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Discover Weekly: “Fool,” “The Funeral,” “Ophelia” and more

Discover Weekly: “Fool,” “The Funeral,” “Ophelia” and more

Emily Fornof, Senior Staff Reporter

April 11, 2018


Filed under Arcade, Music

Arcade's Discover Weekly is here again to offer alternatives to all your fave Indie jams.If you like "Fool" by Fitz and the Tantrums, you'll be a fool for "Used to Be in Love" by The Jungle GiantsWith the same bubbly electric sound, "Used to Be in Love," features a beat you can't help but m...

French Quarter Festival to capture city’s culture in country’s largest showcase of Louisiana music

French Quarter Festival to capture city’s culture in country’s largest showcase of Louisiana music

Fiona Grathwohl, Senior Staff Reporter

April 11, 2018


Filed under Arcade, Music, NOLA

Thursday through Sunday, French Quarter Festivals, Inc. will be holding its 35th French Quarter Festival. More than just a free way to have fun off campus and get your boogie on, French Quarter Fest prides itself in being the largest showcase of Louisiana music on the planet, and also contributes to the ...

Red Bull gives students the wings to travel Europe

Red Bull gives students the wings to travel Europe

Burke Joslin, Associate Arcade Editor

April 11, 2018


Filed under Arcade, Campus Life, Showcase

Red Bull is a way of life. The ideal energy drink for athletic endeavors, pulling all-nighters and chasing vodka, this is the beverage of winners — and for three Tulane students, it may become just that and more.For the past few years, Red Bull has held Can You Make It?, an event where more than 200 teams of th...

“Take Your Pills” shows surface-level look at study drugs, lacks solution

“Take Your Pills” shows surface-level look at study drugs, lacks solution

Julia Ferro, Associate Arcade Editor

April 11, 2018


Filed under Arcade, Movies & TV

"Adderall, side effects may include being awesome at everything."This is a tagline for the 2018 Netflix documentary "Take Your Pills." It meshes flashes of old video clips, bright animations and interviews together to form an exploration of the effects of study drugs like Ritalin and Adderall. While...

Discover Weekly: “Humble,” “When I’m Small,” “Santeria,” and more

Discover Weekly: “Humble,” “When I’m Small,” “Santeria,” and more

Julia Ferro, Associate Arcade Editor

April 11, 2018


Filed under Arcade, Music

Arcade's Discover Weekly is here again to offer alternatives to a variety of genres' chart-dominating songs.If you knew all the words to "Humble" by Kendrick Lamar, check out "Ain't it Funny" by Danny Brown.At this point, neither Kendrick Lamar nor "Humble" need an introduction. The song spent...

Know Your NOLA: Local jambalayas ranked

Know Your NOLA: Local jambalayas ranked

Matthew Johnson, Contributing Reporter

April 4, 2018


Filed under Arcade, Food, NOLA

Louisiana's vibrant food culture is one of many great qualities the state has to offer. The influences from French, Spanish and African cultures create a unique breeding ground for Louisiana traditions. One of those traditions is jambalaya, a rice dish incredibly popular amongst Louisianians.Livin...

“Say Amen” to Panic! at the Disco’s triumphant return

Kila Moore, Staff Reporter

April 4, 2018


Filed under Arcade, Music

Scene kids rejoice! Grammy-nominated Panic! at the Disco returned on March 21 with two brand new singles straight from its sixth studio album, "Pray for the Wicked," set to be released on June 22.The first single, "Say Amen (Saturday Night)," is a true alt-power ballad. Brendon Urie's soothing voice flows over striking horn riffs, encouraging you to get up and dance with your frie...

Latin Trap and Afro Latinx Erasure: Tracing the real history of America’s latest music craze

Latin Trap and Afro Latinx Erasure: Tracing the real history of America’s latest music craze

Canela Lopez, Senior Staff Reporter

April 4, 2018


Filed under Arcade, Music, Showcase

With vibrant imagery, powerful lyrics and a blend of Latin American rhythm and hip-hop undertones, Latin Trap is taking the Americas by storm and has quickly become the United States' newest music craze.Though it has been difficult for artists, music critics and fans alike to pinpoint a clear definiti...

Queue: What to watch after heartbreak

Queue: What to watch after heartbreak

Tigre Mui, Staff Reporter

April 4, 2018


Filed under Arcade, Movies & TV

Most of us have faced heartbreak in our lifetimes: whether your boyfriend cheated on you, things went south with your long-distance girlfriend or frat star Nick, who you've been Instagram-stalking for months, rejected you at The Boot.In one way or another, we've all been there before, and it hurts....

Tulane Trend Watch: What we’re wearing this spring

Tulane Trend Watch: What we’re wearing this spring

Nurah Lambert, Staff Reporter

March 21, 2018


Filed under Arcade, Campus Life, NOLA

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...

The Walking Dead: Cemeteries central to New Orleans Culture

The Walking Dead: Cemeteries central to New Orleans Culture

Bryce Berman, Staff Reporter

March 21, 2018


Filed under Arcade, NOLA

New Orleans is sinking two inches per year, and it would be quite fitting if the last thing sticking up out of the water were the tombs of the dead. The dead are buried above ground in New Orleans because frequent flooding once caused corpses to often surface. While the mausoleums are practical in nat...

Canadian rockers deliver an Eh+ performance

Canadian rockers deliver an Eh+ performance

Burke Joslin, Associate Arcade Editor

March 21, 2018


Filed under Arcade, Music, Showcase

This Sunday, rock band The Glorious Sons filled Gasa Gasa with raucous soul and foot-tapping enthusiasm. Currently touring following the release of the band's second album, "Young Beauties and Fools" and riding the positive reviews of musical authorities from all over Canada, The Glorious Sons certainly lived up to the transcontinental hype. Opening band The...

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