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Without syllabi, course registration becomes a guessing game

Josh Axelrod, Views Editor November 6, 2019

As time tickets are assigned and degree audits are fretfully consulted, November marks the beginning of spring course registration. Sadly, at Tulane, our system represents a disappointing academic reality...

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Ten quick questions at Tulane: Shahmeer Hashmat, cofounder of Tulane’s premedical fraternity

Deeya Patel, News Editor September 5, 2019

Shahmeer Hashmat is a senior majoring in neuroscience. He is the co-founder of Tulane’s pre-med fraternity and vice president of Academic Affairs in Undergraduate Student Government. We sat down with...

In a poll with 260 responses,  90.2 percent of students admitted to cheating on a test at some point in their college careers.

Making the Grade: Students, professors acknowledge culture of cheating

Jon Marks and Sophia Mariani March 22, 2018

The sweat begins to trickle. Panic sets in. The questions aren't making any sense. Was this even on the study guide? Out of 260 respondents to a Hullabaloo poll, 90.2 percent of people said they or...

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Q&A: Michael Morton works to aid students’ academic success

Adrienne Underwood, Staff Reporter January 25, 2018

Michael Morton, a senior majoring in chemical engineering, serves as the vice president of Academic Affairs for Undergraduate Student Government for the 2017-18 academic year. In the upcoming semester,...

Undergraduate Student Government will offer blue books free of charge for students during the fall ‘17 and spring ‘18 final exam periods.

USG resolution provides academic materials, guidance to students

Cam Lutz, Senior Staff Reporter October 25, 2017

Tulane Undergraduate Student Government recently passed new legislation to help students improve their academic performance. The legislation formed a task force for a new textbook library, created a resolution...

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