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  • Green Wave baseball heads to the Corvallis regional after winning back-to-back conference championships

    Baseball

    Green Wave Baseball wins back-to-back conference championships, will play in Corvallis regional

  • Available supplies include, but are not limited to, syringes, tourniquets, cookers and other paraphernalia, provided to cut down on sharing within the community.

    City

    Harm reduction in New Orleans, from pavement up

  • From blues to Cajun cuisine: the best of Jazz Fest 2024

    Arcade

    From blues to Cajun cuisine: the best of Jazz Fest 2024

  • Police have found two video cameras in campus bathrooms in recent months and arrested one former employee but said the cases do not appear to be connected.

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    Faculty, students deliver letters condemning Tulane’s response to pro-Palestinian encampment

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    Letter to the Editor

    Letter to the Editor | Tulane faculty letter concerning campus protest

  • Jack Zinsser shows face.

    Arcade

    Helluva Hubbalagoo

  • Winners announced: Arcade A+ Awards

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    Winners announced: Arcade A+ Awards

  • Michael Pratt was selected by the Green Bay Packers with the 245th overall pick in the seventh round of the 2024 NFL draft.

    Football

    Pratt, Jackson, others find landing spots in NFL

  • Letter from the Editor | In good hands

    Letter to the Editor

    Letter from the Editor | In good hands

  • Zion Williamsons injury in the NBA play-in was the final nail in the coffin for the New Orleans Pelicans season.

    Basketball

    Remembering New Orleans Pelicans: October 2023 – April 2024

  • Participants of the 2024 Tulane Student Film Festival. Courtesy of the Film Festival.

    Arcade

    Tulane hosts third annual student film festival

  • OPINION | Final exams: Are we finally done with them?

    Views

    OPINION | Final exams: Are we finally done with them?

  • OPINION | Science or not: Rethinking core curriculum

    Views

    OPINION | Science or not: Rethinking core curriculum

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    Letter to the Editor | Silent killer: Why World Malaria Day matters

  • Police stand in front of protesters early Wednesday morning.

    City

    Pro-Palestinian protesters demand charges be dropped after police sweep at Tulane

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Student newspaper serving Tulane University, Uptown New Orleans

The Tulane Hullabaloo

Student newspaper serving Tulane University, Uptown New Orleans

The Tulane Hullabaloo

Clare Daniel on feminism

Clare Daniel on feminism

Leah Starr, Contributing Columnist March 22, 2023

With Women’s History Month in full swing, it is important to honor women’s achievements while acknowledging women who have not been given the same opportunities. Some women are not given the same...

Environmental activism for beginners

Environmental activism for beginners

Doxey Kamara, Intersections Editor March 1, 2023

A train derailment spewed toxic chemicals into the creeks of East Palestine, Ohio. Police in Atlanta shot and killed an environmental activist. Microplastics are in our air, water, food and blood. How...

OPINION | Your vote impacts everyone

OPINION | Your vote impacts everyone

Doxey Kamara, Intersections Editor October 12, 2022

The Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, which has since allowed states to declare abortion illegal, prompted feelings of anxiety and a near-immediate activist response. The opinion...

Student Org Spotlight: SOAR

Student Org Spotlight: SOAR

Doxey Kamara, Intersections Editor September 22, 2022

Tulane’s Students Organizing Against Racism, also known as SOAR, is a “multicultural group on campus dedicated to anti-racist organizing and community building.”  According to a statement...

OPINION | Why political organizations matter on campus

OPINION | Why political organizations matter on campus

Taylor Spill, Contributing Columnist April 20, 2022

Politics, once seen as a taboo conversation topic, now has a large impact on our lives, especially at Tulane University. These discussions regarding politics most likely contributed to a record number...

OPINION | Corporate activism is about appeasement, not change

OPINION | Corporate activism is about appeasement, not change

Doxey Kamara, Intersections Editor March 24, 2022

  Many corporations prefer to avoid taking hard stances on social and political topics, minimizing the controversy associated with their name. Sometimes, however, companies like The Walt Disney...

Classist practices in activism

OPINION | Modern activism is stained with classist practices

Apoorva Verghese, Intersections Editor September 22, 2020

This past summer saw a massive resurgence of the Black Lives Matter Movement, and along with it, a growth in political engagement, specifically among young, voting-age individuals. Now more than ever,...

There is an apparent disconnect between students talk and actions.

OPINION | College is not about getting rich

Amy Stambaugh, Contributing Writer September 16, 2020

America is facing a reckoning. Inequality in the U.S. has reached levels not seen since before the Great Depression. A 2016 Brookings Institute analysis found that the average white family had more...

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OPINION | Students’ apathy towards New Orleans is glaring

Deeya Patel, Views Editor September 16, 2020

At an institution where nearly 70% of the students come from the 20% richest families in America, it is easy to imagine that many Tulane students are out of touch with the majority of the world’s struggles....

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Tulane activism suffers from student apathy

Cullen Fagan, Views Editor February 6, 2020

Young people are the future. This message is broadcast every day over the media and through the social movements that have recently taken the world by storm. The importance of youth in activism is apparent...

equity fee

Equity Fee organizers Les Griots Violets introduce themselves and their mission

Les Griots Violets November 6, 2019

Nous sommes Les Griots Violets. We are Les Griots Violets. We are activists, we are organizers, we are revolutionaries, we are movers and shakers. We are storytellers. We lift the voices of those who have...

Saartj, the pop-up lunch counter, offered visitors the opportunity to address the issue in a provocative way.

Pop-up counter Saartj serves customers taste of wealth disparity through prices

Taylor DeMulling, Arcade Editor April 4, 2018

For lunch-goers looking for a side of social discourse with their sandwiches, a shop opened up at the Roux Carre Market last month prompting discussion about racial wealth disparity in New Orleans. Saartj,...

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