The Tulane Hullabaloo

Bass Drum of Death brings explosive garage rock set to Siberia

K. Matthew Correa, Contributing Reporter

September 10, 2014

Bass Drum of Death’s performance on Tuesday at Siberia started off more like an underwhelming burn rather than an elbow-your-neighbor-in-the-face-before-the–band-even-gets-the-crowd-going sort of experience.With lead singer John Barrett’s vocals practically drowning in reverberations and more fuzz and fee...

G-Eazy returns to Republic and musical roots

G-Eazy returns to Republic and musical roots

SC O'Connell, Contributing Reporter

September 10, 2014

Rapper G-Eazy returned to New Orleans with a show Friday at The Republic. Gerald “G-Eazy” Gillum has performed in countless cities in the last several months on tour, but this show was more than just another stop along the way.“It’s like I’m coming full circle,” Gillum said a day before h...

DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist return the spirit of Zulu Nation to New Orleans

Evan Krupp, Contributing Reporter

September 10, 2014

DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist have taken on the honor and responsibility of commemorating Afrika Bambaataa, who is considered by many to be the Godfather of hip-hop as a genre and culture. They will perform at 8 p.m. on Sept. 16 at the House of Blues.As part of their Renegades of Rhythm tour, they will sp...

Restaurant Week offers New Orleans delicacies on a budget

Tyler Mead, Staff Reporter

September 10, 2014

One of the most painful ironies of a Tulane student's life is being surrounded by a culinary paradise and being too broke to afford anything more than Boot pizza.Luckily, it’s restaurant week. From Sept. 8-14, some of the best restaurants in New Orleans will be serving up multi-course meals for chea...

Preview: Delta Spirit

Bess Turner, Associate Copy Editor

September 10, 2014

Delta Spirit will play at One Eyed Jack’s Saturday, Sept. 13 at 9 p.m. The California band is promoting its fourth studio album, “Into The Wide,” which was released on Tuesday.The band got their start in 2007 with their first album, “Ode to Sunshine”. They gained popularity in 2012 with the r...

Newcomb Feminist Film Series to screen Obvious Child

Jenny Slate playing Brooklyn comedienne Donna Stern

Maricela Murillo, Senior Staff Reporter

September 10, 2014

The Newcomb Feminist Film Series will resume with a showing of “Obvious Child” at 7 p.m. Tuesday on the Newcomb Quad. Gillian Robespierre directed the movie which stars Jenny Slate, an SNL alumna, as Donna Stern; a female comedian in her 20s who winds up pregnant after a drunken one-night stand...

New Orleans restaurants offer college-budget meals without the college student scene

Tyler Mead, Staff Reporter Maricela Murillo

September 10, 2014

Though restaurants like Dat Dog and The Milk Bar hold a special place in Tulane students’ hearts, there are a myriad of other restaurants in the surrounding areas that merit attention. From dining available on a college budget to more expensive restaurants more suited for your visiting parents' wal...

Sarah Carr offers insight into the hidden workings of New Orleans school systems

Evan Krupp, Contributing Reporter

September 9, 2014

At 6:30 p.m. on Sept. 10 in Dixon Hall, the Tulane Reading Project will host a lecture by Sarah Carr, one of the nation’s most distinguished voices on education policy and reform – the first in a series of presentations aimed towards sparking discourse on these highly complex, hotly politicized topics. As a ...

“Data Shadows” cautions against web privacy

Laura Rostad, Contributing Reporter

September 7, 2014

The Carroll Gallery’s current exhibit, “Data Shadows,” offers a thought-provoking, original perspective of the Internet’s more elusive aspects. The show features the work of Assistant Professor of Photography AnnieLaurie Erickson and will run through Oct. 8.The attention-grabbing title piece allow...

The Queue 9/5/14

Angelica Nahalka, Contributing Reporter

September 5, 2014

"The Imitation Game”In Theaters: Nov. 21Benedict Cumberbatch returns to period-piece cinema as another austere and complex genius, this time Alan Turing, the mathematician and computer science pioneer who helped crack the Nazi’s Enigma code and turned the course of World War II in England’s fav...

NOMA offers wide range of exhibits for all patrons

Bess Turner, Contributing Reporter

September 5, 2014

With exhibits ranging from a Dutch and Finnish painting wing to a section dedicated to Oceanic pieces and even a Lichtenstein sculpture set at the entrance to welcome patrons, the New Orleans Museum of Art has much to offer by way of artistic entertainment. Visitors can enjoy a current feature on art in...

Cecily Strong proved weak at improv performance

Tyler Mead, Staff Reporter

August 29, 2014

Cecily Strong proved to have a mixed ability at Wednesday night’s show in McAlister Auditorium.The Saturday Night Live cast member was joined by two other improv performers for an hour-and-a-half show. Strong used a mix of scripted and improvised scenes which harshly contrasted each other.Strong c...