The Tulane Hullabaloo

Summer School Tuition to be charged for all CPS Summer Internships

Summer School Tuition

Amy Nankin, News Editor

September 19, 2019

During an annual summer review of Center for Public Service programs, staff members noticed inconsistencies in the second-tier service learning summer internship program. Some departments had allowed students to apply summer internship credit to their fall semester schedule, meaning these students were abl...

Intersectional Confessional: Today, I wished I was a cat

Intersectional Confessional: Today, I wished I was a cat

Anonymous

October 24, 2018

Adelaide Basco | Art Director Today, I wished I was a cat. I could walk around and know my existence would be appreciated on this campus. No, protected on this campus. I could purr, bat my eyes, and you’d see me as soft and loveable. The idea of someone threatening my existence would enrage you, evoke your deepest sympathies...

CPS vandalized, “Black Lives Matter” signs obstructed

sexual assault

Sanjali De Silva, Senior Staff Reporter

October 16, 2018

A graduate assistant for the Center for Public Service noticed yesterday that “Black Lives Matter” signs put in windows of Program Managers Ben Brubaker and Nicole Ralston’s office had been vandalized from the outside. The word “Black” had been spray painted over with black spray paint on ...

Students and the Center for Public Service implement Mexico Earthquake relief efforts

Students and the Center for Public Service implement Mexico Earthquake relief efforts

Kayla Davis, Contributing Reporter

October 20, 2017

Following the earthquake on Sept. 19 in Mexico City, some Tulane students have been raising funds to donate to those affected. Senior Mariana Deluera, co-president of the Tulane International Society, remembers the earthquake that devastated her hometown of Mexico City. Though there was a delay in...

CPS director receives kidney transplant

Agnieszka Nance, executive director of the Center for Public Service, received a kidney transplant on March 21.

Josh Axelrod, Associate Editor

April 16, 2017

Agnieszka Nance, executive director of the Center for Public Service, breathed a sigh of relief on March 21, the day her search for a new kidney ended. Two years ago, Nance noticed a strange skin rash and thought it was an allergic reaction. After visiting her doctor, she was diagnosed with kidney...