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Four must-listen NOLA podcasts

Lauren Berg, Contributing Writer October 21, 2020

The city of New Orleans is full of different cultural, historical and social points of intrigue. Finding interesting ways of learning about these things, however, can sometimes be a challenge. These...

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Say my name properly, it’s not that hard

Apoorva Verghese, Staff Writer March 25, 2020

My name, “Apoorva,” means "unique" in Malayalam, my native language. When my parents named me, they didn’t just choose a name but an aspiration. In my family, my name, as well as those of my siblings,...

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Second Saturdays: Showcasing arts and culture

Avery Anderson, Arcade Editor February 5, 2020

Searching for a fun and free way to nourish your artistic impulses? Look no further than Second Saturdays on St. Claude Avenue! Every second Saturday of the month at 6 p.m., the St. Claude Arts District...

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Arcade’s February events preview

Jordan Moskowitz, Contributing Writer February 5, 2020

Here in New Orleans, the fun never stops. With the annual celebration of Mardi Gras coming up, why not honor the whole month with fun-filled events? While there is an overload of activities on NOLA’s...

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Tulane Homecoming Color Run accused of cultural appropriation

Shahamat Uddin, Intersections Editor October 31, 2019

Sunshine yellows, blushing bright pinks, electric blues and cool emerald greens shower the atmosphere as celebrators of Holi sprint towards each other with fists of color in hand. With the end of winter...

Review: Tremé festival contributes lively culture not found Uptown

Review: Tremé festival contributes lively culture not found Uptown

Megan Garcia, Intersections Editor October 9, 2019

The fifth annual Tremé Fall Festival took place last weekend on Oct. 5 at St. Augustine Catholic Church, known for being New Orleans’ oldest African American church.  The festival celebrates the...

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Black history is world history: Exploring African diaspora mythos, religions

Hugo Fajardo, Intersections Editor February 20, 2019

Black history is so massive and enriching, border lines and oceans cannot possibly measure it. During Black History Month, Americans recognize the hardships and oppression Black people continue to face...

Students reflect on Spotify, cancel culture

Students reflect on Spotify, cancel culture

Lucy Reynal, Staff Reporter February 14, 2019

In the absence of an effective legal framework for accountability, how do we contend with artists who have allegedly committed acts of violence? What does it mean to “cancel” someone? According to...

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When, where to celebrate Black History Month in New Orleans

Hannah Erbrick, Arcade Editor February 14, 2019

With Black History Month fully underway, there’s no shortage of celebratory and informative events all over the country. Luckily for Tulane students, there may be few better cities in which to celebrate...

Intersections' top 10 Instagram accounts you need to be following

Intersections’ top 10 Instagram accounts you need to be following

Hugo Fajardo, Intersections Editor January 23, 2019

If you need that occasional break from Twitter, you've come to the right place. This week we're bringing you the best intersectional content on Instagram that you should go follow after reading...

Did R. Kelly hide in plain sight?

Did R. Kelly hide in plain sight?

Lauren Flowers, Intersections Editor January 23, 2019

   Courtesy of Flickr Kelly is from my home, Chicago. Not in the way Kanye West is from Chicago – a rapper who fashioned himself into a representation of “Chi-town” until he became...

Airing of Grievances: Syllabus week

Airing of Grievances: Syllabus week

January 16, 2019

Adelaide Basco | Art Director Dear “Sylly” Week Shenanigans,   To quote the great Michael G. Scott, “Do you think that doing alcohol is cool?”   But really —...

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