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Letter from the Intersections Editor: Haters keep us famous

Shahamat Uddin, Intersections Editor May 15, 2020

“Shoutout to my haters, sorry you couldn’t phase me” - Nicki Minaj Among the things I planned on doing in college, writing for The Hullabaloo was not one of them. Writing for The Hullabaloo and...

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Two of the ‘Exonerated Five’ address Tulane Community

Cullen Fagan, Senior Staff Reporter March 11, 2020

This past Monday, Kevin Richardson and Raymond Santana, members of the “Exonerated Five,” spoke to a crowd of 750 in the McAlister Auditorium. The event was co-sponsored by the Office of Multicultural...

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Removing ‘Victory Bell’, Tulane does the bare minimum

Juharah Worku, Staff Writer March 5, 2020

The following is an opinion article and does not reflect the views of The Tulane Hullabaloo. It is unsurprising that the “Victory Bell,” revered by Tulane and integrated in the fabric of this university’s...

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Vote for those of us who can’t

Apoorva Verghese, Contributing Writer February 26, 2020

Around this time last year, my parents, my sister and I received our green cards. After 14 years, we finally became permanent residents of the U.S.  My clearest memory of our U.S. Citizenship and Immigration...

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I am not a threat

Frederick Bell, Contributing Writer February 19, 2020

The day started with a stressful presentation looming over my head.  It was for my major seminar class in political economy and had to be at least 30 minutes long. I got out of bed early around 7 a.m....

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OPINION: Super Bowl halftime show beautifully embraces Latinx culture

Megan Garcia, Intersections Editor February 12, 2020

Since Shakira and Jennifer Lopez performed at the Super Bowl, people around the country are angry about the “raunchiness” of the dancing and clothes. All over Facebook, comments speak of families skipping...

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‘A more just Tulane’: Black students fight for equity from segregation to present-day

Maiya Tate, Senior Staff Reporter February 5, 2020

Tulane admitted its first Black students in the fall of 1963.  In 2019 Tulane enrolled a record-high 92 Black students. A look back at the history of the Black student experience at Tulane allows for...

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Sexual abuse resources are neglecting victims of the Internet Age

Wash Fields, Contributing Writer January 29, 2020

The internet makes forming deep connections with people you’ve never met not only possible but also, for younger generations, expected. Online gaming, social media and online communities of niche interests...

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Tulane Student Health Center now provides free emergency contraceptives

Shahamat Uddin, Intersections Editor December 10, 2019

The Tulane Student Health Center (SHC) began providing free emergency contraceptives at its on-campus pharmacy Nov. 21. “Our decision on this was based on the need Students United for Reproductive...

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SURJ now offering free emergency contraceptives for Tulane community

Shahamat Uddin, Intersections Editor November 13, 2019

Tulane Students United for Reproductive Justice (SURJ) launched a partnership this past Saturday with community justice organization Reproductive Justice Action Collective (ReJAC) to provide free...

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‘I’m from the South’ isn’t an excuse to be racist

Shahamat Uddin, Intersections Editor November 13, 2019

The crisp crackle of fried pickles in my mouth, the loud cool Georgia winds singing me to sleep, and the kind warm smiles of strangers ready to turn family. These are the symbols of my Southern heritage,...

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Tulane Homecoming Color Run accused of cultural appropriation

Shahamat Uddin, Intersections Editor October 31, 2019

Sunshine yellows, blushing bright pinks, electric blues and cool emerald greens shower the atmosphere as celebrators of Holi sprint towards each other with fists of color in hand. With the end of winter...

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