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Tulane Coach Willie Fritz and players celebrate the historic Cotton Bowl win.

Tulane celebrates football season with parade

Mark Keplinger, Staff Writer 3 days ago

Following Tulane University’s historic football season which included a 12-2 record, a conference championship and a victory in the Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic, the school held a celebration for...

The new artificial intelligence chatbot Chat GPT is gaining popularity across the country and alarming some universities, who fear it could lead to more plagiarism.

As ChatGPT flourishes, university debates its merits

Martha Sanchez, News Editor 3 days ago

Students packed the class and dared the computer to compose a poem.    “Write a limerick,” they typed.    Easy.   “Write a sonnet,” they typed next.    Fourteen...

Tulane’s Director of Admission Engagement Owen Knight competed on season 43 of Survivor, a reality competition that boasts a prize of $1 million.

Tulane Spotlight: Survivor edition

Aidan McCahill, Associate News Editor 3 days ago

This past fall, millions watched one of Tulane University’s own compete for $1 million on CBS. Director of Admission Engagement Owen Knight participated in season 43 of “Survivor”, a reality...

Tulane’s Office of University Registrar revealed a new audit system last week called “Degree Works Dashboard.”

Registrar unveils new audit system

Julia Goldman, Contributing Writer 3 days ago

Last week, Tulane University’s Office of University Registrar unveiled an updated audit system that offers more user-friendly features for students to view their graduation requirements.    The...

Two suspects in a series of armed robberies last week have been arrested, Tulane University Police announced Tuesday.

Armed robbery suspects arrested, TUPD stresses continued vigilance

Claire Henry, Contributing Writer 4 days ago

The New Orleans Police Department arrested two suspects on Tuesday who they believe are responsible for two armed robberies on Hillary Street that rattled students returning to campus last week.    The...

TUPD reports drugging at fraternity house

TUPD reports drugging at fraternity house

Olivia Warren, Associate News Editor January 22, 2023

On Friday, a female student reported an incident of “substance-facilitated assault” at a fraternity party, according to the Tulane University Police Department.   The victim told TUPD...

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5 headlines you might have missed over break

Martha Sanchez, News Editor January 18, 2023

TUPD increases patrols after armed robberies   The Tulane University Police Department is increasing patrols in off-campus neighborhoods after a carjacking and two armed robberies unnerved...

Renovation on floor three and four of Howard-Tilton undergo construction throughout the semester.

Library renovation noise expected throughout semester

Hannah Levitan, News Editor January 18, 2023

Tulanians may have to reconsider their go-to study spots this semester as the Howard-Tilton Memorial Library undergoes a semester-long renovation project on the third and fourth floors. Construction...

New Orleans crime

TUPD reports 2 armed robberies early Sunday

Aidan McCahill, Associate News Editor January 15, 2023

Early Sunday morning, three students were victims of an armed robbery in the 1100 Block of Hillary Street, while three more students were robbed in the 1500 block of Hillary Street, Tulane University...

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Student carjacked on Broadway, TUPD says

Martha Sanchez, News Editor January 13, 2023

A student was carjacked at the intersection of Broadway and Birch Streets early Friday morning Tulane University Police said.    Police said a student parked their vehicle outside their...

In a letter emailed to all students, Woodley said the article caused pain and outrage, and she denounced antisemitism, anti-Blackness and all forms of discrimination. 

Dean of Students addresses article defending rapper Ye

Martha Sanchez, News Editor January 12, 2023

Dean of Students Erica Woodley on Thursday addressed a recent online opinion article in which a student defended antisemitic comments from the rapper Ye, formerly known as Kanye West.    In...

A sign advertising the New Orleans Book Festival hangs over McAlister Place last year.

Watergate reporter Carl Bernstein headlines 2023 Book Fest

Martha Sanchez, News Editor December 9, 2022

Watergate reporter Carl Bernstein and former New York Times Editor Dean Baquet will headline the second annual Tulane University Book Festival this spring.    From March 9 to 11, authors...

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