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Changes to safe sex resources in residence halls

Changes to safe sex resources in residence halls

Ellie Detert, Contributing Reporter February 11, 2021

Upon the return to campus in August 2020, President Mike Fitts announced changes to student life to prevent the spread of COVID-19, including frequent testing and student restrictions in residence halls....

The NBA has seen a significant rise in COVID-19 cases this month.

OPINION | The NBA COVID-19 dilemma: Pause or play?

Harrison Simon, Sports Editor January 27, 2021

After being forced to pause play last March, the NBA was unsure if it was going to be able to complete the 2019-20 season due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Eventually, the league agreed to sequester the teams...

Airing of Grievances: COVID-19 self checks

Airing of Grievances: COVID-19 self checks

Daisy Rymer, Production Manager September 17, 2020

Dear 328-71, Let’s stop playing this game, shall we? I was interested in you at first, but it’s become so constant now. I thought we had a nice thing going, a low-commitment kinda thing, but...

Courtesy of Solidarity Tulane

Tulane needs to step up for graduate workers

Solidarity Tulane April 2, 2020

Solidarity Tulane is a group of graduate students working to improve conditions on campus for graduate workers. For the past two years, Solidarity Tulane has been waging a campaign for fully funded...

Czars Trinidad | Layout Editor

States are abusing the coronavirus pandemic to restrict reproductive justice

LaKia Williams, Contributing Writer April 1, 2020

LaKia Williams is the communications and outreach coordinator for ReJAC NOLA, a fellow for MyLASexEd, an advisor on the student activist advisory committee for ASEC, and the founder and coordinator of...

LGBTQ+ health

Students feel restless with the progress of LGBTQ+ health at Tulane

Emilie Redmann, Contributing Reporter January 30, 2020

Faculty and students filled the Diboll Gallery in the brand new Newcomb Institute on Tuesday, Jan. 28, for the first ever LGBTQ+ Health Town Hall. Representatives from different student organizations as...

New Year's resolutions

Athletic Spring Semester resolutions to make (roll) waves in the New Year

Bella Baff, Sports Editor January 16, 2020

We have all made a resolution to get in shape in the New Year at the end of at least one particularly motivated December, whether that involves losing weight, going on a diet, not drinking all of our calories...

Lizzo

Living Lizzo’s truth hurts: The challenges of being an unapologetically fat Black woman

Shahamat Uddin, Intersections Editor January 16, 2020

There is no better way to start the new year than cleansing the trolls out of your life. On Jan. 5, Lizzo, breakout icon of 2019, did just that. Lizzo said goodbye to her Twitter account, citing the “too...

Elana Bush | Photography Editor

True Food Kitchen launches New Orleans location

Patrick Miller, Contributing Reporter September 25, 2019

On Wednesday, Sept. 25, True Food Kitchen opened its first Louisiana location. Before the launch date, the restaurant held soft openings for press and friends of the restaurant’s ownership, one of which...

good health habits

The Freshman Plague: What students are doing to stay healthy

Czars Trinidad, Senior Staff Reporter October 12, 2018

"Achoo!" your roommate exclaims. He's coughing and sneezing, but he doesn't seem that bad, or so you think. You don't think much of this, and you continue to interact with him as you normally do. "It...

juul

Juul craze finds home at Tulane

Sophia Mariani, Associate News Editor April 12, 2018

With a quick draw of the breath, smoke begins to billow. Wisps of gray fill the air. The cloud swirls out, drifting, rolling. In an anonymous survey conducted by The Hullabaloo, more than half of respondents...

Nearly half of Tulane students choose to remain on campus their Junior and Senior years. While some students prefer the easy access to meals in Bruff Commons, others enjoy the ability to cook healthful meals that living in off-campus housing has to offer.

Students consider health implications of on-, off-campus living

Cam Lutz, Senior Staff Reporter December 6, 2017

Nearly as many Tulane students choose to remain on campus all four years as those who choose to move off campus. For some students, health concerns made the choice for them. According to a 2015 survey...

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