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

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    ‘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

  • OPINION | Louisiana book bans target more than just literature

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    OPINION | Louisiana book bans target more than just literature

  • Hip-hop figurehead J Dilla turns 50

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    Hip-hop figurehead J Dilla turns 50

  • The Oscars: Women to watch in 2024

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    The Oscars: Women to watch in 2024

  • Senior Sophi Tomasulo hands out free drug testing kits by the Lavin-Bernick Center.

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    TEMS, students push for drug harm reduction around Mardi Gras

  • Patrick Mahomes and Brock Purdy set to face off in Las Vegas for Super Bowl LVIII.

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    Tulane Hullabaloo’s ultimate guide to Super Bowl LVIII

  • New changes to the FAFSA application will change how Tulane delivers financial aid packages in 2024-2025.

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    Tulane clarifies confusion over FAFSA application

  • OPINION | So long, Sodexo

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    OPINION | So long, Sodexo

  • OPINION | How civil wars start

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    OPINION | How civil wars start

  • Tulane Chabad hosted its largest Shabbat 1000 celebration, seeing around 1,500 Jewish and non-Jewish students gather to celebrate in honor of the victims of Oct. 7.

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    Chabad hosts Tulane’s largest Shabbat

  • Heavy storms flooded Willow St. to almost knee-length on Saturday night.

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    Heavy rain, turbine outage leads to flooding, cars stranded

  • A chemical spill in Stern Hall on Monday morning forced students and faculty to evacuate the building.

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    One hospitalized, Stern Hall evacuated after chemical spill

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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

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.

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

Rosemary Mulvey, Contributing Writer February 7, 2024

The Tulane University School of Liberal Arts has been selected to host a year-long Sawyer Seminar this upcoming fall on campus. A $225,000 grant from the Mellon Foundation accompanies the award to...

Senior Sophi Tomasulo hands out free drug testing kits by the Lavin-Bernick Center.

TEMS, students push for drug harm reduction around Mardi Gras

Ryann Goldberg, Staff Writer February 7, 2024

Tulane University’s reputation as a party school rings true on any given weekend, but it is especially true during Mardi Gras. However, with the escalating fentanyl crisis in the United States, drug...

New changes to the FAFSA application will change how Tulane delivers financial aid packages in 2024-2025.

Tulane clarifies confusion over FAFSA application

Lillian Foster, Staff Writer February 7, 2024

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid has been modified to ease the process for college applicants, but some of the changes have left students confused.   The FAFSA Simplification...

Tulane Chabad hosted its largest Shabbat 1000 celebration, seeing around 1,500 Jewish and non-Jewish students gather to celebrate in honor of the victims of Oct. 7.

Chabad hosts Tulane’s largest Shabbat

Eliana Markowitz, Contributing Writer February 7, 2024

Rabbi Leibel Lipskier and his wife Mushka Lipskier hosted Tulane Chabad’s largest Shabbat dinner last Friday, Feb. 2.    Shabbat 1000 is an annual event that draws crowds of Jewish and...

A chemical spill in Stern Hall on Monday morning forced students and faculty to evacuate the building.

One hospitalized, Stern Hall evacuated after chemical spill

Lindsay Ruhl, Breaking News Editor February 5, 2024

A chemical spill in Percival Stern Hall forced students and faculty to evacuate the building for roughly six hours beginning Monday morning until the school issued an all-clear by 3:05 p.m.    Tulane...

Young Americans are facing the newest battlefield of the Israel/Palestine war on their phones.

Americans experiencing Israel-Hamas war through their phones

Olivia Warren, News Editor January 24, 2024

The latest battleground in the Israel-Hamas conflict is on your phone.  Social media is the new proxy war of public opinion among young Americans. Instagram accounts have new identities shaped...

Plagiarism detections have risen at Tulane since the emergence of ChatGPT and other forms of AI.

Authentic or artificial? AI complicates plagiarism detection

Gretchen Deutsch, Contributing Writer January 24, 2024

Last year, senior Jacob Friedman submitted a discussion post that was flagged for plagiarism. A professor accused him of using artificial intelligence, he said.    But Friedman insisted...

Girls open their sorority bids on the LBC lawn after a week of recruitment events.

Flu, Fizz dominate recruitment

Ellie Cowen, News Editor January 24, 2024

Hundreds of young women squeeze into the Lavin-Bernick Center in mid-morning on Jan. 14. Most are eager to open the letter that awaits them; others are anxious. A symphony of coughs and sniffles runs...

“We now have the opportunity to bring this monumental building into the present and to reimagine it around the best aspects of interdisciplinary education for Tulane students of generations to come,” Brian Edward, the dean of Tulane’s school of liberal arts, said.

Newcomb Hall renovations announced

Diego Trevino, Contributing Writer January 24, 2024

Newcomb Hall, Tulane University’s primary center for liberal arts, will undergo a major remodeling starting in summer 2024. The renovation was originally scheduled to be completed in late 2021 or...

Levin discussed his experience with a group of Tulane University students on Nov. 30 at an event hosted by Hillel.

Yarin Levin spoke with students last month about Hamas terrorist attack

Ethan Lenkin, Contributing Writer December 14, 2023

Yarin Levin is a 24-year-old former Israel Defense Forces combat officer living in Israel who, on Oct. 7, witnessed the most deadly day for Jewish people since the Holocaust.    Levin attended...

Hard freeze expected for tuesday evening

Tulane names Jon Sumrall new head football coach

Lindsay Ruhl, Breaking News Editor December 8, 2023

Tulane University unveiled its new head football coach, Jon Sumrall, from Troy University on Friday.   Sumrall will lead the Green Wave to a new beginning after former Tulane head football coach...

Pro-Palestine and pro-Israel protestors clashed on Freret Street Thursday, Oct. 26, 2023. Three students were assaulted and several were arrested, Tulane said.

Education department opens federal investigation into Tulane after fight at Israel-Palestine protest

Martha Sanchez, Managing Editor December 8, 2023

The Department of Education is investigating Tulane University for a possible violation of civil rights after a pro-Palestine rally on Freret Street in October turned briefly violent and left several...

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