2018

If you're reading this, it's too late. No, seriously. You should've done your Mardi Gras shopping on Sunday like every other (relatively) sane New Orleans resident, aggressively hounding the poor, sweet Costco salespeople for samples, playing an unwieldy game of Tetris with the enormous carts of your...

Executive in Residence Jack Sussman to offer industry insight, one-on-one mentorship

Jack Sussman, Executive Vice President, Specials, Music and Live Events, CBS Entertainment, will serve as Tulane's Executive in Residence for the spring 2018 semester.

Taylor DeMulling, Arcade Editor

February 1, 2018

There are those of us that watch the Grammys — live tweeting from the comfort of the couch in sweatpants — and those of us that produce them. Jack Sussman, executive vice president, specials, music and live events, of CBS Entertainment, is among the latter. Sussman, in an effort to pass on his kn...

Edward Snowden discussion draws large crowds, raises questions of civic duty

Tulane University Campus Programming presented a discussion between Edward Snowden and Ron Suskind Monday night. The dialogue centered around national security and citizens' privacy.

Julia Ferro, Staff Reporter

February 1, 2018

"What is better for the world? A comfortable lie or an essential truth?" This question, posed by Edward Snowden from his apartment in Moscow to the audience gathered in McAlister Auditorium, set the tone for the discussion that took place Monday night. Snowden was invited to speak by Tulane University...

Kiln it: Clay exhibits construct contemporary spin on classic Newcomb pottery

Newcomb Art Museum currently has two exhibits with clay as the primary medium on display.

Jessica Galloway, Arcade Editor

February 1, 2018

By fusing traditional and contemporary mediums, two new Newcomb Art Museum exhibits link the past and the present to create work that is both ambitious and grounded. The Newcomb Art Museum has two new exhibitions on display in the Woldenberg Art Center that are open to the public and will run unti...