The Tulane Hullabaloo

Apoorva Verghese
Apoorva (she, her, hers) is a sophomore from Missouri City, Texas. She is majoring in psychology and linguistics. She is also editor at The Tempest and a Newcomb Scholar. Her favorite plant is a jasmine flower.

Contact Apoorva at [email protected]

Apoorva Verghese, Intersections Editor

Nov 11, 2020
I don’t attend protests but I can still fight for justice (Story)
Nov 05, 2020
Horror, marginalization have always been intertwined (Story)
Oct 14, 2020
OPINION | This election season, don’t forget about your local politicians (Story)
Oct 07, 2020
OPINION | South Asians have been complicit in anti-Blackness for too long (Story)
Sep 22, 2020
OPINION | Modern activism is stained with classist practices (Story)
Sep 17, 2020
Tulane students campaign to implement mandatory blind grading (Story)
Sep 09, 2020
OPINION: Higher education needs to normalize anti-racist education (Story)
Sep 03, 2020
Tulane’s community not fulfilling responsibility to New Orleans (Story)
Sep 01, 2020
Journalism must include personal narratives (Story)
Mar 25, 2020
Say my name properly, it’s not that hard (Story)
Mar 05, 2020
Colonial legacies still stand strong at institutions of higher education (Story)
Feb 26, 2020
Vote for those of us who can’t (Story)