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USG vice president of academic affairs candidate forum: Shahmeer Hashmat

USG vice president of academic affairs candidate forum: Shahmeer Hashmat

March 18, 2019


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Editor’s Note: The following questions were posed by the PVC, a group of progressive student organization leaders that hold a forum and endorse USG Executive Board candidates. The organization was formerly known as The Progressive Voter Coalition and was deferred for a name change due to a USG bylaw t...

USG presidential candidate forum: Joseph Sotile

USG presidential candidate forum: Joseph Sotile

March 18, 2019


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Editor’s Note: The following questions were posed by the PVC, a group of progressive student organization leaders that hold a forum and endorse USG Executive Board candidates. The organization was formerly known as The Progressive Voter Coalition and was deferred for a name change due to a USG bylaw t...

USG presidential candidate forum: Frederick Bell

USG presidential candidate forum: Frederick Bell

March 18, 2019


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Editor’s Note: The following questions were posed by the PVC, a group of progressive student organization leaders that hold a forum and endorse USG Executive Board candidates. The organization was formerly known as The Progressive Voter Coalition and was deferred for a name change due to a USG bylaw t...

USG presidential candidate forum: Allison Foster

USG presidential candidate forum: Allison Foster

March 18, 2019


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Editor’s Note: The following questions were posed by the PVC, a group of progressive student organization leaders that hold a forum and endorse USG Executive Board candidates. The organization was formerly known as The Progressive Voter Coalition and was deferred for a name change due to a USG bylaw t...

NOLA news in brief

NOLA news in brief

Melissa Rosenthal, Contributing Reporter

March 14, 2019


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While carnival season may have concluded, crimes, tragedies and joyous festivals alike continued during spring break. Three stabbings and six shootings were reported by the New Orleans Police last weekend. This past weekend, New Orleans officials stated that several killings transpired...

Does housing fit the needs of all students?

Does housing fit the needs of all students?

Michael Chen, Associate News Editor

March 14, 2019


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A month ago, returning students received the same email, titled "Apply for Housing for 2019-2020 Today!" While all students across campus must decide where they will live next school year, the process for some comes with fewer options and more factors to consider than most.   For stude...

Tarana Burke brings #MeToo to Tulane

Tarana Burke brings #MeToo to Tulane

Kila Moore, News Editor

March 13, 2019


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In January 2018, Tulane University’s campus-wide climate survey revealed that two out of every five undergraduate women had experienced some form of sexual assault — one of the highest rates in the nation. Since the release of this data, the university has launched several initiatives to ...

Art history fees frustrate students, improve classroom experience

Art history fees frustrate students, improve classroom experience

Lydia Woolley, Contributing Reporter

March 13, 2019


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For most science, technology, engineering and math majors, course fees are an unavoidable expense. For every lab, students pay anywhere between $20-200 and engage every week with the materials that their money goes toward. Outside of labs and the fine arts, there are few courses that charge their stude...

Report: Tulane senior killed, struck by tire on I-10

Report: Tulane senior killed, struck by tire on I-10

Canela López, Senior Staff Writer

March 6, 2019


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On Tuesday, March 5, Tulane senior Margaret “Meg” Maurer was struck and killed by the tire of an 18-wheeler outside of a rest stop on Interstate 10 in Mississippi.According to an article published by NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune, Gautier police report Maurer and two friends were returning from ...

USG makes strides to improve student life

USG makes strides to improve student life

Nile Pierre, News Editor

February 27, 2019


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Undergraduate Student Government has introduced a number of initiatives this semester to improve student life. Most recently, USG has focused legislative efforts on the Howard-Tilton Memorial Library, refillable water bottle stations and the Know Your Rights Week campaign. In the midst...

Nola News in Brief

Nola News in Brief

Amy Nankin, Associate News Editor

February 27, 2019


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People are packing the French Quarter more by the day, the sea of beads make the roads underneath unrecognizable, and Tulane students have left the frozen food aisles of local grocery stores desolate, so it is safe to say that Mardi Gras 2019 is in full swing. As festival season takes over the city, how...

Professor Profile: Michael Hogg bridges gap between academia, real world

Professor Profile: Michael Hogg bridges gap between academia, real world

Michael Chen, Associate News Editor

February 21, 2019


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When one glances at Professor Michael Hogg’s curriculum vitae, it is immediately clear that he has spent a significant portion of his life dedicated to Tulane University. Earning his Bachelor’s degree in economics and history in 1980, Hogg moved on to simultaneously earn his Masters in Business Ad...

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