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Pause Café explores the intersection of Francophone culture and New Orleans

Pause Café explores the intersection of Francophone culture and New Orleans

Cam Lutz, Associate Editor

March 10, 2017

New Orleans lies at the intersection of African, French and Cajun cultures. Tulane University's Department of French and Italian hosts several events on campus to celebrate New Orleans' French cultural heritage and the French language. The Pause Café, a weekly roundtable French-language discussion host...

Classic Hawaiian dish finds home in New Orleans

Restaurants like Poke Loa offer students restaurant options around campus.

Jordan Figueredo and Samantha Sitt

February 16, 2017

Poke Loa makes its entrance into New Orleans' foodscape with a minimalistic interior, offering diners the opportunity to express creativity through the step-by-step process of building a Poke bowl. Poke has become the latest food trend to capture taste buds across the nation in recent years. With...

Bagel Boy rises from Humble beginnings

Brendan Dodd, better known in the New Orleans area as

Nurah Lambert, Associate Arcade Editor

February 16, 2017

Bagels aren't just a doughy treat or an on-the-go breakfast. For some, they are a lifestyle. Recent Loyola University New Orleans graduate Brendan Dodd, known by many as Bagel Boy, launched his bagel delivery business only a few months ago but is already making a name for himself in the New Orleans...

Nolabuck$ venues drop program

Nolabuck$ venues drop program

Fiona Grathwohl, Contributing Reporter

February 15, 2017

Tulane's Nolabuck$ system allows students to combine their meal plan with food from local New Orleans restaurants. Students, however, have encountered inconsistencies between Tulane's list of Nolabuck$ venues and those that actually accept Nolabuck$. Tulane introduced the Nolabuck$ system six y...

Culinary medicine meets doctor’s office

Chef Leah Sarris presents a cooking demonstration for community members at the Goldring Center for Culinary Medicine.  The Goldring Center offers free cooking classes six to seven times per week at their facility on North Broad Street.

Lily Milwit, News Editor

February 2, 2017

On any given day in an industrial-sized kitchen on North Broad Street, Tulane University medical students are putting down their stethoscopes and lab coats, picking up forks and knives and learning the ins and outs of healthy cooking. Tulane University School of Medicine is the first medical school...

Hillel’s Kaj Friis-Hecht heats up “Chopped Junior”

Jordan Figueredo, Senior Staff Reporter

January 23, 2017

The camera catches every moment as mystery ingredients haunt competitors and Ted Allen begins his countdown. Even professional chefs falter in the "Chopped" kitchen, yet 9-15-year-olds have proven they can take on the challenge, as long as their blue step ladder is present. One of the newest competitors...

Airing of Grievances: Serving and slaving

Airing Serving and slaving

Tyler Mead, Senior Staff Reporter

August 30, 2016

Dear Callous Customers, Reliving memories of this summer stings like salt on a fresh wound. I was tormented daily by an enemy with a different face and new sadistic technique. My enemies are everywhere and blend seamlessly into a crowd. They are cruel, and they are called "customers." This summ...

The Arcade’s Guide: Food and drinks for free in the Big Easy

Cadence Neenan, Senior Staff Reporter

February 2, 2016

College students are characterized with plenty of stereotypes — we party too much, sleep too little and are always trying to stalk down our love interests. While these stereotypes are disputed by many a self-righteous academic, the one we can pretty much all agree on is that college students are i...

Voodoo bewitches audiences

Florence + Machine put on an explosive performance Oct. 30 for the first day of Voodoo Music and Arts Experience. 

Taylor DeMulling, Associate Arcade Editor Ben Shooter

November 4, 2015

Day 1Where else would drunk moms sipping from Wu-Tang Clan chalices, people so thoroughly adorned in festival-wear one could not possibly tell whether they're wearing it ironically and an alarmingly large number of people in inflatable dinosaur costumes be seen all together other than at Voodoo Music...

Eat well, buy sustainable at local farmers markets

Bryce Berman, Contributing Reporter

September 23, 2015

Eat your vegetables and enjoy them too, with the Sodexo and Crescent City farmers markets.Dining Services set up an intimate, personable farmers market outside Devlin Fieldhouse at the corner of Freret Street and McAlister Drive Friday afternoon. Upon approaching the small table, shoppers were greeted b...

Vegan options abound throughout city

Bella Gagliano, Contributing Reporter

September 16, 2015

While New Orleans may be famous for its heaping pots of gumbo, alligator, jambalaya and po'boys, Tulane students will be surprised to learn that, buried underneath the abundance of sausages and stews, an emerging vegan cuisine is attracting New Orleanians from all walks of life. From Mid-City to Upto...