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  • Hard freeze expected for tuesday evening

    News

    Governor declares state of emergency over police shortage

  • Photo by the Tulane University Vietnamese Association

    Arcade

    How Tulanians celebrated Lunar New Year 2024

  • basketball

    Basketball

    Tulane men’s basketball’s struggles continue

  • The 2024 baseball season is officially underway

    Baseball

    Rasmussen, Welch lead Green Wave to start 2024 baseball season

  • OPINION | Love New Orleans after Mardi Gras

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    OPINION | Love New Orleans after Mardi Gras

  • OPINION | That’s all, folks: Warner Bros. Discovery chooses capital over cinema

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    OPINION | That’s all, folks: Warner Bros. Discovery chooses capital over cinema

  • Sika Dagbovie-Mullins, Joan Morgan and Regis M. Fox speak on a panel at the conference.

    News

    Tulane hosts 5th Biennial Black Women’s Health Conference

  • According to the Earth Island Journal, When the parade season ended in 2014, the New Orleans city government spent nearly $1.5 million to pick up about 1,500 tons of Mardi Gras-induced waste, consisting mostly of beads.

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    Poisonous plastic: Toxic truth about Mardi Gras beads

  • Graphic by Shivani Bondada

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    ‘Nimona’: Animated revolution in LGBTQ+ love, identity

  • OPINION | Traditional grading scales need reform, now

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    OPINION | Traditional grading scales need reform, now

  • Professors and students, like junior Isabelle Smith showed their love for New Orleans by joining in on the parade festivities.

    News

    ‘I really felt one with the city’: Professors, students reflect on parades

  • Louisiana musicians honored at 2024 Grammy Awards

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    Louisiana musicians honored at 2024 Grammy Awards

  • Cracking codes: Synbio club trailblazes CRISPR research

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    Cracking codes: Synbio club trailblazes CRISPR research

  • The Sawyer Seminar’s title, The New Green Wave: Reproductive Justice in the Gulf South and Beyond, is inspired by the Green Wave movement, a reproductive rights movement that advocates for expanded access to abortion throughout Latin America.

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    ‘The New Green Wave’: School of Liberal Arts to host reproductive rights seminar

  • OPINION | Louisiana book bans target more than just literature

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    OPINION | Louisiana book bans target more than just literature

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Student newspaper serving Tulane University, Uptown New Orleans

The Tulane Hullabaloo

Student newspaper serving Tulane University, Uptown New Orleans

The Tulane Hullabaloo

Students must stop relying on Twitter as a campaigning platform

Twitter is not a replacement for campaigning

Deeya Patel, Views Editor January 23, 2020

From the perspective of journalism, Twitter was revolutionary for news in 2006. Instant breaking news updates and bite-sized previews to full articles presented a powerful and convenient way to relay information....

Elana Bush | Photography Editor

Q&A with Aimee Freeman, Tulane professor in runoff for state office

Amy Nankin, News Editor October 16, 2019

Aimee Freeman is a Tulane adjunct professor and New Orleans local running for District 98 state representative. Freeman won 36% of the vote in the Oct. 12 primary and is now gearing up for the runoff election...

only the audacious

Only the Audacious campaign earns $907 million, aims to reach goal in five years

Megan Plotka, Staff Reporter April 25, 2018

"Only the Audacious" is a campaign set to raise a historic $1.3 billion in about five years.  Though students know the campaign exists, some say they are unclear on who the money is coming from or how...

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