The Tulane Hullabaloo

Do you know what it means to miss New Orleans: The Hullabaloo staff reflects on NOLA favorites

April 25, 2018

As the 2017-18 school year comes to an end and finals season closes in, Hullabaloo seniors reflect on what they will miss most about New Orleans when they graduate, and Hullabaloo underclassmen reflect on what they'll miss when they return home for the summer. Lily Milwit — Class of 2018 I've been so luck...

Remembering the past, textbooks should not ignore history

Remembering the past, textbooks should not ignore history

Daniel Horowitz, Views Editor

April 25, 2018

History is complicated and filled with different sorts of nuances and perspectives. These perspectives, however, are what help provide us with a holistic understanding of our past. If we cannot learn history as it truly happened while we are students, then we will not be able to learn from past mistakes...

Ask Views: What is the best way to approach coastal restoration in Louisiana?

Ask Views: What is the best way to approach coastal restoration in Louisiana?

April 18, 2018

The following are opinions columns and do not reflect the views of The Tulane Hullabaloo. Daniel Horowitz, Views Editor We live in a sinking state. Experts have done what they can to attempt to build and restore land on the coast to compensate for the land being lost, but the land restoration ...

Standardized comprehensive sex education critical for young students

Daniel Horowitz, Views Editor

April 11, 2018

Awkward experiences are commonplace during a person's early teenage years. Just because something is awkward, however, does not make it bad. Sex education could possibly be one of the most awkward experiences for a young adult navigating the maze of puberty. But these courses teach us about the information,...

Views: Letter from the Views Editor: Always been here to piss you off

Daniel Horowitz, Views Editor

April 4, 2018

Dear Tulane Community, Throughout my four years at Tulane, I have found great pleasure in writing for the Views section. As I honed my writing skills, I worked my way up the ladder to Associate Views Editor and now, Views Editor. My learning and my experience have hopefully helped me accomplish my...

Ask Views: Confederate monuments and what to do with them

Ask Views: Confederate monuments and what to do with them

March 21, 2018

The following columns are opinions and do not represent the views of The Tulane Hullabaloo. Taking down the Confederate monuments is a good first step in acknowledging the discriminatory history they represent, but we cannot forget this history. Placing these monuments on display in a museum is a way...

Accountability, transparency essential for new drainage pump repairs

Accountability, transparency essential for new drainage pump repairs

Daniel Horowitz, Views Editor

March 7, 2018

New Orleans saw flooding all over the city due to damaged drainage pumps last summer. The Sewerage and Water Board of New Orleans plans to fix the drainage system in the city this year, but it must do so quickly and efficiently. In addition, the funding for this project must be appropriated and used w...

Come Crawl with Us: New Orleans’ best breweries

The Hullabaloo checked out three local breweries: Urban South, Port Orleans, and NOLA Brewing Co. to enjoy a sunny Saturday and compare each locations' house-made beers.

Regina LoBiondo and Daniel Horowitz

February 28, 2018

In a city like New Orleans, there is a seemingly endless number of bars and restaurants where you can go to get drinks and enjoy a lazy afternoon or night out. But oftentimes, going to the source of the alcohol can be just as nice as hitting your favorite bar. Luckily for the beer lovers at Tulane...

Partisan gerrymandering presents harmful political, racial implications

Daniel Horowitz, Views Editor

February 21, 2018

Our current political climate creates a highly polarized environment that affects how policymakers formulate laws. Theoretically, the solution to alleviate the problem these legislators present is to elect someone new. Gerrymandering makes this easier said than done, and our courts must do what they ca...

Snowden reminds students to question leaders to ensure accountability

Daniel Horowitz, Views Editor

February 7, 2018

The Constitution is supposed to grant us basic, inalienable rights to protect us from an abusive government. Sometimes, there is a difficult dilemma the government presents when it believes the public needs to be protected. When these predicaments arise, it is important that we remember that it is okay to...

2018 midterms signal wave of female political representation

2018 midterms signal wave of female political representation

Daniel Horowitz, Views Editor

January 24, 2018

The 2018 midterm elections are what political junkies have been waiting for since the general election in 2016. The main significance that people see in the midterms is that they are going to gauge how voters feel about their government since Donald Trump took office. There is another notable milest...

Cowen Institute takes first step in expanding mission, improving lives of New Orleans youth

The Cowen Institute's new research initiative aims to help New Orleans students with college and career readiness.

Daniel Horowitz, Views Editor

December 20, 2017

For 10 years, the Cowen Institute has aimed to improve public education in the greater New Orleans area. In November, the organization received an opportunity to expand on its work with the hope it will help New Orleans public school students beyond K-12 education. The Institute's new research initiati...