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Black Tulanians continue to fight for recognition, anti-racism on campus

Black Tulanians continue to fight for recognition, anti-racism on campus

Emily Rubino, Staff Reporter February 27, 2021

Tulane University was founded in 1834 and the first Black students to graduate were Deidre Dumas Labat and Reynold T. Décou in 1966 and 1967, respectively. Tulane did not admit their first Black students...

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Raven Ancar sheds light on Black student experience in self-directed film

Nile Pierre, News Editor February 14, 2019

The Hullabaloo sat down with Tulane freshman Raven Ancar to discuss the inspirations and process behind the making of her first film, “The Veil.” The documentary, based on “the veil” present in...

Remembering Nwachukwu Frank Ukadike: Author and Tulane professor dies at 68

Remembering Nwachukwu Frank Ukadike: Author and Tulane professor dies at 68

Jonathon Marks, Senior Staff Reporter September 13, 2018

“His life was a huge sort of inspiration to a lot of black students here on campus, particularly African students, Nigerian students, students from different parts of Africa,” Tosin Gbogi, a poet...

Z’étoile Imma

New professor Z’étoile Imma brings international insight to departments

Fiona Grathwohl, Senior Staff Reporter February 23, 2018

New faculty member Z'étoile Imma hopes to bring cutting edge research on postcolonial African gender studies to the Tulane. Imma joined as a Michael S. Field Assistant Professor in the English Department...

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