The Tulane Hullabaloo

TGNC Mutual Aid Fund offers relief to transgender community

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Megan Garcia, Intersections Editor

April 15, 2020

In light of financial crisis brought on by the novel coronavirus, the Transgender and Gender-Nonconforming Crisis Funding Circle Louisiana has created a mutual aid fund to give relief to their community. The TGNC fund was established on March 17 as the effects of COVID-19 began to take place within the ...

Students should support local trans organizing, Real Name Campaign

Organizers petition for New Orleans to make name changes more accessible for transgender city residents.

Dylan Borne, Staff Writer

September 11, 2019

Dylan Borne (she/they) is a member of Freedom Road Socialist Organization and an organizer with the Real Name Campaign. Transgender activists in the city are pushing forward a new grassroots struggle for LGBT+ rights: the Real Name Campaign. It is a fight for accessible name and gender marker changes in New Orleans and Louisiana. Our petition includes demands to waive the...

Letter to the Editor: Tulane must not adopt pro-BDS policies


Alan Smason

April 7, 2018

Dear Editor: As a Tulane alumnus and the former Features Editor and Executive Editor of The Hullabaloo during the early 1970s, I was appalled that the newspaper chose to run a pro-BDS (boycott, divestment and sanction), anti-Israel opinion piece by freshman Dylan Borne. In making the case for a...

Tulane must follow New Orleans’ lead regarding Palestine

Dylan Borne, Contributing Writer

March 14, 2018

For the past year, a human rights movement has been growing in New Orleans, but Tulane's practices lag behind it. Activist groups are backing the Human Rights Investment Screening Resolution, which asks the city to review all contracts with corporations that violate human rights. The resolution, though...

Universities must work toward complete freedom of gender expression to accommodate students

Universities must work toward complete freedom of gender expression to accommodate students

Dylan Borne, Contributing Writer

November 29, 2017

Most spectators of the sparring match involving freedom of speech might get caught up in the misconception that the argument is a binary one — conservatives defend all free speech while liberals make a case for limited restrictions on it. In some circumstances, that is an accurate summary. But suc...