The Tulane Hullabaloo

Optimizing Personal Hairstyles for Halloween Costumes

Optimizing Personal Hairstyles for Halloween Costumes

Avery Anderson, Staff Reporter

October 25, 2018

Are you in search of a simple last minute Halloween costume that requires minimal effort? Then look no further! Coordinating your costume to match the hairstyle you already have is easy and effective, making your look easily recognizable while minimizing the strain on your brain and wallet. Sho...

All the spirit without the spooks: the top five feel-good Halloween films

Photo courtesy of https://movies.disney.com

Amy Nankin, Contributing Reporter

October 24, 2018

A slightly chilly breeze cuts through the typical New Orleans humidity, the temperature drops into the frigid mid-60s and students in leggings and sweatshirts swarm the campus. This can only mean one thing: Halloween is quickly approaching. Instead of increasing your heart rate with a horror film after...

New Orleans Film Festival sweeps over city for 29th year

Cori Shalit, Arcade Associate Editor

October 18, 2018

From Oct. 17-25, the New Orleans Film Society will present the 29th annual New Orleans Film Festival (NOFF) at the Contemporary Art Center of New Orleans. The event offers guests the opportunity not only to experience over 430 films but also to enjoy the company of  25,000 other attendees. The large assortment of...

Three historic Latinx albums you should be listening to

Three historic Latinx albums you should be listening to

 Alex Calloway, Contributing Reporter

October 18, 2018

There are few better ways to acknowledge the richness of Latinx heritage than through music. The ever-shifting cultures of Latin America have created, altered and improved countless musical genres and have produced some of the most memorable and internationally-renowned albums of all time. Whether t...

Best Latin Eats around New Orleans

Jennings Nelson, Contributing Reporter

October 18, 2018

In a city famous for Creole cuisine, lauded for its rich southern eats and boasting a substantial population of Thai restaurants, Latin food generally isn’t what comes to mind when making dinner plans in New Orleans. But with Hispanic Heritage month drawing to a close, take some time to visit some...

Fall Out Boy ends MANIA tour in New Orleans, gives stunning performance

Fall Out Boy ends MANIA tour in New Orleans, gives stunning performance

Campbell Lutz, Senior Staff Reporter

October 14, 2018

Though the emo heyday of our youth may be dead, Fall Out Boy has yet to go down, swinging or otherwise. Fall Out Boy closed out its 81 stop-long MANIA tour at the Smoothie King Center Wednesday night with a riotous performance that left the audience ecstatic. The band is known for its angst-lad...

Father John Misty set to grace the Civic Theater stage

Father John Misty set to grace the Civic Theater stage

Sanjali De Silva, Senior Staff Reporter

October 3, 2018

Courtesy of https://commons.wikimedia.org Father John Misty, also known as Joshua Michael Tillman or J. Tillman, is set to perform this Saturday night at the Civic Theater. From his role as the drummer in folk rock band Fleet Foxes to his abundance of solo albums, Father John Misty has made a name for himself in the indie folk world of music. On Saturday, he will highlight his most recent album...

BROCKHAMPTON’s ‘iridescence’ marks new era in the boyband’s history

'iridescence' album cover.

Patrick Miller, Contributing Reporter

October 3, 2018

Listening to some of the boyband BROCKHAMPTON’s top hits can be jarring,  but in a decisive, clearly-defined way. The talent comes across loud and clear. The “Saturation” trilogy of albums established the rap group as preeminent kings of the game, and with such distinctive music, it was easy t...

Haute couture Tulane: student fashion through the decades

Tulane students circa 1994

Cori Shalit, Contributing Reporter

October 3, 2018

Trends in fashion have always been a reflection of the cultural values and events of a certain time period. Tulane University was founded in 1834, and its fashion has been constantly changing ever since. Let’s start our journey through the changing fads of Tulane students’ fashion in 1916. The ‘Lost G...

Dating Apps: A Taxonomy

Dating Apps: A Taxonomy

Nurah Lambert, Arcade Editor

September 26, 2018

Dating is a crucial social process for many — learning more about oneself, finding true love and weeding out creeps. At first there was just mating and then there was courting. Now there is swiping. Much like zodiac signs and pizza toppings, everyone who has dabbled in e-dating has their own prefe...

Love at first swipe: the stigma surrounding online dating

Contributing reporter Sari Axelrod investigates the stigma surrounding dating apps on Tulane's campus.

Sari Axelrod, Contributing Reporter

September 26, 2018

These days, you would be hard pressed to find something your cell phone can’t do. We rely on our phones for everything — to wake up in the morning, to submit school assignments and to communicate with our families back home. When tasked with something new, we ask ourselves “Is there an app for that?” And n...

FIDLAR brings good music to Tipitina’s, fans bring mosh pits

FIDLAR's concert featured fans, hit songs and mosh pits.

Haley Soares and Avery Anderson

September 26, 2018

This Sunday, Sept. 23, Los Angeles based band FIDLAR filled Tipitina’s Uptown with the sounds of its thrashing punk rock music. Teasing songs from its currently unreleased third album, FIDLAR had the entire crowd headbanging and moshing so intensely that the barricades holding back the audience br...