The Tulane Hullabaloo

Why ultimate frisbee should be NCAA sanctioned

James Xiang | Contributing Artist

Charles Lieberman, Contributing Reporter

January 29, 2020

Sitting on a Southwest flight headed to Santa Barbara for a tournament with 27 other teammates, I can’t help but wonder why ultimate frisbee has not been legitimized as a sport by the NCAA yet (as well as the general public).  Tulane Men’s Ultimate, considered a club sport on campus, pract...

FTB: If Tulane were a winter wonderland


Ezra Weber, Senior Staff Reporter

December 5, 2019

As the days shorten and Tulane students begin the final push in their academic schedules, all eyes are on winter break and the joyous world of cold weather sports that seem almost foreign in our balmy swampy climate.  Because of New Orleans’s gentle winters, Tulane students can often be seen pl...

Men’s club rowing finds success on the Mississippi

Men's club rowing finds success on the Mississippi

Owen Scher, Contributing Reporter

September 11, 2019

Before the invention of the steam engine, rowing existed for millennia as a strenuous, physically demanding sport in which ships were sailed around the world. Through its rigorous training schedule, Tulane’s club rowing team carries on this ancient tradition to conquer the Mississippi River in the mo...

To frisbee or not to be frisbee: Men’s ultimate frisbee team soars into regional competition

To frisbee or not to be frisbee: Men’s ultimate frisbee team soars into regional competition

Julia Hyman, Staff Reporter

April 24, 2019

Ultimate frisbee is the epitome of a college club sport. Offering competition, friendship and a fun way to stay active, it represents what every athlete wants when looking for a new activity as a young adult. The Tulane men’s ultimate frisbee club team certainly recognizes the need to operate wi...

Equestrian team saddles up, rides into zone finals

The Tulane equestrian team  shows off their accomplishments from this season.

Olivia Henderson, Sports Editor

April 3, 2019

When it comes to horseback riding, few people are truly brave enough to commit to the sport. Regardless of a rider’s experience, a single fall can be catastrophic, breaking bones and even causing brain trauma. Members of the Tulane equestrian club, however, possess the courage needed to ride and ap...

Always en garde: Tulane club fencing combines skill, community

Freshman Allyssa Pape spars against Freshman Edwin Dang at club practice.

Alex Smith, Contributing Writer

February 21, 2019

Tucked away in the farthest basketball court of the Reily Student Recreation Center, the Tulane fencing club diligently practices its swordwork. The club’s dedication to technique and excellence is rather unsurprising, given this organization’s competitive spirit. Fencing encompasses thre...

Club water polo makes a splash on campus

Hanson Dai | Associate Artist

Grant Barnes, Copy Editor

January 30, 2019

If you were not raised as an avid pool-dweller, chances are you are not well-versed in the sport of water polo. Tulane’s club team, however, seeks to change this dynamic, bringing this fascinating and unique sport to the pools of the Reily Student Recreation Center. For those unfamiliar with wat...

Quidditch brings inclusivity to field

Cadence Neenan, Senior Staff Reporter

September 14, 2016

To be clear: The Tulane Quidditch team is not a Harry Potter fan club. "There was a Harry Potter fan club for a few years... It was called Dumbledore’s Army," Katie Reeves, chaser and former vice president and co-captain, said. "I went to a couple meetings, just out of pure curiosity, and it went down...