The Tulane Hullabaloo

Newcomb Film Series opens up topic of female sexuality with ‘Pariah’

Julia Engel, Staff Reporter

October 3, 2014

As part of its Feminist Film Series, the Newcomb College Institute will be screening the untraditional film “Pariah” at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday.The Newcomb Feminist Film Series has been aiming to give the Tulane Community a c...

The Queue: October

Nina Belzer, Contributing Reporter

October 3, 2014

“Gone Girl”Oct. 3Kicking off October is “Gone Girl,” a mystery-thriller based off of Gillian Flynn’s best-selling novel of the same name. The book follows the disappearance of Amy Dunne and the subsequent police inves...

The supernatural struggle for control of NOLA in series two of “The Originals”

Nina Belzer, Contributing Reporter

October 3, 2014

Season two of “The Originals,” a spinoff of The CW’s hit series “The Vampire Diaries,” premieres Monday, Oct. 6 at 7 p.m.Set in New Orleans, the city itself is at the forefront of “The Originals.” The living members o...

Gretna Heritage Festival kicks off 20th anniversary

Sam Ergina, Staff Reporter

October 3, 2014

The Gretna Heritage Festival is an annual music and culture festival in Gretna, LA, across the Mississippi from New Orleans. The festival is October 3, 4 and 5 and will host acts such as Lynyrd Skynyrd, Joan Jett & the Blackhea...

St. Vincent sure to charge House of Blues with robotic ecstasy

Tyler Mead, Associate Arcade Editor

October 3, 2014

Bow down peasants, the robot goddess cometh. Otherworldly St. Vincent graces the House of Blues with its presence on Oct. 9.The current tour is in promotion of the band’s latest album, “St. Vincent.” Led by front woman Annie C...

‘Boombox Guy’ puts bounce in students’ steps

Sam Ergina, Staff Reporter

October 1, 2014

The age of the boombox, when huge speakers would blast music at incredible levels for all those around to hear, has faded in popularity over the last several decades. One student, however, refuses to let the old technology di...

Student starts Internet comedy series ‘Life is F.M.eral,’ draws inspiration from WTUL

Alec Schwartzman, Print Arcade Editor

October 1, 2014

Junior Jonathan Dale, an English major from Chicago, expected to follow the normal path of a Tulane student.“I was initially going to have an internship over the summer,” Dale said. “That’s what my parents wanted me to do...

Newcomb film series to screen ‘Pariah’

Julia Engel, Contributing Reporter

October 1, 2014

As part of its Feminist Film Series, the Newcomb College Institute will screen the unorthodox film “Pariah” 6:30 p.m. Tuesday for free in Freeman Auditorium in the Woldenberg Art Center. The Newcomb Feminist Film Series aim...

Ironsides Waffles delivers creative spin on breakfast staple

Colin Mahar, Staff Reporter

October 1, 2014

Every Tuesday and Wednesday at the corner of Freret Street and McAlister Drive, Ironsides Waffles lures in the Tulane student body with its eclectic yet delicious take on an iconic breakfast food. The truck operates from 9 a....

Lake Street Dive reflects on development before upcoming show

Laura Rostad, Staff Reporter

September 29, 2014

Lake Street Dive and Lucius will play at 8 p.m. Wednesday at Tipitina's.Led by rich and powerful vocals of Rachael Price, Lake Street Dive is a refreshingly original fusion of jazz, rock and soul-pop. Rounding out the quartet is u...

Lil Dicky proves as hilarious off-screen as on

Miles Tepper, Contributing Reporter

September 26, 2014

Anyone familiar with rapper and comedian Lil Dicky knows that he isn’t quite like any other rapper out there. The performer made sure of this at his show on Thursday at the House of Blues on the Professional Rapper Tour wit...

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