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Resident advisors get approved for vaccine

Resident advisors get approved for vaccine

Mike Weilandt, Staff Reporter 12 hours ago

Resident Advisors at Tulane University have now been approved by the state of Louisiana to begin receiving the COVID-19 vaccine from the university, per special request from the university. Since being...

Students describe adverse effects to productivity, mental health during quarantine

Students describe adverse effects to productivity, mental health during quarantine

Ellie Detert, Contributing Reporter 13 hours ago

At the onset of the spring 2021 semester, Tulane quarantine policies for contact-traced students changed from 14 days to a seven-day quarantine stay at the Hyatt Regency. Students are shuttled to the Hyatt...

TUPD Corporal Martinus Mitchum

TUPD Corporal Martinus Mitchum killed in off-campus shooting

Domenic Mesa, News Editor 2 days ago

Friday, Feb. 26, TUPD Officer Corporal Martinus Mitchum, 38, was fatally shot and killed while working a security detail at George Washington Carver High School in New Orleans. The shooting occurred following...

Black Tulanians continue to fight for recognition, anti-racism on campus

Black Tulanians continue to fight for recognition, anti-racism on campus

Emily Rubino, Staff Reporter 4 days ago

Tulane University was founded in 1834 and the first Black students to graduate were Deidre Dumas Labat and Reynold T. Décou in 1966 and 1967, respectively. Tulane did not admit their first Black students...

Karisma Price is a Cave Canem fellow from New Orleans currently teaching at Tulane University.

Professor spotlight: Karisma Price

Michael Weilandt, Contributing Reporter February 25, 2021

“New Orleans is a constant reminder that no matter where I go—despite destruction, distance, and time—just like my city, I am strong, resilient, and moving forward,” Tulane professor Karisma Price...

Tulane slow to meet Black Student Union’s July demands

Tulane slow to meet Black Student Union’s July demands

John Glover, Contributing Reporter February 25, 2021

Seven months have passed since Tulane’s Black Student Union, inspired by last summer’s wave of racial justice protests, issued a set of demands for Tulane’s administration. While tBSU called for...

Antonio Milton will be the first Black editor-in-chief of the Tulane Law Review.

Antonio Milton: Tulane Law Review’s first Black Editor-in-Chief

Sophie Brams, Staff Reporter February 24, 2021

Nearly six decades after the first Black student graduated from Tulane Law School, the Tulane Law Review has named its first Black editor-in-chief, Antonio Milton.  Milton, a second year Law student...

Tulane announces it will remain test-optional for 2021-22 applicants

Tulane announces it will remain test-optional for 2021-22 applicants

Sophie Brams, Staff Reporter February 17, 2021

Tulane’s Office of Admissions announced that the school would remain test optional for 2021-22 applicants. This means, for the second consecutive year, applicants will not be required to submit standardized...

A photo of the new TUPD site

Tulane takes first step toward new TUPD station on Broadway

Michael Weilandt, Contributing Reporter February 17, 2021

Tulane has taken the first steps toward increased Tulane University Police Department presence Uptown with the installation of a site trailer on the corner of Broadway and Zimpel Streets. The temporary...

Tulane Medical School faculty removed from position after suing for discrimination

Tulane Medical School faculty removed from position after suing for discrimination

Hannah Mayer, News Editor February 15, 2021

Dr. Princess Dennar, an administrator in the Tulane School of Medicine, sued Tulane University, alleging discrimination stemming from racism and sexism. Dennar was recently removed from her position as...

Tulane leadership discusses current sustainability efforts on campus

Tulane leadership discusses current sustainability efforts on campus

Ellie Detert, Contributing Reporter February 15, 2021

On Wednesday, Feb. 10, President Mike Fitts and a panel of Tulane leadership engaged in a Sustainability and Climate Action Town Hall, moderated by Ella Catherine Strahan, Undergraduate Student Government...

Campus Question: What are students doing for Mardi Gras?

Campus Question: What are students doing for Mardi Gras?

Hannah Mayer and Domenic Mesa, News Editors February 11, 2021

Name: Astrid Culp (she/her/hers) Year: Sophomore Mardi Gras Plans: No parties; maybe Yardi Gras if crowds aren't bad, and I will definitely take photos of myself in the outfits I would've worn....

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