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Art for Activism supports artists, social justice

Mackenzie Bookamer, Arcade Editor April 14, 2021

Art for Activism is an art show and auction created by Emery Gluck, Carlyn Morris and Brandon Surtain. Surtain holds a master’s degree from Tulane’s School of Architecture, and more detailed information...

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Union Ramen blends flavors, cultures

Sylvie Kirsch, Staff Reporter April 14, 2021

Union Ramen, located at 1837 Magazine St. Suite B, exemplifies its namesake. Founders Jeff Gapultos and chef Nate Nguyen started their passion project out of their love for ramen noodles and a desire to...

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New Orleans Poetry Festival brings poetry to all

Meredith Abdelnour, Arcade Editor April 11, 2021

The New Orleans Poetry Festival was created in 2016 by Megan Burns and Bill Lavender when they decided there were not enough literary events focused on poetry. The festival, which is by and for poets,...

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Professor Courtney Bryan named LPO creative partner

Mackenzie Bookamer, Arcade Editor March 24, 2021

Tulane Professor Courtney Bryan was recently named the first Creative Partner of the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra. Bryan is a pianist and composer from New Orleans, as well as being the Albert...

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Vegan restaurants around campus to try

Sylvie Kirsch, Contributing Writer March 24, 2021

New Orleans is a city famous for its delicious dishes, like andouille gumbo, crawfish and fresh oysters. That being said, many of the dishes offered in New Orleans tend to include some type of meat...

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Enjoy art safely with these Ogden events

Sylvie Kirsch, Contributing Writer March 17, 2021

The Ogden Museum of Southern Art — located just three miles from Tulane’s Uptown campus —  has been offering a wide variety of engaging activities and exhibits throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.    This...

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Up your antique game

Carina Marx, Senior Staff Reporter March 17, 2021

There’s no doubt college students in New Orleans don’t consider going antiquing very often, but New Orleans has a rich history of centuries-old, family-run antique stores. Antiquing in the French...

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Augury practice inspires artists

Mackenzie Bookamer, Arcade Editor March 17, 2021

Life during the COVID-19 pandemic has forced society to adapt to a new set of circumstances, altering many of the perspectives we carried prior to the pandemic. Drawing from this ideology, artists Lee...

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Louisiana Philharmonic plays on during COVID-19

Mackenzie Bookamer, Arcade Editor March 11, 2021

The Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra is based out of New Orleans, and although they cannot perform in the Orpheum Theater anymore, they have developed an extensive offering of virtual and altered in-person...

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Have fun without breaking the bank

Meredith Abdelnour, Arcade Editor March 10, 2021

Looking for fun things to do, but can’t afford expensive dinners or Uber rides? Arcade has your back. Here are some fun and free or inexpensive activities to do in New Orleans!    Take...

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Arcade’s guide to March events

Meredith Abdelnour, Arcade Editor March 3, 2021

Spring has arrived in New Orleans, bringing warm weather and sunny skies! Arcade has compiled a mix of outdoor activities and exciting virtual events happening in March.    Hierarchy of...

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Literary festival highlights LGBTQ writers

Mackenzie Bookamer, Arcade Editor March 3, 2021

In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, festivals and other large gatherings have looked different, and many had to significantly change their structure to follow citywide guidelines. The Saints and...

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