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Community critique is form of caring

Community critique is form of caring
6 days ago

As has been noted in the past, Intersections has a history of attracting controversy through our content. As a section that prioritizes marginalized voices and points out the systemic flaws that create...

Building renaming efforts nationwide call into question who really belongs on campus

Building renaming efforts nationwide call into question who really belongs on campus
November 11, 2020

In 2017, three then-members of Undergraduate Student Government, Shahamat Uddin, Sonali Chadha and Juharah Worku created legislation to rename Hebert Hall on the academic quadrangle. Inspired by Student...

Voter suppression runs deep in American history

Voter suppression runs deep in American history
November 3, 2020

The 2020 presidential election hangs over the American people as both Republicans and Democrats rally one another to vote for their preferred candidates. Now more than ever, citizens understand the...

OPINION | Tulane’s hegemonic Jewish identity is exclusionary

OPINION | Tulane’s hegemonic Jewish identity is exclusionary
October 20, 2020

Tulane University is notable for many things: its high-intensity social life, prestigious academics and, as anyone familiar with Tulane will be able to point out, a large Jewish population.    The...

Faculty, student-led plays tackle social justice issues in Zoom productions

Faculty, student-led plays tackle social justice issues in Zoom productions
October 14, 2020

This Thursday, the Tulane Department of Theater and Dance will premiere REFRAMED 2020: five thought-provoking plays based on the social and political environment of 2020.    The plays, which...

QPOC comedian Jaboukie Young-White visits Tulane

QPOC comedian Jaboukie Young-White visits Tulane
October 4, 2020

This past Thursday, Tulane University Campus Programming hosted their first Zoom-based event: a Q&A session with comedian Jaboukie Young-White.    The Q&A was moderated by Tulane...

Sixth annual Shifting the Narrative tackles sexual, racial violence on campus

Sixth annual Shifting the Narrative tackles sexual, racial violence on campus
September 25, 2020

This past Wednesday, the sixth annual Shifting the Paradigm was hosted by the Office of Multicultural Affairs and Tulane’s Title IX office. The event, as part of the All In campaign to end sexual violence...

OPINION | Gender reveals must be left behind

gender
September 16, 2020

Over this past Labor Day weekend, a family in suburban southern California was preparing for what has become a ritual affair in America these days: a gender reveal party. Although this is not an uncommon...

Marginalized communities are paying steeper price for Hurricane Laura

Marginalized communities are paying steeper price for Hurricane Laura
September 9, 2020

On Aug. 27, Hurricane Laura made landfall in Louisiana. Since then, irreversible damage has been done to affected communities primarily in southwest Louisiana and southeast Texas. Although Laura largely...

Abolish IFCPH movement gains steam on campus

Emma Vaughters | Senior Staff Artist
September 2, 2020

This summer, several Instagram accounts centered around the abolition and removal of Greek life organizations, specifically Interfraternity Council and National Panhellenic Conference organizations on...

Coronavirus precautions should not come at expense of inclusivity

Coronavirus precautions should not come at expense of inclusivity
September 2, 2020

For several years, Paterson Residence Hall has served as the home for communal bathroom-style gender-affirmative housing on Tulane’s campus, as well as the Kaleidoscope Residential Learning Community....

Sights for sore eyes: safe eclipse viewing choices

Solar Eclipse
August 21, 2017

From 12-2 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 21, the moon will pass in front of the sun, producing a total solar eclipse, the first in the U.S. since 1979. The moon will go between the sun and earth for a duration...

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