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New Orleans black population still displaced

Kathryne LeBell, Views Editor

August 26, 2015


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The following is an opinion article and opinion articles do not reflect the views of The Tulane Hullabaloo.New Orleans is a smaller, wealthier and whiter city than it was at the beginning of 2005. Hurricane Katrina brought about a wave of effects that led to a different environment and distribution of...

FEMA funds used improperly

Sarah Simon, Contributing Reporter

August 26, 2015


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The following is an opinion article and opinion articles do not reflect the views of The Tulane Hullabaloo.This month, we look back at Hurricane Katrina. This period is remembered for two aspects of reconstruction: objectively terrible federal policy and heroic grassroots humanitarian aid.At Tulane U...

Continued loss of coastal land risks natural disaster

Kathryne LeBell, Views Editor

August 26, 2015


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The following is an opinion article and opinion articles do not reflect the views of The Tulane Hullabaloo.Ten years ago, Hurricane Katrina struck the Louisiana coastline in what was one of the most disastrous natural events in recent history. Coincidentally, roughly 1,900 square miles of surrounding we...

In the new school year, all eyes are on Fitts

Kathryne LeBell, Views Editor

August 19, 2015


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The following is an opinion article and opinion articles do not reflect the views of The Tulane Hullabaloo.The end of August brings in a sudden flood of new and returning students, fresh-faced from a summer away from classes. Returners will notice a number of new features on campus, including an art mu...

New Orleans schools must improve AP programs

Kristine Totanes, Contributing Reporter

August 19, 2015


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The following is an opinion article and opinion articles do not reflect the views of The Tulane Hullabaloo.New Orleans public schools surpassed Louisiana’s 31 percent passing rate for Advanced Placement exams, but the average passing rate for the district, at 37 percent, was still abysmally low. D...

Poor ratings, broken promises hinder Jindal’s presidential possibility

Micheal Ossorguine, Contributing Reporter

August 19, 2015


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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...

Important resources for new students

Editorial Staff

August 19, 2015


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Adjusting to college life is not easy. Among the more difficult changes is grappling with a new environment away from family and friends. There are a number of campus services, however, that help make this transition easier.First and foremost, your resident advisor is going to be one of your most valuable...

Rushed living wage decision detracts from solution

Anna Johnson, Contributing Reporter

August 19, 2015


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The following is an opinion article and opinion articles do not reflect the views of The Tulane Hullabaloo.On Aug. 6, demonstrators gathered on the steps of City Hall in New Orleans to rally for an increase in the city’s minimum wage. That same day, City Councilman Jared Brossett is credited for l...

Tulane should address symbols of Confederate past

Sarah Simon, Contributing Reporter

August 19, 2015


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The following is an opinion article and opinion articles do not reflect the views of The Tulane Hullabaloo.As Tulane students, we hear the name Gibson every day. We log onto Gibson Online to register for classes and access important information. We attend classes in Gibson Hall. We take this name for gra...

Letter from the editor: New Hullabaloo staff begins with the new year

Emma Discher, Editor-in-Chief

May 28, 2015


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A new staff is taking over The Hullabaloo for the coming school year to fulfill the duties of being the eyes and ears of the Tulane Community. Since the staff starts with the incoming freshman class, it only seems appropriate to introduce them in the same way.The staff will be a bit bigger because of...

A Hullabaloo Sign Off

Brendan Lyman, Contributing Reporter

May 28, 2015


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The following is an opinion article and opinion articles do not reflect the views of The Tulane Hullabaloo. As I was preparing the final Views Section of the year, and my final as an editor, the thought occurred to me to do one more article with advice to underclassmen, but the truth is I didn’t fe...

President Fitts Deserves More Credit For First Year

Rachel Schor, Views Editor

May 28, 2015


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The following is an opinion article and opinion articles do not reflect the views of The Tulane Hullabaloo. Before I interviewed President Michael Fitts, I did not have a definite opinion about him, though many students vocalized their strong impressions of the new president. After interviewing him...

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