The Tulane Hullabaloo

Design Gallery

Navigate Left
Navigate Right
  • Streamers and confetti rain down on graduates at the conclusion of the ceremony on Saturday, May 19, 2018. Courtesy of Paula Burch-Celentano, Tulane University

  • Donors are able to "earmark" their donations to fund certain projects across campus.

    Sanjali De Silva | Senior Staff Artist

  • The EMPIRE exhibit, the last exhibit of the year in Newcomb Art Museum, opened on April 13. EMPIRE honors New Orleans' tricentennial, highlighting more than 300 relics.

  • The EMPIRE exhibit, the last exhibit of the year in Newcomb Art Museum, opened on April 13. EMPIRE honors New Orleans' tricentennial, highlighting more than 300 relics.

  • Director of Communications Felicia Tan talks about features of the USG and ways they plan on improving it.

  • French Quarter Fest is the largest free festival in the South.

    Emily Meyer | Arcade Layout Editor

  • According to an anonymous Hullabaloo survey, Juul and nicotine use is prevalent on campus.

    Gwen Snyder | Senior Staff Photographer

  • Spearheaded by artists like Bad Bunny, Maluma and J Balvin, Latin Trap has quickly established itself as the newest craze in music industries across the Americas.

    Anh Nguyen | Associate Artist

  • Age and lack of maintenance have allowed many facets of New Orleans cemeteries, such as tombstones and the mausoleums themselves, to fall into disrepair.

    Regina LoBiondo | Senior Staff Photographer

  • Rock band The Glorious Sons brought their signature brand of indie soul to Gasa Gasa this Sunday. Hailing from Kingston, Ontario, the band has made significant waves in the Canadian alternative scene.

    Josh Jessiman | Photography Editor

  • Over 250 Tulane students responded to a poll about their cheating opinions and habits.

    Cadence Neenan | Senior Staff Artist

  • On March 18, cardinal elements of Mardi Gras Indian culture, such as dress and dance, will be celebrated during "Super Sunday."

    Daisy Rymer | Associate Artist

  • BUKU Music + Art Project returned for its sixth year this past weekend. Despite the last-minute cancellations of several popular musicians, the festival impressed overall.

  • BUKU Music + Art Project returned for its sixth year this past weekend. Despite the last-minute cancellations of several popular musicians, the festival impressed overall.

  • BUKU Music + Art Project returned for its sixth year this past weekend. Despite the last-minute cancellations of several popular musicians, the festival impressed overall.

  • BUKU Music + Art Project returned for its sixth year this past weekend. Despite the last-minute cancellations of several popular musicians, the festival impressed overall.

  • Students gather in front of McAlister Auditorium for a vigil and protest. The event was two days after the shooting and was organized via Facebook.

    Josh Axelrod | Senior Staff Photographer

  • Whether it's in anticipation of Spring Break or simply in an effort to live healthier overall, a fitness journey can be a powerful movement. Thankfully, New Orleans offers many options to get fit while having fun.

    Daisy Rymer | Associate Artist

  • The Hullabaloo checked out three local breweries: Urban South, Port Orleans, and NOLA Brewing Co. to enjoy a sunny Saturday and compare each locations' house-made beers.

    Regina LoBiono and Daniel Horowitz | Senior Staff Photographers

  • New Education Department Policy threatens rights of trans students

    Anh Nguyen | Design Associate

  • Tiana Watts | Staff Artist

  • Studio Be, a 35,000 square foot warehouse in the Bywater, is the latest project by artist and activist Brandan Odums.

    Zharia Jeffries | Contributing Photographer

  • NOLA residents take photo with mayor-elect Latoya Cantrell at the Women's March.

    Sanjali De Silva | Senior Staff Photographer

  • Tulane University Campus Programming presented a discussion between Edward Snowden and Ron Suskind Monday night. The dialogue centered around national security and citizens' privacy.

    Anh Nguyen | Design Associate

  • Newcomb Art Museum currently has two exhibits with clay as the primary medium on display.

    Margaux Armfield | Senior Staff Photographer

  • Participants use Women's March as a platform to express their feelings and concerns on a number of issues by making signs.

    Josh Jessiman | Photography Editor

  • A shop on Bourbon Street advertises strippers and professional dancers. Establishments like these have been linked to sex trafficking in the French Quarter.

    Gwen Snyder | Senior Staff Photographer

  • Tilton Memorial Hall houses the Amistad Research Center, the Economics Department and the Murphy Institute of Political Economy.

    Colin Yaccarino | Photography Editor

  • The rock garden is home to many rocks.

    Colin Yaccarino | Photography Editor

  • Tyler, the Creator performs a mix of new and old songs at his Nov. 20 show at Joy Theater.

    Nurah Lambert | Senior Staff Photographer

  • The Killers blew up Voodoo with a classic show. Brandon Flowers engaged Voodoo attendees in a characteristically magnetic show.

    Burke Joslin | Contributing Photographer

  • Beam sings, surrounded by floating clouds. The simplistic set pieces changed colors as the night progressed.

    Josh Axelrod | Senior Staff Photographer

  • When New Orleans does Halloween they go all out. Krewe of BOO! was held on October 21st in anticipation of tomorrow's festivities.

    Tiana Watts | Staff Artist

  • Graphic by Anh Nguyen | Associate Artist

  • TEDTalks’ women-centered conference, TEDWomen, is on its way to New Orleans, bringing speakers from around the globe to discuss this year’s theme: Bridges.

    Emily Meyer | Arcade Layout Editor

  • Mojo Coffee House is a popular coffee shop on Freret St. The establishment is frequented by Tulane students.

    Emily Meyer | Senior Staff Photographer

  • Statistics based on student affairs presentation at USG senate Sept. 26

    Emma Vaughters | Associate Layout Editor

  • A pupper strikes a pose being a goodboi at Dat Dog.

    Nurah Lambert | Staff Photographer

  • Twenty-one percent of Tulane's 35,622 applicants for the 2017-18 academic year were admitted. The class of 2021 is comprised of five percent international students and 22 percent students of color.

    Ella Helmuth | Photography Editor

Navigate Left
Navigate Right