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    Harm reduction in New Orleans, from pavement up

  • From blues to Cajun cuisine: the best of Jazz Fest 2024

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    From blues to Cajun cuisine: the best of Jazz Fest 2024

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    Faculty, students deliver letters condemning Tulane’s response to pro-Palestinian encampment

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    Letter to the Editor | Tulane faculty letter concerning campus protest

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    Helluva Hubbalagoo

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    Pratt, Jackson, others find landing spots in NFL

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    Letter from the Editor | In good hands

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    Remembering New Orleans Pelicans: October 2023 – April 2024

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    Tulane hosts third annual student film festival

  • OPINION | Final exams: Are we finally done with them?

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    OPINION | Final exams: Are we finally done with them?

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    OPINION | Science or not: Rethinking core curriculum

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    Letter to the Editor | Silent killer: Why World Malaria Day matters

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    Pro-Palestinian protesters demand charges be dropped after police sweep at Tulane

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    Tulane arrests 14 protesters, clears pro-Palestinian encampment

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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

Letter to the Editor | Reporting on sexual violence, part II

Letter to the Editor | Reporting on sexual violence, part II

SVPR Collective April 19, 2023

Content warning: this article discusses general themes of sexual violence. Our collective would be remiss to critique student reporting without offering solutions. For further context on these critiques,...

Letter to the Editor | Reporting on sexual violence, part I

Letter to the Editor | Reporting on sexual violence, part I

SVPR Collective April 17, 2023

Content Warning: this article discusses themes of sexual violence in detail. It also discusses racism, homophobia, and other forms of oppression linked to sexual violence in broad terms. As members...

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2022 Climate Survey results to be unveiled April 11

Hannah Levitan, News Editor March 27, 2023

A year after conducting the 2022 Sexual Misconduct Climate Survey, Tulane University will unveil survey results on April 11 at 6 p.m., the school announced today.    Tulane’s last climate...

OPINION | Frequent crime alerts create sexual assault desensitization

OPINION | Frequent crime alerts create sexual assault desensitization

Mohini Yadav, Contributing Writer November 30, 2022

PING. You hear a notification ring from your laptop. Is it a grade that just got released? An extra assignment? An unexpected test? But it turns out to be something else. Red letters glare at you from...

The 2022 climate survey buys time for the Tulane Administration to implement new sexual misconduct policy, but not much of it.

OPINION | Climate survey is crucial, not sufficient

Gabi Liebeler, Views Editor February 16, 2022

In February 2020, former Views Editor Deeya Patel said, “Tulane in 2018 was a Tulane in despair.” Patel emphasized the “anger” and “urgency” that pervaded Tulane University’s student...

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Sometimes I lie about reading books

Olivia Tanaka-Kekai, Associate Arcade Editor December 2, 2021

This article contains content pertaining to sexual assault.  This story is not linear. None of these bits and pieces are bookended neatly before they get the chance to overlap, and yet they hardly...

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OPINION | ‘Vigilante Justice’ does not solve sexual violence at Tulane

Carly Barovick, Contributing Columnist December 1, 2021

In January of 2015, a 22-year-old woman, who was later identified in her memoir, “Know My Name” as Chanel Miller, went to a fraternity party on Stanford University’s campus and was found later...

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OPINION | Tulane’s summer reading choice glosses over campus rape culture

Hannah Levitan, Contributing Columnist September 29, 2021

Content Warning: The following article contains subject matter pertaining to sexual violence. Tulane University frequently boasts their ranking in top 10 happiest students, painting an illusion...

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Sexual abuse resources are neglecting victims of the Internet Age

Wash Fields, Contributing Writer January 30, 2020

The internet makes forming deep connections with people you’ve never met not only possible but also, for younger generations, expected. Online gaming, social media and online communities of niche interests...

Forgiving my rapist, on restorative justice at Tulane

Forgiving my rapist, on restorative justice at Tulane

Anonymous December 4, 2019

Content Warning: Please be advised that this article contains content related to sexual assault and rape. It was a Thursday night. I was not planning on going out at all, rather, I had assignments to...

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