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OPINION: Forcing neutrality: The both-sides fallacy

OPINION: Forcing neutrality: The both-sides fallacy

Doxey Kamara, Intersections Editor 4 days ago

When lines are drawn and sides are taken, some people try to find a happy middle. Compromise can be healthy, and keeping a clear head can mean thinking critically about who you judge, how you judge...

George Floyd: Our reminder of work to be done

George Floyd: Our reminder of work to be done

Doxey Kamara, Intersections Editor March 9, 2022

Content Warning: The following article contains subject matter pertaining to murder and violence.  We are approaching two years since Minnesota police officers murdered George Floyd. When the video...

Fans and football pundits are still mad about the Super League.

Great moments in Black sporting history

February 24, 2021

As The Hullabaloo celebrates Black History Month, we’re taking a look at some of the most exciting moments in Black sporting history. These achievements, which often occurred on the playing field or...

Tulane students are unsure of their political future.

OPINION | Debate fails to engage young voters

Anna Dixon, Contributing Writer October 7, 2020

  Following the presidential debate on Tuesday, Sept. 29, Google searches in the U.S. spiked on how to move out of the country, most notably to New Zealand and Canada. The continuous interruptions...


OPINION | Students’ apathy towards New Orleans is glaring

Deeya Patel, Views Editor September 16, 2020

At an institution where nearly 70% of the students come from the 20% richest families in America, it is easy to imagine that many Tulane students are out of touch with the majority of the world’s struggles....

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Tulane community gathers in support of Uptown for Black Liberation

Clara Lacey, Senior Staff Reporter June 6, 2020

Tulane students, faculty, staff and Uptown community members gathered Friday afternoon in front of McAlister Auditorium for the Uptown for Black Liberation demonstration in solidarity with New Orleans...


Letter to the Editor: Tulane students call for solidarity with local organizers

Calling all Tulane students that are still living in New Orleans, The United States of America is currently immersed in protest. On social media, those that we follow, from celebrities, to corporations,...


Tulane activism suffers from student apathy

Cullen Fagan, Views Editor February 5, 2020

Young people are the future. This message is broadcast every day over the media and through the social movements that have recently taken the world by storm. The importance of youth in activism is apparent...

Daisy Rymer | Sports Layout Editor

From the Basement: Intersections of athleticism, activism

Olivia Henderson, Sports Editor January 23, 2019

Fearing decreased viewership and increased fan backlash, sports organizations have often encouraged their athletes and franchises to refrain from making political statements. With league penalties...

Intersectional Confessional: Today, I wished I was a cat

Intersectional Confessional: Today, I wished I was a cat

Anonymous October 24, 2018

Adelaide Basco | Art Director Today, I wished I was a cat. I could walk around and know my existence would be appreciated on this campus. No, protected on this campus....

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CPS vandalized, “Black Lives Matter” signs obstructed

Sanjali De Silva, Senior Staff Reporter October 16, 2018

A graduate assistant for the Center for Public Service noticed yesterday that “Black Lives Matter” signs put in windows of Program Managers Ben Brubaker and Nicole Ralston’s office had been vandalized...

Studio Be, a 35,000 square foot warehouse in the Bywater, is the latest project by artist and activist Brandan Odums.

Studio Be reclaims black narratives, empowers community

Zharia Jeffries, Contributing Reporter February 21, 2018

Walking up the sidewalk approaching Studio Be, visitors are welcomed by empowering murals, scenic railroad tracks and winding bike trails. Depictions of powerful black women of all ages surround the outside...

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