The Tulane Hullabaloo

Purloo educates foodies with traditional Southern fare

Purloo educates foodies with traditional Southern fare

Alec Swartzman, Print Arcade Editor

January 14, 2015

A new year in New Orleans would be incomplete without exploring some of the city’s brand new fine Southern dining restaurants, and last fall Chef Ryan Hughes claimed his own stake in the fine dining landscape by opening his own place, Purloo.Ohio native Hughes has been cooking in New Orleans for t...

The Arcade presents top five undiscovered albums of 2014

Alec Schwartzman, Print Arcade Editor

December 3, 2014

Everyone and their mother has started to post year-end best albums of the year lists. Instead of choosing the best, most well-known pieces this year, the Arcade has decided to give the students of Tulane a list of five albums they may have overlooked this past year, but which still garner close list...

A stand-up against improv comedy

Tyler Mead, Associate Arcade Editor

December 3, 2014

Dear friends at TUCP Comedy,I’d first and foremost like to thank and congratulate you for bringing such big-name acts like Cecily Strong and the renowned Second City to our campus for performances. Bravo. My issue though, is the lack of any stand-up so far this year.Yes, Strong and Second City are ma...

The Arcade lists top three restaurants of 2014

Ishan Patel, Contributing Reporter

December 3, 2014

With the year coming to a close, it’s time to take a look back at all of the restaurants you may have gone to with family, friends or perhaps a recent ex. With a plethora of restaurants spread throughout the city, it can be difficult to choose the best. The Arcade brings you our top three restaurants b...

How to survive finals panic

SC Ogorek, Staff Reporter

December 3, 2014

Finals suck. There’s no two ways about it. Everyone knows finals week is coming, but when it actually kicks in that this ominous event is indeed impending depends on the individual. Some students have been freaking out since Thanksgiving break, while others choose to delay the inevitable with persistent...

La Sagrada Inquietud web series to feature Tulane actors’ debut, focus on latin culture locally

Colin Mahar, Staff Reporter

December 3, 2014

If you find yourself bored during winter break and have exhausted all of your possible binge-worthy Netflix series, you should brush up on your Spanish comprehension for a spring break trip to Cancun with Hannagan Johnson's new bilingual web novella, "La Sagrada Inquietud."The first season of six episo...

TUCP to show anti-capitalist thriller “Snowpiercer” on campus Tuesday

Sarah Morris, Contributing Reporter Mary Mac Jones

December 1, 2014

“Snowpiercer” will screen at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Freeman Auditorium in Woldenberg Art Center. The event is sponsored by Tulane University Campus Programming and is the second event in a series of TUCP and Newcomb Art Gallery collaborations.“Snowpiercer” was not a widely advertised blockbus...

‘Woyzeck’ to test audience with wild experiments this week

‘Woyzeck’ to test audience with wild experiments this week

Alec Schwartzman, Print Arcade Editor

November 19, 2014

The mind of a lowly, schizophrenic soldier will haunt the Lupin Theater this week. Through interactive live feed video, untraditional directing techniques and border-line epileptic lighting, the Tulane Department of Theatre and Dance's performance of "Woyzeck" promises to shock and entertain its audie...

Enjoy Thanksgiving in New Orleans, escape Uptown

Enjoy Thanksgiving in New Orleans, escape Uptown

David Preda, Online Arcade Editor

November 19, 2014

If you’re staying in New Orleans for Thanksgiving break, you probably won’t get the traditional holiday, but The Arcade is here to reassure you that New Orleans still offers plenty of fun while most of your friends are elsewhere.There’s really not a better time of the year to finally venture o...

Dr. Dog, Wavves to pack McAlister Auditorium Thursday

Dr. Dog, Wavves to pack McAlister Auditorium Thursday

Laura Rostad, Associate Arcade Editor

November 19, 2014

This year’s fall concert will feature Dr. Dog with opening act Wavves. Doors open at 7 p.m. Thursday in McAlister Auditorium.Philadelphia-based indie rock band Dr. Dog has performed its melodic musical collages since 1999. While the group independently recorded its first two releases, its past thr...

Eighth Annual Oak Street Po-Boy Fest set to satisfy Sunday

Eighth Annual Oak Street Po-Boy Fest set to satisfy Sunday

Colin Mahar, Staff Reporter

November 19, 2014

The eighth annual Oak Street Po-Boy Fest will be held from 10 a.m until 6.p.m. Sunday and will feature chefs from all over the city delivering their takes on the classic New Orleans sandwich. The event will take place on six blocks of Oak Street between Eagle Street and South Carrollton Avenue. In ad...

Method Man and Redman set to bring hard-hitting lyricism to House of Blues Tuesday

K. Matthew Correa, Staff Reporter

November 14, 2014

Hip-hop veterans Method Man and Redman will perform together at 10 p.m. Tuesday at House of Blues. Several opening acts will precede the duo’s set, including B-Real of west coast hip-hop outfit Cypress Hill and breakthrough Chicago rapper Mick Jenkins. Meth & Red’s chemistry has not only featured ...