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Voodoo Music + Arts Experience 2018 expected to please attendees

Voodoo Music + Arts Experience

Marie Gosserand, Staff Reporter

October 23, 2018

What's a major city without a music festival? If you're a music lover, chances are you've heard of New Orleans' famous Voodoo Festival, a three-day experience filled with all the things New Orleans does best: music, art and food. If you haven’t heard of it, let The Hullabaloo fill you in. Vood...

New Orleans Film Festival sweeps over city for 29th year

Cori Shalit, Arcade Associate Editor

October 18, 2018

From Oct. 17-25, the New Orleans Film Society will present the 29th annual New Orleans Film Festival (NOFF) at the Contemporary Art Center of New Orleans. The event offers guests the opportunity not only to experience over 430 films but also to enjoy the company of  25,000 other attendees. The large assortment of...

Fall Out Boy ends MANIA tour in New Orleans, gives stunning performance

Fall Out Boy ends MANIA tour in New Orleans, gives stunning performance

Campbell Lutz, Senior Staff Reporter

October 14, 2018

Though the emo heyday of our youth may be dead, Fall Out Boy has yet to go down, swinging or otherwise. Fall Out Boy closed out its 81 stop-long MANIA tour at the Smoothie King Center Wednesday night with a riotous performance that left the audience ecstatic. The band is known for its angst-lad...

Portugal. The Man, Chicano Batman set to groove at The Sugar Mill

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Nurah Lambert, Arcade Editor

September 13, 2018

Head over Sept. 14 to catch the second stop on Portugal. The Man’s 2018 tour. The Grammy award winning alternative rock band will headline a concert at The Sugar Mill, an event space in the Lower Garden District. Opening for them for the New Orleans date is Latino four-piece rock band Chicano Batma...

Green or blue bubble: Android vs. iPhone debate sparks controversy

Green or blue bubble: Android vs. iPhone debate sparks controversy

Nurah Lambert, Arcade Editor

September 6, 2018

iOS versus Android is arguably the most stirring, long standing debate since the blue/black vs. white/gold dress conspiracy. As the dominant culture of tech-savvy, smartphone-toters gets more advanced with each new tech-cessory, new Tesla controversy or new Apple announcement, an important question remains: w...

New Orleans classics for the New Orleans newbies

New Orleans classics for the New Orleans newbies

Nurah Lambert, Arcade Editor

September 5, 2018

As the fall semester begins, there is so much for incoming students to get excited about: new classmates, new courses, even a new Bruff. For those who will be joining Tulane for the first time, The Hullabaloo has pulled together a few literary works, tv shows and movies to get freshmen excited and re...

Easy Moving Tips for Students Transitioning to Off Campus Living

Julia Ferro, Senior Reporter

September 1, 2018

Tulane University’s system of having a requirement for both Freshmen and Sophomores to live on campus is not a common practice. In fact, many schools only require that students live on campus their first year, leaving them free to move off campus for the remaining three. The result is a learning curve ...

Beat the Heat: A Tulane student’s guide to staying cool in NOLA weather

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Fiona Grathwohl, Arcade Editor

August 30, 2018

Dealing with the heat, humidity and armpit sweat can be tough for many Tulane students, especially for those coming from northern states like New York. Though the temperatures do drop to a more pleasant temperature around October, in the months until then, the lack of working air conditioning everyw...

You can have fun in NOLA without alcohol, we promise

You can have fun in NOLA without alcohol, we promise

Nurah Lambert, Arcade Editor

August 30, 2018

Tulane may be widely considered a “party school” and New Orleans is definitely an alcohol-friendly city, but there are so many ways to have a fun here without drinking. There are countless alternatives to the ever-present drinking culture that you will inevitably encounter in New Orleans. One of the m...

Do you know what it means to miss New Orleans: The Hullabaloo staff reflects on NOLA favorites

April 25, 2018

As the 2017-18 school year comes to an end and finals season closes in, Hullabaloo seniors reflect on what they will miss most about New Orleans when they graduate, and Hullabaloo underclassmen reflect on what they'll miss when they return home for the summer. Lily Milwit — Class of 2018 I've been so luck...

Tank and the Bangas, Big Freedia to bring New Orleans sound to Tipitina’s

Big Freedia delivering a jaw-dropping performance at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.

Julia Ferro, Associate Arcade Editor

April 25, 2018

This Friday, April 27, local New Orleans band Tank and the Bangas will take on Tipitina's Uptown with Big Freedia. Tank and the Bangas formed in 2011 after meeting at an open mic night called Liberation Lounge at BlackStar Books and Caffe. The group's New Orleans roots are present in its music style,...

Newcomb’s EMPIRE installation meshes Tulane, New Orleans history

Jessica Galloway, Arcade Editor

April 18, 2018

Newcomb Art Museum's last exhibit of the school year opened on April 13 and features more than 300 objects in honor of New Orleans' tricentennial celebration this year. EMPIRE was curated by Fallen Fruit, a collaborative art project by David Allen Burns and Austin Young. Laura Blereau, the curato...