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A representation of a candy skull representative of Dia de los Meurtos.

Day of the Dead: finding meaning through the past

Miranda Sinsheimer, Staff Reporter October 18, 2018

The period beginning Oct. 31 and ending Nov. 2 marks the celebration of Day of the Dead. The rich and vibrant traditions of Day of the Dead originated in Mexico and are celebrated throughout Latin...

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Congreso de Jornalerxs offers insight on immigrant worker community in New Orleans

Kila Moore, Associate Editor May 1, 2018

During the 2016 election, the world witnessed a heightened discussion on the issue of immigration in the United States. In response to this new wave of polarization, many activists groups involved with...

Hurricane Irma devastated St. Martin when it hit on Sept. 6. Students from St. Martin, along with students from Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, can apply to enroll at Tulane for the Spring 2018 semester.

“Shelter from the storm”: Tulane opens doors to Puerto Rican students, organizes relief efforts

Seven hurricanes have ravaged the Atlantic region since August, with four of them registered as Category 4 or higher. According to recent estimates, the combined damage from Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and...

Kappa Alpha Fraternity members at Tulane University constructed a wall out of sandbags that read Trump on their front porch that many students found to be targeting and racially motivated.

Kappa Alpha Fraternity politicized “Trump Wall” divides campus

Canela López and Emma Discher April 13, 2016

A group of Kappa Alpha Order members removed a wall displaying Donald Trump slogans from their house Tuesday after a Latino student organization took to social media to express their offense and concerns,...

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