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  • 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.

    News

    ‘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.

    News

    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

    Baseball

    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.

    News

    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.

    Arcade

    What can I do with my first college summer?

  • Club spotlight: Tulane Sports Business Conference

    Arcade

    Club spotlight: Tulane Sports Business Conference

  • Dua Lipa turns back clock on ‘Training Season’

    Arcade

    Dua Lipa turns back clock on ‘Training Season’

  • Pottery on display in the Newcomb Art Museum.

    Arcade

    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

  • Tulane University archaeologists discovered a 1,700-year-old Maya king’s tomb in northeastern Guatemala.

    News

    Tulane archaeologist unearths ancient treasures from Maya tomb

  • The Green Wave will be featured in EA Sports College Football 25

    Football

    EA Sports: We’re ‘in the game’

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Student newspaper serving Tulane University, Uptown New Orleans

The Tulane Hullabaloo

Student newspaper serving Tulane University, Uptown New Orleans

The Tulane Hullabaloo

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Haunting soon in theaters near you

Caroline Kurzweil, Contributing Writer November 1, 2023

As this Halloween season comes to a close, do not miss these scary movies that are hitting the big screen. From novel adaptations of small-town serial killers to a horrifying spin on a Christmas classic,...

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Haunted homes to lift your spirits

Caroline Kurzweil, Contributing Writer October 11, 2023

With its reputation as one of the most haunted cities in the country, New Orleans has lots of attractions to offer tourists, locals and students alike. From ghost tours around the Ursuline Convent’s...

Graphic by Shivani Bondada

23 Iconic costumes for Halloween ‘23

Olivia Rubell, Contributing Writer October 4, 2023

October — you know what that means. Fall is in the air, Starbucks serves pumpkin spice flavored drinks and a little breeze blows through the oaks.     It may only be the first week of...

ARCADE | In Earshot: Songs for spooky season

ARCADE | In Earshot: Songs for spooky season

Lila Mago and Jules Hanisee October 19, 2022

October, also objectively known as the best month of the year, has hit New Orleans in full swing, as per usual. While Halloween music options are not as extensive as other holidays such as Christmas,...

Spooky spots to visit

Spooky spots to visit

Eladia Michaels, Contributing Writer October 19, 2022

It's that time of year again: people are plotting pumpkins on porches, pulling Halloween decor boxes from the attic and placing skeletons onto window sills. Luckily, Tulane students find themselves centered...

OPINION | History of New Orleans’ Halloween events

OPINION | History of New Orleans’ Halloween events

Casey Wade, Staff Writer October 19, 2022

New Orleans, “the most haunted city in America,” is known for year-round spooky ghost tours, above ground cemeteries, vampires and Voodoo shops. As a result, Halloween in New Orleans is not celebrated...

Heres the latest from Tulane after Halloween weekend. Graphic of COVID cell in a Halloween costume.

Halloween COVID-19 update: Tulane mask mandate lifted

Rohan Goswami, News Editor November 3, 2021

In an Oct. 28 email to the Tulane University community, Campus Health announced the lifting of the indoor mask mandate for all campus visitors, in alignment with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...

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What to do this Halloweekend in New Orleans

Holly Haney, Associate Arcade Editor October 27, 2021

Spooky Season is upon us. With midterms winding down and the temperature finally starting to drop, fall and Halloween are in the air. This is easily my favorite time of year in the city; the decorations,...

Every year, there is a debate of whether minority character costumes can be worn by someone outside the minority.

OPINION | Keep the happy in “Happy Halloween”

Asia Thomas, Contributing Columnist October 27, 2021

It’s time to leave the “Native American” costumes on the shelves. My culture is not your costume. A serious tweet-turned-meme had a solid point: dressing up in cultural attire that is not...

Students wear masks and  use their laptops in the socially-distanced classroom.

Tulane increases testing to three times weekly for all undergraduates

Gabby Abrams, News Editor November 6, 2020

Days after Halloween weekend, Tulane saw its largest number of positive COVID-19 cases. 55 students and 2 employees tested positive on Nov. 5, with a positivity rate of 2.4%. This elevated positivity rate...

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Would you survive a slasher?

Hannah May-Powers, Arcade Editor November 3, 2020

Slasher flicks are a staple in the horror genre. Popularized in the 1970s and 1980s, these movies are characterized by a masked slayer, bladed weapons and a lot of gore. With notable films of this...

Who knew sports could be so spooky? Some of these comebacks do seem supernatural.

Spooky returns from near death: Greatest sports comebacks

Jake Blancher, Associate Editor November 2, 2020

Halloween is not the only event to feature ghoulish zombies and creepy creatures crawling back from the dead. The world of sports, too, and the great gods that control it, have been known to spawn many...

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