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What’s in our fanny pack? A guide to Mardi Gras must-haves

What’s in our fanny pack? A guide to Mardi Gras must-haves

Taylor DeMulling, Arcade Editor

February 7, 2018


Filed under Arcade, Campus Life, NOLA, Showcase

If you're reading this, it's too late. No, seriously. You should've done your Mardi Gras shopping on Sunday like every other (relatively) sane New Orleans resident, aggressively hounding the poor, sweet Costco salespeople for samples, playing an unwieldy game of Tetris with the enormous carts of your...

Queue: Out-of-the-Box shows you won’t feel pretentious watching

Queue: Out-of-the-Box shows you won’t feel pretentious watching

Burke Joslin, Staff Reporter

February 6, 2018


Filed under Arcade, Movies & TV

It's Friday night and The Boot is dead. You flip on your Samsung Smart TV™ in the hopes of finding something new to watch, but are tired of the same old guilty pleasures, cliché characters and recycled plots. You're tired of being heckled for watching "Riverdale" but aren't pretentious enough t...

Executive in Residence Jack Sussman to offer industry insight, one-on-one mentorship

Executive in Residence Jack Sussman to offer industry insight, one-on-one mentorship

Taylor DeMulling, Arcade Editor

February 1, 2018


Filed under Arcade, Campus Life, Movies & TV

There are those of us that watch the Grammys — live tweeting from the comfort of the couch in sweatpants — and those of us that produce them. Jack Sussman, executive vice president, specials, music and live events, of CBS Entertainment, is among the latter.Sussman, in an effort to pass on his kn...

Edward Snowden discussion draws large crowds, raises questions of civic duty

Edward Snowden discussion draws large crowds, raises questions of civic duty

Julia Ferro, Staff Reporter

February 1, 2018


Filed under Arcade, Campus Life

"What is better for the world? A comfortable lie or an essential truth?"This question, posed by Edward Snowden from his apartment in Moscow to the audience gathered in McAlister Auditorium, set the tone for the discussion that took place Monday night.Snowden was invited to speak by Tulane University...

Kiln it: Clay exhibits construct contemporary spin on classic Newcomb pottery

Kiln it: Clay exhibits construct contemporary spin on classic Newcomb pottery

Jessica Galloway, Arcade Editor

February 1, 2018


Filed under Arcade, Campus Life, Showcase

By fusing traditional and contemporary mediums, two new Newcomb Art Museum exhibits link the past and the present to create work that is both ambitious and grounded.The Newcomb Art Museum has two new exhibitions on display in the Woldenberg Art Center that are open to the public and will run unti...

Reily Student Recreation Center offers sweet escape for students

Reily Student Recreation Center offers sweet escape for students

Gwen Snyder, Senior Staff Reporter

January 31, 2018


Filed under Arcade, Campus Life

Despite its "by the Bayou" brand, New Orleans is much better known for its city-centric social scene than its outdoor environment, and it is often easy to forget Louisiana's natural beauty hidden just off the beaten path. While close-to-campus coffee shops can provide necessary breaks from Tulane's socia...

Arcade’s guide to pre-season parades

Arcade’s guide to pre-season parades

Taylor DeMulling, Arcade Editor

January 29, 2018


Filed under Arcade, NOLA

A rocky start back to school – fraught with holiday off-days, boil water advisories and what can only generously be referred to as "snow days" – has made the transition feel more like an extension of winter break than the start of spring semester. But as the final reminders of the "most wonderfu...

Signs of solidarity: Tulane community participates in Women’s March, advocates for more action

Signs of solidarity: Tulane community participates in Women’s March, advocates for more action

Jessica Galloway, Arcade Editor

January 24, 2018


Filed under Arcade, NOLA, Showcase

More than 5,000 demonstrators took to the streets of downtown New Orleans on Saturday as a part of the nation-wide, weekend-long anniversary celebration of the 2017 Women's March.The event featured several speakers, including New Orleans mayor-elect, Latoya Cantrell, Helena Moreno, Democratic m...

Brockhampton rebrands ‘boy bands’ at House of Blues

Brockhampton rebrands ‘boy bands’ at House of Blues

Nurah Lambert, Staff Reporter

January 24, 2018


Filed under Arcade, Music

In the post-One Direction era of music, the term "boy band" has expanded to include a wider range of genres, subject matters and people. As a boy band for the internet age, Brockhampton, comprised of 14 members, fully embraces this identity. The group kicked off its second tour, "Love Your Parents Tour -...

Edward Snowden to offer perspective on privacy, security at TUCP talk

Edward Snowden to offer perspective on privacy, security at TUCP talk

Bhumika Shirole, Contributing Reporter

January 24, 2018


Filed under Arcade, Campus Life

Ron Suskind, political journalist and Pulitzer prize winner, will moderate a live discussion with Edward Snowden over Google Hangouts at 7 p.m on Monday, Jan. 29, in McAllister Auditorium.Snowden, a former National Security Agency subcontractor, became a household name in 2013 after he revealed classified NSA docu...

Queue: Holiday x Rom-com classics

Queue: Holiday x Rom-com classics

Taylor DeMulling, Senior Staff Reporter

December 7, 2017


Filed under Arcade, Movies & TV

It all began in 2003. An all-star cast of Brits some known for their natural predilection to romantic comedies, others for their wit and a few purely for their A-list appeal, was assembled to revolutionize the rom-com genre. When "Love Actually", a film that follows a number of separate storylines t...

Hip Hop Nutcracker dazzles with new twist on old classic

Hip Hop Nutcracker dazzles with new twist on old classic

Julia Ferro, Staff Reporter

December 7, 2017


Filed under Arcade, Music, NOLA

For better or for worse, the end of Thanksgiving has ushered in the holiday season. This means twinkling lights, ABC’s 25 Days of Christmas and, most importantly, music. Some of the most famous Christmas songs come from Tchaikovsky's instantly recognizable The Nutcracker.The ballet premiered in 189...

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