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Every year, there is a debate of whether minority character costumes can be worn by someone outside the minority.

OPINION | Keep the happy in “Happy Halloween”

Asia Thomas, Contributing Columnist October 27, 2021

It’s time to leave the “Native American” costumes on the shelves. My culture is not your costume. A serious tweet-turned-meme had a solid point: dressing up in cultural attire that is not...

Optimizing Personal Hairstyles for Halloween Costumes

Optimizing Personal Hairstyles for Halloween Costumes

Avery Anderson, Staff Reporter October 25, 2018

Are you in search of a simple last minute Halloween costume that requires minimal effort? Then look no further! Coordinating your costume to match the hairstyle you already have is easy and effective,...

Vendors, carnival costume shoppers gather for Piety Street Market

Parker Greenwood, Associate Arcade Editor February 8, 2017

Thrifty shoppers looking to spend a day venturing across the city should turn their attention towards the Piety Street Market. From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the second Saturday of every month, Old Ironworks,...

Frenchman Street is a popular destination for Tulane students during Halloween celebrations. The street has several restaurants, clubs and bars and will be crowded with costumed patrons.

Arcade’s guide: Make Halloween a treat

Sam Ergina, Online Arcade Editor October 28, 2015

Halloween: a time when ghosts and goblins (or more realistically sexy cats, angels and devils) roam the city that has been renowned for its indulgence in voodoo and vampires.The Arcade presents a guide...

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