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Living Lizzo’s truth hurts: The challenges of being an unapologetically fat Black woman

Shahamat Uddin, Intersections Editor January 16, 2020

There is no better way to start the new year than cleansing the trolls out of your life. On Jan. 5, Lizzo, breakout icon of 2019, did just that. Lizzo said goodbye to her Twitter account, citing the “too...

Did R. Kelly hide in plain sight?

Did R. Kelly hide in plain sight?

Lauren Flowers, Intersections Editor January 23, 2019

   Courtesy of Flickr Kelly is from my home, Chicago. Not in the way Kanye West is from Chicago – a rapper who fashioned himself into a representation of “Chi-town” until he became...

African American Women’s Society shapes new space for black women at Tulane

African American Women’s Society shapes new space for black women at Tulane

Lauren Flowers, Contributing Reporter October 3, 2018

Though Tulane is focusing on increasing racial diversity year by year, black students still make up a relatively small demographic at the university — less than 9 percent, according to Tulane’s most...

Changemaker-in-Chief: how Elaine Welteroth, former editor-in-chief of Teen Vogue, is redefining journalism

Changemaker-in-Chief: how Elaine Welteroth, former editor-in-chief of Teen Vogue, is redefining journalism

Canela Lopez, Senior Staff Reporter March 8, 2018

"I think my responsibility as the first and as the only different person is to be my authentic self and bring my point of view," Elaine Welteroth, former editor-in-chief of Teen Vogue, said during a talk...

(Left to right) Gerald Williams (19), Garrett Hines (20) and Kerianne Strachan (18) were elected presidents of their respective classes at Tulane Law School.

Tulane Law class presidents prompt diversity discussion

Lily Milwit, Senior Staff Reporter March 8, 2018

At the beginning of the 2017-18 academic year, Tulane University Law School students elected three class presidents — one to represent each of the classes at the law school. The campaign, voting and...

Staff editorial: All students must engage in Black History Month

February 22, 2018

For The Hullabaloo's last print issue in February, this week's edition of The Hullabaloo is Black History Month-themed. There are many outlets for Tulane faculty, students and organizations to partake...

Diversity Discrepancies: Admission data reveals missing  numbers in Tulane’s most diverse class

Diversity Discrepancies: Admission data reveals missing numbers in Tulane’s most diverse class

Kila Moore, Associate Intersections Editor November 16, 2017

"I sit in a class of 80 people and I am able to count the number of people of color on my two hands," Lauryn Hudson, a member of Tulane's Class of 2021, said. "And sometimes I can count them on one." Though...

Intersectional confessionals: Students discuss in-class experiences

Intersectional confessionals: Students discuss in-class experiences

Ella Helmuth, Nile Pierre, and Mark Schaupp November 1, 2017

Intersectional Confessionals is Intersections' new series that highlights personal narratives from students from marginalized identities. This installment focuses on students' encounters inside of the...

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