The Tulane Hullabaloo

Extensive security protocol arranged for Yulman Stadium

Kate Jamison, Print News Editor

September 4, 2014


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Tulane University Police Department, New Orleans Police Department and three different third-party security companies will provide security at Yulman Stadium, TUPD Superintendent Jon Barnwell said. Inside the stadium, SMG employees will be the authority interacting with fans, along with their contract...

A Brief History of Tulane’s Football Culture

Maggie Herman, Senior Staff Reporter

September 4, 2014


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The opening of Yulman Stadium this Saturday marks a new era of tailgating and tradition for Tulane University. Tulane has not had its own stadium for almost 40 years since the old Tulane Stadium closed in 1974.After the 1974 football season, Tulane demolished the stadium and relocated football to the Mer...

Yulman concesssions to include local and traditional stadium fare

David Gourley, Contributing Reporter

September 4, 2014


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A variety of dining options, ranging from stadium favorites to classic New Orleans cuisine, will be sold at Yulman Stadium on game day.  Sodexo Area Marketing Manager Angela Randall said that the food will reflect the local culture of the city. “As Yulman Stadium opens this Saturday, food and bevera...

Student committed suicide in Warren House, reports indicate

Kate Jamison, Print News Editor

September 3, 2014


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A student was found dead today in Warren House. According to multiple reports, the death appears to be a suicide.Tulane University Police Department Superintendent Jon Barnwell declined to comment and said the New Orleans Police Department was handling the investigation.NOPD Spokesperson Frank Robertson al...

Three sexual assualts reported to TUPD over Labor Day Weekend

Kate Jamison, Print News Editor

September 2, 2014


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Three sexual assault cases were reported to Tulane University Police Department over the Labor Day weekend according to the TUPD daily activity report. A Tulane affiliate reported being sexually assaulted at 1:53 p.m. on Sunday at an off campus location in Florida.  A female reported that she was r...

Trash to Treasure raises $12,500 in first annual sale

Darian Hummel, Contributing Reporter

August 31, 2014


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Trash to Treasure, a new non-profit organization at Tulane, made its debut sale during this year’s fall move-in weekend. The sale, which was held Aug. 22-24 in the Lab Theatre in McWilliams Hall, raised $12,500, exceeding the original goal of $5,000.Founder Anne Bevis said the program aims to protect...

Update: TUPD Superintendent confirms off-campus death Friday

Emma Discher, Senior Reporter

August 30, 2014


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Tulane University Police Department Superintendent Jon Barnwell confirmed reports of an off-campus death Friday night. Barnwell said TUPD cannot provide any additional information and that the Division of Student Affairs is involved in the case.  “There was a death off campus last night,” Barnwell sa...

Student Health Services expands condom distribution, institutes new policies

Amanda Verdi, Contributing Reporter

August 29, 2014


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Condom dispensers will soon appear in many residence halls on campus in accordance with a new policy implemented by Tulane Student Health Services.The dispensers will be located in Wall Residential College, Paterson House, Irby House, Mayer Residences, Warren House, Weatherhead Hall, Josephine Louise H...

College students use hashtag to ask celebrities to pay their tuition

Angelica Nahalka, Contributing Reporter

August 27, 2014


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If Matt Damon and Kate Moss can suffer through the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, maybe they can pay your tuition costs too. Using the hashtag #PayMyTuitionChallenge, college students are utilizing Twitter to ask celebrities, CEOs and other wealthy individuals to pay their tuition costs, similar to how the A...

Michael Moore to serve as professor-in-residence in Weatherhead Hall

Olivia Manz, Staff Reporter

August 27, 2014


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Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering Michael Moore and his family moved in to Weatherhead Hall in July to serve as the professor-in-residence for the living-learning community. Moore said that he was excited about the idea of professors living as part of undergraduate communities since he first learned of them...

Tobacco ban applies to electronic cigarettes despite inconclusive evidence

David Gourley, Contributing Reporter

August 27, 2014


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Tulane's tobacco-free campus policy bans the use of electronic cigarettes on campus. E-cigarettes a popular aid in quitting smoking and their use is on the rise among young people, according to the National Youth Tobacco Survey published August 20.  E-cigarettes are a relatively new product on the m...

Ramirez-Montagut takes on role as director of Newcomb Art Gallery

Franny Hocking, Contributing Reporter

August 27, 2014


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Monica Ramirez-Montagut took over as the director of Newcomb Art Gallery. She was chosen for the job because of her experience in visual arts, performing arts and architecture.Before she accepted the directorship, she studied architecture in Mexico City, worked as the assistant curator for architecture ...

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