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Where We Are: Tulane Contemporary.5 evokes shared experience

Michal Rahabi, Associate Arcade Editor March 8, 2022

On Wednesday, Feb. 23, The Woldenberg Art Center concluded its latest exhibition: “Where We Are: Tulane Contemporary.5,” an exhibit with a thematic approach to nostalgia and the subconscious. Created...

Sidewalks around campus are riddled with garbage, but are Tulane students doing their part to clean up their mess?

OPINION | Tulane community must play role in community cleanup

Rachel Kelly, Contributing Columnist November 11, 2021

Uptown New Orleans offers many sites and areas that locals and tourists cherish. Some of the major attractions are Audubon Park, Tulane University and Loyola University campuses, houses on St. Charles...

Fear of walking alone at night is logical. Criminal activity such as murder, sexual assault and robbery increases in frequency at night.

In my skin, I am afraid walking alone at night

Ifeoma Osakwe, Contributing Columnist November 10, 2021

A few days ago, when I got to my dorm room after my routine evening walk from the Commons, I received an unfamiliar iPhone notification. It alerted me that I had an unknown “accessory” near me...

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OPINION | Freshmen remain particularly susceptible to Tulane’s campus bubble

Setah Alavi, Contributing Columnist November 3, 2021

On its most surface level, New Orleans is a city known for street cars, live music and great food on every corner. However, none of the rich and extravagant culture of New Orleans would be possible...

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OPINION | Tulane student evacuation during Hurricane Ida shows privilege, ignorance

Anna Dixon, Senior Staff Columnist September 29, 2021

Tulane University students’ social media posts of themselves partying in other cities juxtaposed with news footage showing Hurricane Ida’s destruction of New Orleans exemplifies the student body’s...

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OPINION | Off-campus living is integral but comes with community responsibilities

Phoebe Hurwitz and Gabi Liebeler September 29, 2021

Moving into a cockroach-infested shotgun house in a centuries-old New Orleans neighborhood with seven other roommates is one of the most exciting events for third-year students at Tulane University....

Laplace, Louisiana experienced substantial damage from Hurricane Ida.

Center for Public Service aims to help Ida relief efforts

Mackenzie Bookamer, News Editor September 15, 2021

Tulane University’s Center for Public Service — which works to connect students to community partners in New Orleans — originated in 2006 amidst the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Hurricane...

Asynchronous events, like window painting, foster normalcy during the pandemic.

OPINION | Asynchronous events are different, not worse

Phoebe Hurwitz, Staff Writer April 21, 2021

Citizens across the nation have had to learn to adapt to a new way of life imposed by COVID-19. Despite unique living conditions imposed by COVID-19 policies and restrictions, many Americans have found...

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Staff editorial: This year, let’s foster a community of care

September 5, 2019

The Tulane community is aching right now as we endure the unthinkable: saying goodbye to one of our own. This tragedy serves as a stark reminder that we carry a responsibility to look after one another...

Ashley Chen | Views Layout Editor

An introduction to ‘The Elephant’ column

Justin Marcano, Views Editor February 14, 2019

In the coming issues of The Hullabaloo, the Views section will be publishing a periodic column titled “The Elephant.” The column is based on the common idiom “the elephant in the room,” which refers...

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

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...

Yacob Arroyo | Contributing Artist

Tulane Should Scrap Its Housing Requirement

Edwin Wang, Contributing Reporter January 31, 2019

With the housing application reopening for the 2019-20 academic year, a question that often puzzles Tulane students resurfaces: Why does Tulane require first- and second-year students to live on campus? As...

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