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  • Tulane University removed Tonya Hansel as director of the doctor of social work program. Hansel remains a tenured professor.

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    Director of Tulane doctor of social work program removed

  • The New Orleans Book Festival at Tulane University is scheduled for Mar. 14-16.

    News

    Book Fest schedule features Stacey Abrams, Jake Tapper

  • Students, faculty and alumni gathered on the academic quad on Friday to start digging the new NPHC plots, marking a new beginning for Black greek organizations.

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    ‘A huge step forward’: Plots earn Divine Nine recognition on campus

  • Over the span of five days, monks from the Drepung Gomang Monastery worked together in the meticulous creation of a sand mandala on the fifth floor of the Howard-Tilton Memorial Library. On Saturday morning, it was wiped away with several swipes of a paintbrush.

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    Peek into Tibetan Buddhism, from Howard-Tilton Memorial Library

  • With a capacity of 200+ people, Paul Hall’s auditorium serves as an ideal venue for lecture-based classes.

    News

    Paul Hall opens new doors for Science and Engineering department

  • Its a bird, its a plane, its Green Wave Man

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    Meet Green Wave Man: Tulane’s only superfan

  • Lisa P. Jackson, Apple executive and the first Black administrator of the EPA, came to Tulane to speak about her career path.

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    Apple executive Lisa Jackson speaks on career journey

  • The pop icon has come under scrutiny for her consistent attendance at Kansas City Chiefs games this season

    Football

    Do NFL fans really hate Taylor Swift or do they hate women?

  • OPINION | Tenure: The last defense of professors’ constitutional rights 

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    OPINION | Tenure: The last defense of professors’ constitutional rights 

  • Heres how you should spend your college summer.

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    What can I do with my first college summer?

  • Club spotlight: Tulane Sports Business Conference

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    Club spotlight: Tulane Sports Business Conference

  • Dua Lipa turns back clock on ‘Training Season’

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    Dua Lipa turns back clock on ‘Training Season’

  • Pottery on display in the Newcomb Art Museum.

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    Newcomb Pottery shines light on Tulane’s history

  • OPINION | Could NOLA be more than four years of fun?

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    OPINION | Could NOLA be more than four years of fun?

  • OPINION | To fight or flinch: Why Democrats need to get serious about 2024

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    OPINION | To fight or flinch: Why Democrats need to get serious about 2024

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The Tulane Hullabaloo

Student newspaper serving Tulane University, Uptown New Orleans

The Tulane Hullabaloo

OPINION | Legislative fallout in Louisiana post-Roe v. Wade

OPINION | Legislative fallout in Louisiana post-Roe v. Wade

Carson Glew, Contributing Columnist September 14, 2022

Over the last few years, abortion has become one of the most contentious political topics of the 21st century. The Supreme Court’s decision to strike down Roe v. Wade caused millions of people all...

Pump malfunction floods LBC basement, reopening date undetermined

Pump malfunction floods LBC basement, reopening date undetermined

Amy Nankin, News Editor October 21, 2020

The Garden Level of the Lavin-Bernick Center (LBC) closed in response to a pump malfunction that resulted in flooding throughout portions of the Garden Level Oct. 18. There is no exact date for when repairs...

Accountability, transparency essential for new drainage pump repairs

Accountability, transparency essential for new drainage pump repairs

Daniel Horowitz, Views Editor March 7, 2018

New Orleans saw flooding all over the city due to damaged drainage pumps last summer. The Sewerage and Water Board of New Orleans plans to fix the drainage system in the city this year, but it must do...

Flint water crisis rooted in environmental racism

Flint water crisis rooted in environmental racism

Daniel Horowitz, Senior Staff Writer September 24, 2017

Clean drinking water is a simple necessity about which residents of urban areas in the U.S. do not typically have to worry. For residents of Flint, Michigan, however, clean water can be difficult to...

In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, more than 50 inches of rain and severe flooding damaged many homes and buildings. 

Students impacted by Hurricane Harvey, Tulane community responds

Cam Lutz and Kathryne LeBell, Senior Staff Reporter and Staff Reporter September 14, 2017

Hurricane Harvey hit Texas on Aug. 25, bringing unprecedented flooding to the affected regions. The hurricane took the lives of at least 70 people while also dropping as many as 50 inches of rain on parts...

Uptown, Downtown, Elmwood campuses closed due to possible flooding

Adrienne Underwood, News Editor August 28, 2017

Tulane's New Orleans campuses, including the Uptown, Downtown and Elmwood campuses, will be closed tomorrow, Aug. 29. Classes are canceled, and offices will also be closed. Students can expect Bruff Commons...

Flooding in the Central Business District and Mid-City left 16 drainage pumps out of service and forced pedestrians to wade through several feet of water as regular traffic was disrupted.

Faulty drainage leaves CBD and Mid-City under stagnant water

"There were cars everywhere, just stalled cars," Tulane junior Paul Simon said. "You could see how high the water had gone up and looked like that area had been about two and half, three and a half feet...

Productive summer shows Governor Edwards’ capabilities

Caroline Davenport, Contributing Writer August 31, 2016

This is an opinion article and does not necessarily reflect the views of The Tulane Hullabaloo.This summer, the eyes of the state and nation were on Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards as he handled...

We are all Louisianians now: Tulane, Louisiana communities unify during historic floods

“We are all Louisianians now:” Tulane, Louisiana communities unify during historic floods

Canela López and Lauren Gaines August 24, 2016

On Aug. 4, freshman Kim Lam was worrying about what decor to buy for her dorm at Tulane. A week later, her concerns were replaced with dread as she watched flood water engulf her childhood home. For...

National media fails Louisiana residents

Caroline Davenport, Contributing Writer August 24, 2016

This is an opinion article and does not necessarily reflect the views of The Tulane Hullabaloo.The American Red Cross declared the August flooding in Louisiana the worst natural disaster in the United...

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