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  • Available supplies include, but are not limited to, syringes, tourniquets, cookers and other paraphernalia, provided to cut down on sharing within the community.

    City

    Harm reduction in New Orleans, from pavement up

  • From blues to Cajun cuisine: the best of Jazz Fest 2024

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    From blues to Cajun cuisine: the best of Jazz Fest 2024

  • Police have found two video cameras in campus bathrooms in recent months and arrested one former employee but said the cases do not appear to be connected.

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    Faculty, students deliver letters condemning Tulane’s response to pro-Palestinian encampment

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    Letter to the Editor

    Letter to the Editor | Tulane faculty letter concerning campus protest

  • Jack Zinsser shows face.

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    Helluva Hubbalagoo

  • Winners announced: Arcade A+ Awards

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    Winners announced: Arcade A+ Awards

  • Michael Pratt was selected by the Green Bay Packers with the 245th overall pick in the seventh round of the 2024 NFL draft.

    Football

    Pratt, Jackson, others find landing spots in NFL

  • Letter from the Editor | In good hands

    Letter to the Editor

    Letter from the Editor | In good hands

  • Zion Williamsons injury in the NBA play-in was the final nail in the coffin for the New Orleans Pelicans season.

    Basketball

    Remembering New Orleans Pelicans: October 2023 – April 2024

  • Participants of the 2024 Tulane Student Film Festival. Courtesy of the Film Festival.

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    Tulane hosts third annual student film festival

  • OPINION | Final exams: Are we finally done with them?

    Views

    OPINION | Final exams: Are we finally done with them?

  • OPINION | Science or not: Rethinking core curriculum

    Views

    OPINION | Science or not: Rethinking core curriculum

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    Views

    Letter to the Editor | Silent killer: Why World Malaria Day matters

  • Police stand in front of protesters early Wednesday morning.

    City

    Pro-Palestinian protesters demand charges be dropped after police sweep at Tulane

  • A protester wearing a keffiyeh stands before police.

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    Tulane arrests 14 protesters, clears pro-Palestinian encampment

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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

In 2000, just under 30% of college students reported never having vaginal intercourse whereas two decades later, that number is above 40%.

Not getting laid? Sex recession to blame

Ellie Cowen, News Editor April 24, 2024

“You know me, I'm off in the cut Always like a squirrel lookin’ for a nut This is a fo’ sho, I'm not talkin’ 'bout luck I'm not talking 'bout love, I'm talking 'bout luck”  Anyone...

Sika Dagbovie-Mullins, Joan Morgan and Regis M. Fox speak on a panel at the conference.

Tulane hosts 5th Biennial Black Women’s Health Conference

Layla Reese, Contributing Writer February 21, 2024

Tulane University hosted the 5th Biennial Black Women’s Health Conference, themed “Memoir and Black Women’s Health,” an exploration into the resilience and experiences of Black women on Feb....

According to the Earth Island Journal, When the parade season ended in 2014, the New Orleans city government spent nearly $1.5 million to pick up about 1,500 tons of Mardi Gras-induced waste, consisting mostly of beads.

Poisonous plastic: Toxic truth about Mardi Gras beads

Penny Gallagher, Contributing Writer February 21, 2024

Mardi Gras beads are a quintessential part of the New Orleans yearly festivities. Parade attendees often don full neckfuls of beads at one time. But these glittering necklaces have a toxic truth behind...

“Almost everyone on this campus is impacted by this issue, whether it is themselves or their friend who has had an experience,” Anna Johnson, Co-Director of the SPVR Collective, said. “We essentially all do response work and supporting survivors can be extremely overwhelming.”

Annual town hall addresses sexual violence on campus

Sundee Win, Staff Writer November 16, 2023

On Wednesday, Nov. 8 at 6 p.m., students, faculty and administrators gathered in the Diboll Gallery for the eighth annual Sexual Violence Town Hall at Tulane University. The event, hosted by the Sexual...

Charity Hospital has not been functional since 2005, when Hurricane Katrina caused significant damage to the building.

Charity Hospital redevelopment set to reopen in 2027

Dylan Berman, Staff Writer November 15, 2023

Tulane University announced in a press release in late 2021 that it plans to lease and redevelop Charity Hospital downtown with the help of developers at 1532 Tulane Partners, Inc. and SKK Opportunity...

In August of last year, Jefferson Parish saw around 10 inches of rain compared to August this year, with only two inches of rain. In July, Louisiana was 20 inches below its usual amount of rainfall.

Saltwater intrusion is alarming but manageable, Tulane professors say

Lindsay Ruhl, Breaking News Editor October 4, 2023

After a summer of heat and drought in Louisiana, the Mississippi River’s water levels are dropping, allowing salt water from the Gulf of Mexico to slowly trickle in and likely reach New Orleans drinking...

The LBC now has a Pharmabox, offering items such as pregnancy tests, emergency contraceptives, over-the-counter medicine, personal care essentials and more.

Pharmabox added to LBC

Katie Craig, Contributing Writer March 22, 2023

At the beginning of March, Tulane University unveiled the Pharmabox, a new health supply vending machine, located on the first floor of the Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life between the Information...

Students in Tulanes Architecture school report working until late hours of the morning.

OPINION | Architecture students are grossly overworked

Phoebe Hurwitz, Views Editor December 9, 2021

The importance of getting enough sleep is already emphasized in our society. A lack of sleep can impact our memory, cognition and ability to absorb new information. For Tulane University students with...

Limited dining hours create a culture of meal skipping at Tulane.

OPINION | Tulane’s limited dining hours promote dangerous eating habits

Hannah Levitan, Contributing Columnist October 20, 2021

COVID-19 is not the only epidemic on campus. When combining uncertainty with a new sense of freedom and the opportunity to go out almost every night, the independence that teens look forward to in...

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...

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