The Tulane Hullabaloo

Student Affairs releases regulations for meetings, events

Student Affairs releases regulations for meetings, events

Harrison Thorn, Senior staff writer

July 24, 2020

The Tulane Hullabaloo is a nonprofit newsroom that receives no funding from Tulane University. Consider subscribing today to support our mission. Liz Schafer, director of fraternity and sorority programs, and Greg Feiling, associate director for programming at the Lavin-Bernick Center for Univer...

Tulane Athletics to limit home game attendance in response to coronavirus

The Tulane men's basketball team huddles before its exhibition game against Loyola New Orleans in Nov. 2014.

Bella Baff, Sports Editor

March 11, 2020

With classes being moved online until the end of the semester and students being asked to evacuate on-campus housing, the entire Tulane community is feeling the effects of the coronavirus. Tulane Athletics announced that university sports will be conducted according to the teams’ listed schedules, though...

Tulane alumnus and former Saints safety Steve Gleason receives Congressional Gold Medal


Gabby Abrams, News Associate

January 23, 2020

Tulane University alumnus and former New Orleans Saints safety Steve Gleason earned the Congressional Gold Medal in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 15. Gleason was granted the medal for his work for people living with Lou Gehrig’s disease, also known as ALS.    Gleason was born and raised in Spokane, Washington, and received a scholarship to play college...

The death of the Black male

The death of the Black male

Eric Charles, Staff Writer

April 10, 2019

Editor’s Note: Dr. Sabia McCoy-Torres is an assistant professor jointly appointed in the Department of Anthropology and Program in Africana Studies.   Dear Dr. Sabia McCoy-Torres, The active Black soul is heartstruck and divided. We’ve integrated our Blackness into social const...

Manuirirangi returns home to compete in New Zealand’s Nationals competition

Manuirirangi returns home to compete in New Zealand's Nationals competition

Colleen Drangines, Staff Writer

August 29, 2018

Courtesy of Tulane Athletics Few experiences compare to the opportunity to both follow your dreams and represent your home on a national scale, but that is exactly what junior Kayla Manuirirangi experienced as she took part in the New Zealand Women’s Basketball U23 Nationals competition this past month. Th...

Trio of juniors shine for swimming in the Lone Star State

Tulane's swimming and diving team members cheer each other on at a recent meet. The women's team will compete  at the American Athletic Conference Championship, beginning Feb. 14 at Southern Methodist University in Dallas.

Grant Barnes, Sports Editor

January 31, 2018

Tulane women's swimming and diving finished its lengthy regular season this past Friday and Saturday at the Houston Quad Meet on the campus of the University of Houston. Though the team was defeated by opponents LSU, Rice and Houston, it did compile an impressive six top-five finishes and several records. Led by a trio of juniors, the team is ready to continue the success of this weekend in February's American Conference Cha...

From the Basement: a downfall of olympic proportions

From the Basement: a downfall of olympic proportions

Grant Barnes and Carrigan English

January 24, 2018

From the Basement is a weekly column in which The Hullabaloo Sports team discusses its opinion on contemporary sports issues. Michigan State and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar was renowned and beloved by many for his work for decades. For more than 20 years, Nassar stood at the side of athletes for three Olympic showings. In a matter of days, this seemingly stable reputation ...

College athletics more inclusive to LGBTQ+ athletes

Megan Calvin, Staff Artist

Daniel Horowitz, Views Editor

September 7, 2017

The stress of a college student knows no bounds. The four-year introduction to adulthood can offer young adults a great deal of pressure. This pressure skyrockets for student athletes. For 69 student athletes in the 2017-18 academic year, there is another factor that could potentially add to the already existi...

The toughest play of the season: Tulane takes new approach to recruitment

Tulane's starting quarterback, Jonathan Banks, goes back to pass at a summer practice session.

Shea Dobson, Sports Editor

August 31, 2017

An article published in The Hullabaloo last week about Coach Willie Fritz ended with the following two sentences: "When the Tigers arrive at Yulman, it will not just be a battle between two football teams. It will be a battle between a coach and a history of losing." Unfortunately, there was no ...

From the Basement: Student-athletes deserve cut of NCAA earnings

From the Basement: Student-athletes deserve cut of NCAA earnings

Shea Dobson, Sports Editor

June 5, 2017

"Student participation in intercollegiate athletics is an avocation, and student-athletes should be protected from exploitation by professional and commercial enterprises." This quote was taken directly from Article 2.9 of the Constitution of the National Collegiate Athletic Association, better known as the NCAA. According to Merriam-Webste...

Conference play heats up for Green Wave against Cincinnati

Jordan Figueredo, Senior Staff Reporter

April 7, 2017

Coming off a win in its first conference weekend series against South Florida, the Green Wave (12-17, 2-1 American Athletic Conference) will head to Ohio for a weekend conference series against the Cincinnati Bearcats (14-14, 1-2 AAC). In its final home game before heading north, Tulane fell 9-5...

Tulane signature chant draws roots from student journalism

Tulane signature chant draws roots from student journalism

Jordan Figueredo, Senior Staff Reporter

February 20, 2017

A One, A Two, A Helluva Hullabaloo?   The classic cheer that orientation leaders ingrain in you — or try to — during orientation is not just a random combination of words but also a way to unite the crowds at sporting events and support the Green Wave every time the team scores. Not everyone ...