The Tulane Hullabaloo

Brockhampton’s heavenly performance amazes audience at the Fillmore

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Czars Trinidad, Senior Staff Writer

November 20, 2019

Brockhampton amazed the Fillmore crowd with its highly animated performance and infectious energy this past Sunday. Having visited The Boot Bar and Grill the night before, the self-proclaimed “best boy band since One Direction” returned to New Orleans for its Heaven Belongs to You Tour a little ov...

Cautious Clay’s sincerity felt by audience

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Jonah Golder, Contributing Writer

November 20, 2019

Before his concert at The Parish at House of Blues, a bundled-up Cautious Clay strolled down Decatur Street. And after a quick conversation with him, it was evident that the artist, wearing a few sweatshirts and sipping an Izze, was not caught up in the fame.  Cautious Clay, born Joshua Karpeh, is origin...

Undergraduate Juried Exhibition allows for student self-expression

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Leah Martino, Contributing Writer

November 13, 2019

Walking into the Carroll Gallery on the second floor of the Woldenberg Art Center, you are welcomed with a warm, bright light. The light feels like an indicator of the new talent and inspiring energy you will experience when taking in the creations of your peers.  The Undergraduate Juried Exhibitio...

Student entrepreneur profile: SexyCakes

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Elka Cuttino, Staff Writer

November 13, 2019

Since the closing of City Diner, there has been a serious lack of late-night dining options on campus. Freshmen Alex Leiman and Jonah Bornstein, co-founders of SexyCakes, aim to fulfill students’ late-night cravings by providing an assortment of made-to-order breakfast items.  The idea of SexyCakes was...

From jazz to funk, New Orleans music strikes a chord with residents

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Haley Soares, Arcade Editor

November 13, 2019

From brass bands to jazz funerals, music and musical culture in New Orleans are a critical part of what makes this city so unique and is a key part of what makes the Tulane experience so exceptional.  New Orleans was, of course, founded by French colonizers before they sold their territories to the United S...

Allah-Las grace One Eyed Jacks with groovy charm

Indie-rock band Allah-Las brought upbeat performance to One Eyed Jack’s on Sunday.

Burke Joslin, Contributing Writer

November 13, 2019

Indie-rock band Allah-Las blessed One Eyed Jacks with irresistible good vibes this past Sunday. The band is currently touring internationally following the Oct. 11 release of their fourth studio album, “LAHS.”  When it comes to indie rock, few bands possess as much sheer crossover appeal as the ...

Tulane Comedy Showcase displays student talent

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Haley Soares, Arcade Editor

November 7, 2019

In the remnants of what once was the beloved City Diner, Tulane University Campus Programming hosted campus comedians with different styles and niche, audience-driven material for the Tulane Comedy Showcase this Tuesday. Students gathered in the Rathskeller Lounge to partake in a night of sketch com...

Mark your calendars for area food, flea markets

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Elka Cuttino, Contributing Writer

November 6, 2019

On any given day there are dozens of activities and events to choose from in New Orleans. Whether you want to find that cool new piece of local art to hang above your bed or just want to eat good food and listen to funky music, there is definitely a market in New Orleans for you. Markets offer a cool a...

Insider look at the Voodoo Experience

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Lauren Berg and Haley Soares, Contributing Reporter and Arcade Editor

October 31, 2019

Voodoo Music + Arts Experience took over City Park in New Orleans this past weekend, drawing crowds for a diverse lineup, art vendors and local food. Many Tulane students celebrated their Halloween early with Voodoo, attending in full costume and high spirits despite the grim weather.  Students in a...

Review: Mortuary offers spooky fun for a scary price

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Lauren Berg, Contributing Reporter

October 30, 2019

Surrounded by graveyards at the end of Canal Street, it is hard to miss the big white house lit up for Halloween, The Mortuary. The haunted house actually operated as real mortuary that opened in 1872, and each year around Halloween the house is transformed into a terrifying maze. This year’s them...

Review: Looking for Alaska finds a home on Hulu

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Ava Lemos, Senior Staff Reporter

October 30, 2019

When I finished John Green’s debut novel “Looking for Alaska” in my lonely middle school years, my first thought was that it had to be adapted for the screen. The novel about teenagers simply lost and looking for meaning resonated deeply with me, and I wanted others to feel seen in the same way th...

Oh Shoot Repairs expands platform with new services

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Cori Shalit, Arcade Editor

October 30, 2019

One year ago, The Hullabaloo interviewed then-sophomores Josh Shawver-Weiner and Philip Brossy, co-founders of Oh Shoot Repairs. Since then, Oh Shoot has expanded from just dealing with phone repairs, but their values and devotion have remained constant.    Oh Shoot now offers cleaning and tu...