The Tulane Hullabaloo

Dehumanizing conditions in Louisiana prisons disregard inmate rights

Dehumanizing conditions in Louisiana prisons disregard inmate rights

Emma King, Contributing Writer

August 28, 2019

Emma King is a member of Newcomb Prison Project and recently completed an internship with the Promise of Justice Initiative/Capital Appeals Project. Inhumane prison conditions in Louisiana reflect the deeply flawed U.S. criminal justice system as a whole. A recent survey of more than 700 incarc...

Remembering Leah Chase, a true hero of the New Orleans community

Photo courtesy of Gavin Goins

Michael Chen, Associate News Editor

June 3, 2019

Fearless. Humble. Persistent. Leah Lange Chase has clearly embodied these traits throughout her work in the kitchen and as a civil rights activist. The New Orleans community mourns the loss of a culinary legend and cultural icon who passed away on June 1, 2019. With her tenacity and her food, Chase was able to up...

World-renowned chef Leah Chase reflects on food, life, legacy

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Michael Chen, General Associate

February 14, 2019

Mother, princess and civil rights icon. Chef Leah Chase has been them all. Renowned throughout the city of New Orleans as the “Queen of Creole Cuisine,” the 96-year-old legend prides herself most on being able to connect with others through the exquisite food that she serves her customers. ...

USG confronts racism, resolves to rename Hebert Hall

USG confronts racism, resolves to rename Hebert Hall

Adrienne Underwood, News Editor

November 30, 2017

Undergraduate Student Government passed a resolution last night to rename Hebert Hall, located on the Academic Quadrangle between Norman Mayer and Cudd Halls. The building, which currently houses the Africana Studies Department, Center for Academic Equity and History Department, was named after Tulan...