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Swedish duo Cazzette to perform in New Orleans Saturday

Nina Belzer, Staff Reporter

September 4, 2015


Filed under Arcade, Music, Online Features

Although the Swedish duo Cazzette may be lumped into the EDM category, the last thing it wants to be called is an EDM group."We don't define our music with genres," Sebastian Furrer, co-founder of the band, said EDM is not the only thing we want to do. We don’t like being bound by genres."The band, f...

Pay like a student, eat like your parents are in town

Pay like a student, eat like your parents are in town

Taylor DeMulling, Contributing Reporter

August 30, 2015


Filed under Arcade, Online Features

There is no doubt about it: summers in the city are hot. There is one surefire way to stay cool, though — hitting up COOLinary New Orleans, a program that spans the length of August and offers an array of New Orleans' finest eateries to try.Beginning August 1, 80-plus restaurants offered excellent...

Poor ratings, broken promises hinder Jindal’s presidential possibility

Micheal Ossorguine, Contributing Reporter

August 19, 2015


Filed under Online Features, Views

The following is an opinion article and opinion articles do not reflect the views of The Tulane Hullabaloo.Bobby Jindal is not a popular politician. According to a Mississippi poll by Triumph Campaigns released in March, his approval ratings as governor of Louisiana are hovering at 27 percent. Bobby Jindal...

Court proceedings for Dukarm begin Friday afternoon

Kate Jamison, Online News Editor

June 19, 2015


Filed under Online Features

Nicole Dukarm, a Tulane junior charged with one count of negligent homicide, appeared in court on Friday for her first trial. Her bond was set at $50,000 according to the Orleans Parish Prison inmate booking information records. Her bond was received Friday around 2 p.m. from a Louisiana bail bond compa...

Two robberies reported Sunday within one mile of each other

Armando Marin, Online News Editor

April 12, 2015


Filed under Crime, News, Online Features

Two robberies were reported Sunday morning Uptown within one mile of each other. The first took place at 2:57 a.m. near the intersection of Willow and Adams streets and the second at 3:14 a.m. on the 2200 block of Lowerline Street. Tulane University Police Department issued a crime alert about both ...

Police conduct search for narcotics at Broadway Street residence, suspects at large

Armando Marin, Online News Editor

April 9, 2015


Filed under Crime, News, Online Features

Police conducted a low-risk search for narcotics around 11:15 a.m. Thursday at a residence at 2924 Broadway Street.A New Orleans Police Department spokesperson said two men and one woman ran out the backdoor while detectives were on the scene. Officers immediately set up a perimeter around the house. Th...

Man wearing gorilla mask robs Dat Dog

Armando Marin, Online News Editor

April 2, 2015


Filed under Crime, News, Online Features

An unknown man robbed Dat Dog around 11:40 p.m. Wednesday at 5030 Freret St.According to the New Orleans Police Department, the man entered the business wearing a gorilla mask and armed with a gun. He demanded that an employee give him money from the safe, and the employee complied. The subject then f...

Committee presents plans for university budget redesign at town hall

Robert Marchini, Staff Reporter

March 31, 2015


Filed under News, Online Features

Representatives from Huron Consulting, the firm developing a budget model for Tulane, participated in a town hall forum with faculty, staff, and administration March 11 to describe the current state of the budget redesign process.The process, which began in November, is expected to be completed by Jul...

Dining hall operations, selections in need of reform

Gabriel McBride, Contributing Writer

March 25, 2015


Filed under Online Features, Views

The following is an opinion piece and does not reflect the views of the Tulane HullabalooTulane’s on-campus dining experience, to put it simply, has room for improvement. The planned new three-floor dining hall, set to replace Bruff Commons, represents an opportunity to address several areas that are la...

Newly formed Progressive Voter Coalition endorses candidates for USG executive cabinet

Armando Marin, Online News Editor

March 16, 2015


Filed under News, Online Features, USG

The Progressive Voter Coalition has endorsed candidates for the Undergraduate Student Government executive cabinet elections. The PVC is a newly formed group of student organizations on campus who identify as having goals that align with a progressive agenda.Sophomore Abby Jones, one of the organizers of...

Undergraduate Student Government Executive Cabinet campaigns begin

Armando Marin, Online News Editor

March 13, 2015


Filed under News, Online Features, USG

Undergraduate Student Government Executive Cabinet campaigns began Thursday. Elections will take place from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday at vote.tulane.edu.The executive board consists of six elected position and four appointed positions. The elected positions, which constitute the executive cabinet, include President, Exe...

Update: Police arrest suspect in cemetery tomb for Tulane Cancer Center carjacking

Armando Marin, Online News Editor

March 13, 2015


Filed under Crime, News, Online Features

5:13 p.m. Update:New Orleans Police Department arrested 20-year-old Karl Jackson in connection with the carjacking that occurred Friday morning.The carjacked BMW was equipped with a tracking device that led officers to the intersection of North Villere and Conti streets, according to an NOPD press r...

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