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FULLABALOO | Romanticize Tulanes wrongs

FULLABALOO | Romanticize Tulane’s wrongs

Imma Beech, Clearly not in therapy April 13, 2022

This article is entirely satire. All information and interviews below are fictional and for entertainment purposes only. Tulane does a lot of things right. Boasting a beautiful 110-acre urban campus,...

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 17, 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...

Potential new members experienced the ease of hybrid recruitment and the authenticity of an in-person process.

OPINION | Hybrid sorority recruitment offers best of both worlds

Ava Crowe, Contributing Columnist February 15, 2022

At Tulane University and many colleges alike, sorority recruitment can be an extremely high-stress endeavor for those going through the process for the first time, as well as for the active members.  Prior...

sororities on Tulanes campus

Unsolicited review of Tulane bid day 2022 themes

Holly Haney, Arcade Editor February 3, 2022

Bid Day: a long held tradition across the country where those who went through sorority recruitment receive their bids and “run home” to find not only their new sorority members but also a big...

sorority merch

OPINION | Greek life consumerism represents elitism at Tulane

Setah Alavi, Contributing Columnist October 13, 2021

Greek life offers a multitude of benefits for its participants. Members of these exclusive social groups expect benefits ranging from networking opportunities, increased social circles and communities...

Tulane Greek organizations face hazing allegations

Tulane Greek organizations face hazing allegations

Domenic Mesa, News Editor April 29, 2021

Tulane Greek organizations continue to be under scrutiny as TUPD investigates allegations of hazing. Earlier this semester, six Greek organizations were placed on interim suspension due to non-compliance...

A sorority house representing the pervasive whiteness of greek life

OPINION | Whiteness of Greek life contradicts Tulane students’ purported values

Sala Thanassi, Contributing Writer March 3, 2021

As the summer of 2020 faded away, an interesting dichotomy emerged. College students who had participated in Black Lives Matter protests, or had been equally as vocal on their social medias, returned to...

Gabe Darley | Senior Staff Artist

OPINION | Greek Life scapegoating overlooks the bigger picture

Anna Dixon, Contributing Writer February 3, 2021

This semester, Tulane University’s administration attempted to prevent the spread of COVID-19 during the first weeks of classes by testing undergraduates three times a week. However, with over 300...

OPINION | Virtual sorority recruitment levels panhellenic playing field

OPINION | Virtual sorority recruitment levels panhellenic playing field

Gabi Liebeler, Contributing Writer January 28, 2021

When Tulane University’s Office of Fraternity and Sorority Programs decided this past fall that sorority recruitment would occur virtually, the announcement did not come as a shock. COVID-19 upended...

Emma Vaughters | Senior Staff Artist

Abolish IFCPH movement gains steam on campus

Ori Tsameret, Intersections Editor September 2, 2020

This summer, several Instagram accounts centered around the abolition and removal of Greek life organizations, specifically Interfraternity Council and National Panhellenic Conference organizations on...

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Noisy Bruff Commons demolition to bring new residence halls, dining options

Amy Nankin and Carrigan English, News Editors January 29, 2020

Bruff Commons, Tulane’s retired dining hall and former home of mail services, has been closed off to the public and is slated to be demolished and replaced by new residence halls by Fall 2022.  A...

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