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OPINION | Gender inequities in Greek life persist at Tulane

OPINION | Gender inequities in Greek life persist at Tulane

Billie Wyler, Staff Columnist March 16, 2022

  Fraternities were first established at universities in 1776. Eventually, the first sorority was formed over 100 years later in 1882. The women in these institutions felt pressure to prove...

Who are the Black fraternities and sororities on Tulane, and what do these organizations foster?

Divine Nine: Honoring Black sororities, fraternities

Paige Magee, Contributing Columnist February 16, 2022

The National Pan-Hellenic Council was founded on May 10, 1930 at Howard University. This council was created to foster a cooperative place that allowed Black sororities to deal with matters of mutual...


‘I’m from the South’ isn’t an excuse to be racist

Shahamat Uddin, Intersections Editor November 13, 2019

The crisp crackle of fried pickles in my mouth, the loud cool Georgia winds singing me to sleep, and the kind warm smiles of strangers ready to turn family. These are the symbols of my Southern heritage,...

FULLABALOO: Annual Tequila Sunrise Marathon showcases the courage of Tulane students

Cullen Fagan, Sports Associate April 4, 2018

As the sun rose on Feb. 12, the annual Tequila Sunrise Marathon at Tulane University began. Students all over campus struggled to stay awake for the sunrise 24 hours later to post a snapchat selfie with...

FULLABALOO: Phi Kap shocks Tulane crowd with stunning upset in annual bodybuilding tournament

Carrigan English, Sports Editor April 4, 2018

This past weekend provided quite the show for the Tulane community. The Bruff Commons Quadrangle was filled with sun, sweat and sun tan oil as each of the social fraternities lined up to participate in...

Expelled fraternities continue to operate underground

Expelled fraternities continue to operate “underground”

Josh Axelrod, Emily Fornof, and Canela Lopez November 30, 2017

*The Hullabaloo has granted anonymity to some sources in this article to prevent any potential harm. These subjects have been given pseudonyms to protect their identities. Junior Maggie Kobelski does...

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