The Tulane Hullabaloo

Summer is coming: Events for students staying in NOLA

Hannah Erbrick, Arcade Editor

April 25, 2019

Maybe you’re taking a class, working or have an internship. For whatever reason, you’re staying in New Orleans for the summer. If you’re worried about getting bored, don’t – festival season is just beginning, and New Orleans will be ripe with things to do this summer. Here are just a few to ...

New Orleans must find new ways to preserve its history

Yacob Arroyo | Staff Artist

Gabriel Clark-Clough, Contributing Writer

April 25, 2019

It is uncanny how visiting the city before and after Hurricane Katrina, the comparatively touristy parts of the city recovered to almost exactly how they were before. With tourism as a central part of the city’s economy, New Orleans throws a lot of money at retaining its appeal to visitors, maintai...

French Quarter Fest rocks the city with four days of local flavor

French Quarter Fest rocks the city with four days of local flavor

Hannah Erbrick, Arcade Editor

April 10, 2019

Another sunny spring weekend means more festivals for New Orleans residents to enjoy. This weekend, starting Thursday, April 11, French Quarter Festival will light up New Orleans and highlight its most famous neighborhood.   French Quarter Fest is a popular destination for music, food and art lovers. Th...

Freret Street Festival kicks off New Orleans’ festival season

Emma Vaughters | Arcade Layout Editor

Hannah Eichelbaum, Staff Reporter

April 3, 2019

After jaywalking across Freret Street every day – late to classes – Tulane students have developed a true appreciation for the famous New Orleans street that passes through the center of Tulane University’s campus. This Saturday, April 6, the city of New Orleans will pay it tribute during t...

Season of Light: New Orleans Best Winter Festivals

Season of Light: New Orleans Best Winter Festivals

Gillian Robins, Cori Shalit, and Hannah Erbrick

November 29, 2018

Known for its busy social schedule, New Orleans boasts tons of festivals each year. This is no exception during the winter months, when the holiday season offers ample opportunity for festive fun. Here’s a guide to enjoying some of the best festivals in the city this season.     ...

Annual pride celebration enriches community

Parker Greenwood, Contributing Reporter

August 24, 2016

180,000 people, $215 million in tourist revenue and 45 years of celebration equals one seriously decadent festival. Southern Decadence, which began in 1972 as a costume party comprised of a small group of friends held on the Sunday before Labor Day, has since developed into an internationally recogniz...