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College newspapers are powerful institutions of accountability.

OPINION | College journalism still matters

Lily Mae Lazarus, Views Editor April 28, 2021

The feeling of reading a print copy of a newspaper is irreplicable. The textured paper stamped with black ink holds immense power, often unrecognized by younger generations. With digital media replacing...

OPINION | Cancel culture must focus on empathy, accountability

OPINION | Cancel culture must focus on empathy, accountability

Sala Thanassi, Staff Writer March 24, 2021

Acts of public shaming have always been deeply integrated into society: from the Salem Witch Trials to the Red Scare, a collective affinity for compartmentalization and demonization is as deeply entrenched...

Students reflect on Spotify, cancel culture

Students reflect on Spotify, cancel culture

Lucy Reynal, Staff Reporter February 14, 2019

In the absence of an effective legal framework for accountability, how do we contend with artists who have allegedly committed acts of violence? What does it mean to “cancel” someone? According to...

TUPD

TUPD investigation localizes national conversation about campus policing

Josh Axelrod and Sanjali De Silva April 19, 2018

On the first day of 2016, Janard Brister was choked for five seconds and tasered, while handcuffed, by Tulane University Police Department officers. Higher-ranking TUPD officials agreed this use of force...

Snowden reminds students to question leaders to ensure accountability

Daniel Horowitz, Views Editor February 7, 2018

The Constitution is supposed to grant us basic, inalienable rights to protect us from an abusive government. Sometimes, there is a difficult dilemma the government presents when it believes the public...

Former Tulane USG senators reflect on accomplishments and shortcomings of USG this past year.

USG reflects on progress, shortcomings of 2016-17

Fiona Grathwohl , News Editor June 7, 2017

Tulane's Undergraduate Student Government, comprised of more than 70 executive board members, council chairs, cabinet members, student liaisons and senators, worked throughout the 2016-17 academic year...

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