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Airing of Grievances: COVID-19 self checks

Airing of Grievances: COVID-19 self checks

Daisy Rymer, Production Manager

2 days ago

Dear 328-71, Let’s stop playing this game, shall we? I was interested in you at first, but it’s become so constant now. I thought we had a nice thing going, a low-commitment kinda thing, but it seems one of us has gotten too attached. One of us has gotten too needy. I think we both know wh...

Examining portrayals of abortion in television

Examining portrayals of abortion in television

Hannah May-Powers, Arcade Editor

September 3, 2020

In the 48 years since the first character on American primetime television received an abortion, a lot has changed. Not only was Roe v. Wade ratified, but conversations around bodily autonomy in general are becoming increasingly common in the public discourse. Though portrayals of abortion in popular media, particularly televisions shows, have become more no...

Virtual Activities Expo offers new way to explore campus opportunities

Virtual Activities Expo offers new way to explore campus opportunities

Meredith Abdelnour

September 3, 2020

Due to social distancing guidelines, this year’s Fall Activities Expo, hosted by the Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life, will be held virtually, giving students a new way to explore their interests and discover organizations. The Expo will be Sept. 6, and organizations will be available on Zoom ...

In the midst of a pandemic, local music venues look for next steps

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Meredith Abdelnour, Arcade Editor

September 2, 2020

In the age of the coronavirus, live music has begun to seem like a relic from a past life. Crowded venues filled with sweaty strangers are a nightmare from a public safety perspective, and with no idea when they will be able to open their doors again, many independent music venues are facing difficult ...

How to make friends and be COVID-19 safe

Students sit outside Monroe residence hall.

Meredith Abdelnour, Arcade Editor

August 30, 2020

The Tulane Hullabaloo is a nonprofit newsroom that receives no funding from Tulane University. Consider subscribing today to support our mission. The first few weeks of college are stressful enough between adjusting to a new city, living on your own for the first time, and learning how to manage your time...

Brace for BUKU 2020

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Haley Soares, Arcade Editor

February 26, 2020

Mardi Gras may have ended, but don’t fret — the upcoming BUKU Music + Art Project guarantees that the party won’t be ending any time soon here in New Orleans.  The festival will be returning to New Orleans for its eighth year, founded in 2012 as a uniquely New Orleans festival experience ...

Making the most of New Orleans: Thanksgiving as an opportunity to explore

Making the most of New Orleans: Thanksgiving as an opportunity to explore

Alice Moye-Honeyman, Staff Reporter

November 14, 2018

So, you’re stuck at Tulane for Thanksgiving. You know, there are far worse places to be during a major holiday. So take advantage of this staycation opportunity and enjoy everything New Orleans has to offer around turkey day -- this city has no shortage of things to do during a normal week, but it’s...

Red Cup Season: Ushering in the Holidays with Seasonal Drink Menus

Red Cup Season: Ushering in the Holidays with Seasonal Drink Menus

Miranda Sinsheimer, Staff Reporter

November 14, 2018

As the temperature drops from 90s to 50s, all anyone wants to do is cozy up with a nice holiday beverage. But with the barrage of mixology choices for the holidays it can be hard to pick the superior drink, let alone flavor. Starbucks and PJs both offer a wide array of choices for all your pepperm...

Off the cuff: Students reflect on cuffing season at Tulane

Off the cuff: Students reflect on cuffing season at Tulane

Alex Calloway, Staff Reporter

November 14, 2018

As the winter months approach and the festive lattes brew, Tulane students are already preparing for the most polarizing time of year: cuffing season. Loved by some, deplored by others, cuffing season is the period of the semester where happily-single individuals suddenly find themselves longing for...

How to stay cozy regardless of weather

How to stay cozy regardless of weather

Miranda Sinsheimer, Staff Reporter

November 14, 2018

No matter what the weather app might say, November means cozy time. Despite New Orleans’ lack of changing leaves and the chilly temperatures commonly associated with fall, everyone knows the holiday season is here. Follow these tips to create a cozy holiday vibe that doesn’t rely on a picture...

Praise the Po’boy: Oak Street Po’boy Festival offers variety of food, music

Praise the Po'boy: Oak Street Po'boy Festival offers variety of food, music

Cori Shalit, Arcade Associate Editor

November 8, 2018

The 12th annual Oak Street Po’boy Festival will be held on Nov. 11 from 10 a.m to 6 p.m. The festival is dedicated to the celebration of the classic New Orleans “poor boy” sandwich. The iconic sandwich represents the humble origins of Louisiana, specifically New Orleans, and the diversity of the...

Freshmen’s Guide to Successful Spring 2019 Scheduling

Freshmen’s Guide to Successful Spring 2019 Scheduling

Hannah Erbrick, Arcade Editor

November 8, 2018

Sophia Viscuso | Photography Associate It may feel like the semester just started, but class registration for Spring 2019 is coming up fast — for some, it may already be here. Upperclassmen have already figured out what works for them, but here are some tips for freshmen on how to master your seco...