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OPINION | Tulane should be a model for national unity

Edwin Wang, Staff Writer November 11, 2020

As the U.S. moves past this election, Tulanians are obligated to honor their civic duty by rejecting divisive rancor, uniting behind the legal victor and mobilizing to craft a more equitable society....

USG’s Civic Engagement Committee registers Tulane students to vote

USG’s Civic Engagement Committee registers Tulane students to vote

Caroline Latta, Contributing Reporter November 4, 2020

Tulane University’s Civic Engagement Committee has spent this past semester working to increase voter efficacy and voter awareness. The committee is led by director Olivia Mullaney, a junior at Tulane.  In...

Campus Question: Election Edition

Campus Question: Election Edition

Amy Nankin, News Editor November 3, 2020

News Editor Amy Nankin asked people walking down McAlister Drive important questions concerning the 2020 presidential election as Production Manager Daisy Rymer stood by to take a headshot of the interviewees...

OPINION | In 2020, voting is not optional

OPINION | In 2020, voting is not optional

Anna Dixon, Contributing Writer November 2, 2020

The future of the U.S. rests on the shoulders of the 2020 presidential election. This election falls in the midst of a global pandemic which resulted in a nationwide recession. The U.S. Senate confirmed...

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Election Day amendments represent shifts in Louisiana policy

Julia Prager-Hessel, Staff Writer October 16, 2019

Julia Prager-Hessel worked for MSNBC this summer in the breaking news political unit. The gubernatorial primary, which resulted in a November runoff between Gov. John Bel Edwards and businessman Eddie...

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The ultimate Louisiana gubernatorial voting guide

Julia Prager-Hessel, Staff Writer September 25, 2019

Julia Prager-Hessel worked for MSNBC this summer in the breaking news political unit. The political climate on Tulane’s campus is largely the result of rumor and generalized personality traits. You’re...

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Governor Edwards Deserving of Second Term

Edwin Wang, Staff Writer April 17, 2019

On Nov. 21, 2016, John Bel Edwards was elected as Governor of Louisiana, defeating Republican Senator David Vitter and prevailing as a Democrat in a predominantly conservative state. Edwards campaigned...

Undercurrents: 5 things TU know this week

Undercurrents: 5 things TU know this week

Lauren Flowers, Intersections Editor March 13, 2019

Tulane Mental Health Panel Those interested in learning about mental health and making connections to the Tulane student-athlete community are welcome to observe a panel connecting these topics...

Tulane student becomes president of College Democrats’ statewide chapter

Tulane student becomes president of College Democrats’ statewide chapter

Kila Moore , News Editor November 8, 2018

More than ever before, college students are taking a more active role in politics. For Tulane University sophomore Henry Walther, however, his role involves leading a cohort of college students working...

(Left to right) Gerald Williams (19), Garrett Hines (20) and Kerianne Strachan (18) were elected presidents of their respective classes at Tulane Law School.

Tulane Law class presidents prompt diversity discussion

Lily Milwit, Senior Staff Reporter March 7, 2018

At the beginning of the 2017-18 academic year, Tulane University Law School students elected three class presidents — one to represent each of the classes at the law school. The campaign, voting and...

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Russian community at Tulane responds to 2016 election meddling allegations

Sophie Brams, Staff Reporter February 28, 2018

This year, the U.S. intelligence community confirmed that Russia meddled in the 2016 Presidential election. Tulane's Russian community shared its reactions, unanimously stating they believe the reports. Junior...

LaToya Cantrell elected first female mayor of New Orleans

Fiona Grathwohl , News Editor November 20, 2017

City council member LaToya Cantrell has been elected the first ever female mayor of New Orleans. The mayor-elect defeated fellow Democrat and municipal court judge Desiree Charbonnet in the runoff election...

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