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Cuco makes his debut in New Orleans

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Haley Soares and Patrick Miller

October 6, 2019

On the evening of Thursday, Oct. 3, a line of music lovers and students outside RepublicNOLA stretched down the block to see Cuco.   This stretch of Cuco’s “Para Mi” tour was accompanied by the artists KAINA and La Doña — both of whom draw on Latin American influences in their music and performance. KAINA took t...

Plant the Peace: Fighting climate change one tree at a time

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Cori Shalit, Arcade Editor

October 2, 2019

Plant the Peace, a new nonprofit founded by three Tulane University students, aims to fight “climate change at the intersection of education technology and carbon reduction,” according to one of the co-founders, senior Max Steitz.  The nonprofit’s website offers free educational games across c...

Your guide to Art for Art’s Sake

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Sarah Medina, Contributing Writer

October 2, 2019

On Saturday, Oct. 5, Magazine Street will be the stage for the annual Art for Art’s Sake event, celebrating the beginning of the New Orleans Art season. As fall begins, enjoying some cool New Orleans weather, music, art, shopping and drinks seems like the perfect option for a Saturday evening.  Those who partake in “Maga...

Arcade’s coffee shop picks

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Haley Soares, Arcade Editor

October 2, 2019

As the dreaded midterm season sneaks up on students across campus, you may be looking to switch up your typical study spots. Arcade is here to help, with a list of our favorite local coffee shops, perfect for all of your studying needs. Z’otz Located on Oak Street, this small coffee shop is ideal for essay writing and midterm study...

Drive-By Truckers: The duality of the Southern Thing

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Avery Anderson and Cameron Slate

September 30, 2019

This Thursday, Sept. 26, Athens, Georgia-based band Drive-By Truckers attracted throngs of cowboy-boot-clad rock and rollers to Tipitina’s Uptown, entrancing the crowd with their unique blend of southern-infused rock and alt-country. Tipitina’s flashing lights illuminated the band, casting the harbinger...

Kacey Musgraves gives Fillmore audience Butterflies

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Emily Buttitta, Senior Staff Writer

September 30, 2019

Kacey Musgraves led a loud and reverent sing-a-long for fans bedecked in light-up cowboy hats, white go-go boots and butterfly clips at the Fillmore last Friday night. The gateway drug for country music naysayers everywhere serenaded the theater with songs from her latest, Grammy-winning album “Golden Hour...

Who’s that cutie?: An interview with Tulane Missed Connections

Lydia Mattson | Contributing Artist

Cori Shalit, Arcade Editor

September 25, 2019

  Arcade slid into Tulane Missed Connections’ DMs this past week to inquire about the new Tulane-relevant Instagram account.   “It stems from the craigslist type postings that people put up, instances where they meet someone at a concert or a bar and never got their name but w...

True Food Kitchen launches New Orleans location

Elana Bush | Photography Editor

Patrick Miller, Contributing Reporter

September 25, 2019

On Wednesday, Sept. 25, True Food Kitchen opened its first Louisiana location. Before the launch date, the restaurant held soft openings for press and friends of the restaurant’s ownership, one of which Arcade attended on Saturday, Sept. 21.  The expanding chain is currently spearheaded by Christine Barone...

Eat through NOLA: festivals you won’t want to miss

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Jordan Moskowitz, Contributing Reporter

September 19, 2019

It’s everyone’s favorite time of year. The real reason why we chose Tulane.   Fried Chicken Don’t be a chicken and attend this festival on Sept. 20. The Fried Chicken Festival will be held from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. in Woldenberg Park. The festival is free, outdoors and has expanded to three ...

Review: ‘Hangover Helper: Delicious Cures From Around the World’

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Sarah Medina, Contributing Reporter

September 18, 2019

On a Sunday morning, going out for a nice brunch with friends is a go-to following a night of a little too much alcohol and not enough sleep. Being a college student in New Orleans can turn this practice into a kind of routine, but one that can become very costly over the course of a semester.  ...

Quiet resistance: Review of “Flint is Family”

Quiet resistance: Review of “Flint is Family”

Alex Calloway, Staff Reporter

September 11, 2019

Museums are often considered places of grand spectacle, allure and wonder. A maestro’s brushstroke can reduce a viewer to the most basic of emotions, and many museums pride themselves on this quality. However, not every exhibition must fit this mold to make a statement. Stories just as powerful as these can be told with nothing more than film, a camera and a human face. This i...

Tulane students take part in ‘Roleplay’, a play discussing college life, sexual assault

Courtesy of Roleplay's Instagram, @roleplaytu

Haley Soares, Arcade Editor

September 11, 2019

Over the past year, student actors and local theater group Goat in the Road Productions have worked together to create “Roleplay,” an original production dealing with the sexual culture on Tulane’s campus. In 2017 Tulane conducted the Climate Survey on Sexual Misconduct, revealing a shockin...