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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...

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...

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...

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...

Lucky Katz Take Gasa Gasa

Lucky Katz Take Gasa Gasa

Jeanette McKellar, Contributing Writer October 19, 2022

There was an air of anticipation and chatter amidst the crowd at Gasa Gasa on Tuesday night before students would scatter across the country for fall break.  Tulane students Dimitri Hanafin Reyes,...

Spooky spots to visit

Spooky spots to visit

Eladia Michaels, Contributing Writer October 19, 2022

It's that time of year again: people are plotting pumpkins on porches, pulling Halloween decor boxes from the attic and placing skeletons onto window sills. Luckily, Tulane students find themselves centered...

October’s upcoming local theater, dance performances

October’s upcoming local theater, dance performances

Ian Faul, Staff Writer October 12, 2022

Just as New Orleans’ ghosts reawaken for Halloween, the city’s performing arts scene is finally rising from its languid summer slumber — just in time for Tulane students to enjoy new performances....

The Mountain Goats at Tipitinas

The Mountain Goats at Tipitina’s

Holly Haney, Personnel Director September 21, 2022

Before I begin, I want to take a moment to apologize to the couple in their mid-forties that stood in front of me at the Mountain Goats concert at Tipitina’s this past Sunday who I’m sure have been...

New Orleans 101: A Guide to Experiencing the City

New Orleans 101: A Guide to Experiencing the City

Ian Faul, Contributing Writer September 14, 2022

New Orleans is remarkably unique, made so by its colonial history and location at the convergence of silt and salt. This fusion — one that is fundamental to the city — created something that we can...

September’s upcoming local theater, dance performances

September’s upcoming local theater, dance performances

Ian Faul, Contributing Writer September 7, 2022

As we enter the first full month of school and new students finally settle into the rhythm of life at Tulane, the itch to explore life off-campus begins to intensify. Tulane prides itself on its connection...

Crawfest is back, we love to see it

Crawfest is back, we love to see it

Holly Haney, Arcade Editor April 27, 2022

After two years, the student-run music festival Crawfest made its return to the Berger Family Lawn on April 23. From 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., a lineup of incredible musicians performed and — of course...

gay easter parade

Gay Easter Parade 2022

Holly Haney, Arcade Editor April 20, 2022

At this point in my time living in New Orleans, I would like to think very little surprises me. However, I was proved wrong when I learned that on Easter Sunday, the 21st annual Gay Easter Parade marched...

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