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Sparks fly from a downed power line in connection to the garage fire around 11 p.m. Saturday night near Clara and Nashville.

Downtown COVID-19 testing briefly suspended after power outage

Martha Sanchez, News Editor March 17, 2022

Around 10,000 Entergy customers in New Orleans lost power when an animal damaged equipment at the Derbigny substation on March 9. The culprit was probably a bird, Entergy said.   Tulane...

OPINION | New Orleans, not New Orleanians, needs resiliency

OPINION | New Orleans, not New Orleanians, needs resiliency

Rohan Goswami, News Editor February 23, 2022

On Sat. Feb. 12, Krewe du Vieux rolled — ambled? —  for the first time in two years, with typical satire and neon aplomb.  Even without New Orleans health director Dr. Jennifer Avegno, Krewe...

Newcomb Hall remains covered in scaffolding after Hurricane Ida.

Despite faculty concerns, Fitts emphasizes successful efforts during Ida

Rohan Goswami, News Editor October 6, 2021

As students returned to New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida, Tulane University President Mike Fitts reflected on the preparations around the hurricane, the evacuation to Houston, the return to...

Kimberly Laques car following Hurricane Zeta.

Damage from Hurricane Zeta leaves student’s family car crushed

Mackenzie Bookamer , Staff Reporter November 12, 2020

The impact of Hurricane Zeta on those living in New Orleans can be seen throughout the city, from the widespread power outages to fallen trees. Reagan Laque, a junior at Tulane University, told The Hullabaloo...

Hurricane Zeta impacts Tulane, New Orleans

Hurricane Zeta impacts Tulane, New Orleans

Gabby Abrams , News Editor November 3, 2020

On Thursday evening, New Orleans was hit by the strongest hurricane in the city’s history. The Category 2 hurricane made landfall in Cocodrie, Louisiana, and generated the most damage in New Orleans...

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