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Tulane freshman runs Meme Dream Team Instagram page with nearly 30,000 followers

Tulane freshman runs Meme Dream Team Instagram page with nearly 30,000 followers

Campbell Lutz, News Editor

September 20, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

Many students use social media as a diversion, but few are able to gain much traction. One freshman at Tulane, however, has been able to build a successful meme page. Julia Sterling, a freshman who wants to study computer science, music and linguistics, single-handedly runs the Meme Dream Team Instagra...

Kavanaugh’s confirmation must be postponed to address accusations

Kavanaugh’s confirmation must be postponed to address accusations

Quinn Burke, Staff Writer

September 20, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Views

Trump’s second Supreme Court nominee threatens to reverse incredible progress made regarding sexual violence and misconduct in the U.S. Judge Brett Kavanaugh currently faces sexual assault allegations for an incident that occurred when he was 17 years old. Even after the #MeToo movement, many still...

Tulane’s HTML takes action towards demand for librarians of color by creating new fellowship program

Tulane’s HTML takes action towards demand for librarians of color by creating new fellowship program

Hugo Fajardo, Intersections Editor

September 19, 2018


Filed under Features, Intersections, Showcase

Information is more accessible now than ever before. With a digital landscape on the internet that has no limits to how much information or data can be stored, anyone has the resources to get exactly the information they want with the tap of a finger on a screen. This is, however, creating a decrease...

Best fried chicken in NOLA for the fried chicken fiend

Best fried chicken in NOLA for the fried chicken fiend

Harrison Thorn, Senior Staff Reporter

September 19, 2018


Filed under Arcade, Food, Showcase

We can think of few things more satisfying than biting through crispy fried chicken skin and into the juicy chicken that lies underneath. Ordering Raising Cane’s and Popeyes will give you a satisfactory meal, but we can do better. Being in the South, and especially in New Orleans, Tulane students ha...

Athletics, Sodexo start Grilleing at Yulman Stadium

Athletics, Sodexo start Grilleing at Yulman Stadium

Kila Moore and Grant Barnes

September 19, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Yulman Stadium has been the pride of the Tulane Athletics community for several years. Now, with the opening of the new “Green Wave Grille,” the Stadium will serve yet another purpose for the Athletics department as it takes on the role of an athlete’s kitchen.The “Green Wave Grille,” as it ...

Campus set to have Blue Bikes hub in 2019

Campus set to have Blue Bikes hub in 2019

Sanjali De Silva, Senior Staff Reporter

September 14, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

Tuesday night, the Undergraduate Student Government passed a resolution that supports the construction of a Blue Bikes station on campus.Blue Bikes launched as New Orlean's first bike share in December of 2017. Since it's launch, the program has expanded through the Garden District and into parts of...

Football Season 101: Tackling the touchdown and the tailgate

Football Season 101: Tackling the touchdown and the tailgate

Adelaide Basco, Senior Staff Reporter

September 13, 2018


Filed under Arcade, Campus Life, Showcase

Grab your fanny packs and slap on your dad caps, everyone – it’s time for tailgating season. Preparing to have the best tailgate experience possible can be stressful to those of us new to the pastime, so use this handy guide to have fun, no matter what the weather looks like!    Wear sh...

Hollywood or Hollygrove? Bounce music, Drake, and culture-vulturing collide and create discussions

Hollywood or Hollygrove? Bounce music, Drake, and culture-vulturing collide and create discussions

Hugo Fajardo, Intersections Editor

September 13, 2018


Filed under Features, Intersections, Showcase

“Bounce music is New Orleans, New Orleans is bounce music,” junior Satchel Joseph said. “I think it’s difficult for others to understand, but it holds a significant place in the development of New Orleans hip-hop.”New Orleans as a city is widely-regarded as having its own identity...

Diverging paths: shedding a spotlight on a freshman’s transition into Tulane

Diverging paths: shedding a spotlight on a freshman’s transition into Tulane

Carrigan English, Sports Editor

September 13, 2018


Filed under Basketball, Showcase, Sports

No matter what year they are or where they come from, most Tulane students can recall their transition into college. From attending Yell for Yulman to touching the bell after the President’s convocation, New Student Orientation represented the transition into adulthood. Tulane’s freshmen student-athle...

Remembering Nwachukwu Frank Ukadike: Author and Tulane professor dies at 68

Remembering Nwachukwu Frank Ukadike: Author and Tulane professor dies at 68

Jonathon Marks, Senior Staff Reporter

September 13, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

“His life was a huge sort of inspiration to a lot of black students here on campus, particularly African students, Nigerian students, students from different parts of Africa,” Tosin Gbogi, a poet and graduate student in linguistics, said.All professors strive to engage with students and leave an educatio...

Tulane should allow films like Roe v Wade to be shot on campus

Tulane should allow films like Roe v Wade to be shot on campus

Marcus Maldonado, Contributing Reporter

September 13, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Views

Tulane should allow controversial films, including those like “Roe v. Wade,” to be filmed on campus. The ideal of free expression has long been touted as a fundamental principle of any properly functioning democracy.  In order for the truth to rise to the top, individuals must be free to debate, discuss...

Green or blue bubble: Android vs. iPhone debate sparks controversy

Green or blue bubble: Android vs. iPhone debate sparks controversy

Nurah Lambert, Arcade Editor

September 6, 2018


Filed under Arcade, Campus Life, NOLA, Showcase

iOS versus Android is arguably the most stirring, long standing debate since the blue/black vs. white/gold dress conspiracy. As the dominant culture of tech-savvy, smartphone-toters gets more advanced with each new tech-cessory, new Tesla controversy or new Apple announcement, an important question remains: w...

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