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OPINION| Examining bias in censorship on Israel/Palestine

OPINION| Examining bias in censorship on Israel/Palestine

Ori Tsameret, Intersections Editor 15 hours ago

On Saturday, Feb. 20th, NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” premiered as usual, featuring, as always, a litany of sketches performed by the ensemble cast and celebrity guest host. As part of their usual...

How to be anti-racist at a racist institution

How to be anti-racist at a racist institution

Emrey Broyles, Staff Writer February 25, 2021

Tulane University, like many institutions of higher education, works tirelessly to uphold a spotless reputation as a progressive center for the advancement of knowledge. Whether intentional or not,...

Vice President Joe Biden gives remarks at the U.S. - China Climate Leaders Summit, held at the JW Marriott hotel, in Los Angeles, California, Sept. 16, 2015. Also in attendance is Mayor Eric Garcetti of Los Angeles. (Official White House Photo by David Lienemann)

OPINION | Biden may not be savior Cancer Alley needs

Ori Tsameret, Intersections Editor February 17, 2021

Between Baton Rouge and New Orleans, along the Mississippi River, lies the area commonly referred to as “Cancer Alley.” This region, including both the previously mentioned cities and the riv er...

Self-expression outside of the gender binary should be celebrated

Self-expression outside of the gender binary should be celebrated

Kennedy Walker, Contributing Writer February 10, 2021

It was just another day of scrolling through TikTok mindlessly when I came upon some people expressing a desire to be feminine in the ways that men are. Immediately, I began to do a mental dive into...

SOPHIE leaves behind her a legacy of futuristic transness

SOPHIE leaves behind her a legacy of futuristic transness

Ori Tsameret, Intersections Editor February 3, 2021

This past Saturday, I opened my Twitter feed to a torrent of tweets about pop artist Sophie Xeon, better known as her mononymous stage name SOPHIE. Intrigued by the melancholy nostalgia of the tweets,...

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OPINION | In controversial move, Israeli NGO critiques Israel as “apartheid”

Ori Tsameret, Intersections Editor January 27, 2021

On Monday, Jan. 18, Israeli nongovernmental organization B’Tselem issued a tweet publicizing their report describing the material reality of Jewish Israelis and Palestinians as “apartheid.” The...

OPINION | Politics should focus on solidarity, not representation

OPINION | Politics should focus on solidarity, not representation

Ori Tsameret, Intersections Editor January 20, 2021

On Jan. 10, Vogue magazine placed Vice President Kamala Harris on the cover of its latest issue. The photo, shot by photographer Tyler Mitchell, who is known for having shot other notable figures,...

Community critique is form of caring

Community critique is form of caring

Ori Tsameret, Intersections Editor November 18, 2020

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

Ori Tsameret, Intersections Editor 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

Emrey Broyles and Noah LeJeune 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

Ori Tsameret, Intersections Editor 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

Ori Tsameret, Intersections Editor 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...

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