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Tulane seeks name nominations for Hebert Hall ‘spaces’

Martha Sanchez, News Editor November 3, 2022

Tulane University is accepting nominations for the renaming of “spaces” within Hebert Hall. The school recently said the Uptown building would retain its name after a years-long debate over the...

Whos afraid of F. Edward Hébert?

Who’s afraid of F. Edward Hébert?

Doxey Kamara, Intersections Editor October 19, 2022

In what seems to be a tradition at Tulane University, the F. Edward Hebert Hall is once again the center of campus controversy. Most recently, Tulane faculty unofficially renamed the building in honor...


Hebert Hall to retain name

Martha Sanchez, News Editor September 28, 2022

Tulane University will not rename Hebert Hall, the focus of a yearslong debate centered on its namesake F. Edward Hébert’s segregationist views. Tulane is instead opting to prominently display facts...

How to be anti-racist at a racist institution

How to be anti-racist at a racist institution

Emrey Broyles, Staff Writer February 25, 2021

Tulane University, like many institutions of higher education, works tirelessly to uphold a spotless reputation as a progressive center for the advancement of knowledge. Whether intentional or not,...


Why is our frisbee team better at addressing racism than our university?

Josh Axelrod, Views Editor September 11, 2019

When presented with two institutions — one, a centuries-old university serving thousands of students and the other, a club sports team —  it would make sense that the university would be quicker...

USG confronts racism, resolves to rename Hebert Hall

USG confronts racism, resolves to rename Hebert Hall

Adrienne Underwood , News Editor November 30, 2017

Undergraduate Student Government passed a resolution last night to rename Hebert Hall, located on the Academic Quadrangle between Norman Mayer and Cudd Halls. The building, which currently houses the...

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