The Tulane Hullabaloo

Nketiah “Ink” Berko
Nketiah "Ink" Berko (he, him, his) is currently a Views Editor for The Hullabaloo. He is a sophomore from Alexandria, Louisiana, majoring in political economy and international relations with a minor in philosophy. Nketiah joined The Hullabaloo his freshman year and is also involved in mock trial, College Democrats, Tulane's Black Student Union and Phi Alpha Delta fraternity.

Nketiah Berko, Views Editor

Sep 04, 2019
With an overly punitive juvenile justice system, New Orleans is failing its children (Story)
Feb 27, 2019
Gubernatorial candidates must strengthen criminal justice reform (Story)
Jan 16, 2019
Rising cost of living in Louisiana sinks households in poverty (Story)
Nov 14, 2018
Stan Lee left a world in need of the heroes he created (Story)
Apr 25, 2018
Kendrick Lamar Pulitzer win showcases increased respect afforded to hip-hop (Story)
Apr 04, 2018
Views: Wu-Tang Vs. The Beatles brings da ruckus (Story)
Mar 21, 2018
Louisiana Supreme Court case illustrates shortcomings of charter schools (Story)
Feb 21, 2018
A superhero of our own: What “Black Panther” means to us (Story)
Jan 31, 2018
Louisiana must address lack of judicial diversity in the state (Story)
Jan 24, 2018
City’s agreement with YouthForce NOLA prioritizes student success (Story)
Dec 06, 2017
Students must provide to less fortunate this holiday season (Story)
Nov 08, 2017
Louisiana bid for new Amazon HQ provides opportunities for state, Tulane community (Story)
Oct 25, 2017
Universities must cultivate culture of openness, acceptance to combat student anxiety (Story)
Oct 12, 2017
Medicare for All represents the evolution of the health care debate in the U.S. (Story)
Sep 28, 2017
From the Basement: #TakeAKnee (Story)
Sep 19, 2017
The Political ReView: National, state and local politics for the week of Sept. 18 (Story)
Aug 27, 2017
Louisiana AG Landry mischaracterizes NOLA consent decree (Story)
Jun 07, 2017
Proposed budget is shortsighted, lacks balance (Story)
Apr 21, 2017
TOPS benefits leave disadvantaged behind (Story)
Apr 13, 2017
Current community service requirements do not benefit community, hinder student growth (Story)