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  • Hard freeze expected for tuesday evening

    News

    Governor declares state of emergency over police shortage

  • Photo by the Tulane University Vietnamese Association

    Arcade

    How Tulanians celebrated Lunar New Year 2024

  • basketball

    Basketball

    Tulane men’s basketball’s struggles continue

  • The 2024 baseball season is officially underway

    Baseball

    Rasmussen, Welch lead Green Wave to start 2024 baseball season

  • OPINION | Love New Orleans after Mardi Gras

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    OPINION | Love New Orleans after Mardi Gras

  • OPINION | That’s all, folks: Warner Bros. Discovery chooses capital over cinema

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    OPINION | That’s all, folks: Warner Bros. Discovery chooses capital over cinema

  • Sika Dagbovie-Mullins, Joan Morgan and Regis M. Fox speak on a panel at the conference.

    News

    Tulane hosts 5th Biennial Black Women’s Health Conference

  • According to the Earth Island Journal, When the parade season ended in 2014, the New Orleans city government spent nearly $1.5 million to pick up about 1,500 tons of Mardi Gras-induced waste, consisting mostly of beads.

    News

    Poisonous plastic: Toxic truth about Mardi Gras beads

  • Graphic by Shivani Bondada

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    ‘Nimona’: Animated revolution in LGBTQ+ love, identity

  • OPINION | Traditional grading scales need reform, now

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    OPINION | Traditional grading scales need reform, now

  • A Philadelphia native, Moffa never saw New Orleans in her long-term plan. “I ended up staying in New Orleans for 14 years,” she said. “I always say my heart is still there. My husband and I just got married there in October.”

    News

    Nina Moffa alumni spotlight

  • Professors and students, like junior Isabelle Smith showed their love for New Orleans by joining in on the parade festivities.

    News

    ‘I really felt one with the city’: Professors, students reflect on parades

  • Louisiana musicians honored at 2024 Grammy Awards

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    Louisiana musicians honored at 2024 Grammy Awards

  • Cracking codes: Synbio club trailblazes CRISPR research

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    Cracking codes: Synbio club trailblazes CRISPR research

  • The Sawyer Seminar’s title, The New Green Wave: Reproductive Justice in the Gulf South and Beyond, is inspired by the Green Wave movement, a reproductive rights movement that advocates for expanded access to abortion throughout Latin America.

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    ‘The New Green Wave’: School of Liberal Arts to host reproductive rights seminar

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Student newspaper serving Tulane University, Uptown New Orleans

The Tulane Hullabaloo

Student newspaper serving Tulane University, Uptown New Orleans

The Tulane Hullabaloo

Clare Daniel on feminism

Clare Daniel on feminism

Leah Starr, Contributing Columnist March 22, 2023

With Women’s History Month in full swing, it is important to honor women’s achievements while acknowledging women who have not been given the same opportunities. Some women are not given the same...

Black experience beyond Black pain

Black experience beyond Black pain

Francisco Roman, Contributing Writer February 16, 2023

The Black American experience is one of the most complicated dichotomies in present day history. Repeatedly, Black individuals are met with the constant reminder that the country we reside in not only...

An Open Letter to Allies

An Open Letter to Allies

Akira Shelton, Contributing Columnist February 16, 2023

Dear Reader, I want to keep this opinion piece short and sweet. It’s bound to make you uncomfortable; I am a firm believer in the idea that being uncomfortable at times is the best way to learn,...

It happens here: Queerphobia at Tulane

It happens here: Queerphobia at Tulane

Hannah Petillo, Contributing Writer December 8, 2022

Thirty-two transgender people were murdered this year. Two hundred and thirty-eight explicitly anti-LGBT laws were introduced into state and federal legislatures in 2022 alone, a 580% increase from...

Lies and corruption surround 2022 World Cup

Lies and corruption surround 2022 World Cup

Jeremy Rosen, Sports Editor December 8, 2022

The 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar has been filled with drama and chaos off the field. Qatar had been a controversial choice to host the massive sporting event since they were selected over 12 years...

Pass the Green: Tulanes Cannabis Dilemma

Pass the Green: Tulane’s Cannabis Dilemma

Hailie Goldthorpe, Contributing Writer November 16, 2022

There’s something deeply troubling about Tulane University’s cannabis culture: it’s rooted in a passionate tangle between our lively party scene, white privilege and a distinct lack of resources...

Student Org Spotlight: Queer Student Alliance

Student Org Spotlight: Queer Student Alliance

Doxey Kamara, Intersections Editor November 2, 2022

The executive board of Tulane’s Queer Student Alliance agreed to an interview with The Tulane Hullabaloo. Ashley Muli, the QSA’s event coordinator, described the organization as a group which...

Student Org Spotlight: SOAR

Student Org Spotlight: SOAR

Doxey Kamara, Intersections Editor September 22, 2022

Tulane’s Students Organizing Against Racism, also known as SOAR, is a “multicultural group on campus dedicated to anti-racist organizing and community building.”  According to a statement...

Image courtesy of Tulanes Asian American Student Union.

Student Organization Spotlight: Asian American Student Union

Doxey Kamara, Intersections Editor September 14, 2022

In an interview with Aim Niamnud, the current president of Tulane University's Asian American Student Union, Niamnud described the AASU as a big, close-knit family of individuals who love celebrating...

U Up Rn? A Meditation on Hookup Culture

U Up Rn? A Meditation on Hookup Culture

Jeanette McKellar, Contributing Writer August 31, 2022

As a college-aged, female-identifying individual, your body exists as the strangest kind of currency that works both for and against you in the bizarre arena of collegiate hookup culture. To gain entrance...

What is Intersections? Letter from the Intersections Editor

What is Intersections? Letter from the Intersections Editor

Doxey Kamara, Intersections Editor August 24, 2022

As the summer season ends and Tulane University roars back to life, The Hullabaloo has started publishing content once again. Some content fits into self-explanatory sections such as Sports or News...

Emergency contraceptive weight limits facilitate medical fatphobia

Emergency contraceptive weight limits facilitate medical fatphobia

Ritisha Sharma, Intersections Editor April 29, 2022

  One in nine sexually experienced women have had to use an emergency contraceptive. The most common form of emergency contraception is Plan B, but it was not made to work on everybody. Plan...

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