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  • TUA update

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    Student government to host spring elections this week

  • Tulane University removed Tonya Hansel as director of the doctor of social work program. Hansel remains a tenured professor.

    News

    Director of Tulane doctor of social work program removed

  • The New Orleans Book Festival at Tulane University is scheduled for Mar. 14-16.

    News

    Book Fest schedule features Stacey Abrams, Jake Tapper

  • 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.

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    ‘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.

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    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?

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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

OPINION | Health care restrictions hold marginalized groups back

OPINION | Health care restrictions hold marginalized groups back

Anne Belevetz, Contributing Writer October 4, 2023

College is a time in which students often experiment sexually, which is why it's important to be familiar with sexual health resources. Considering the decision to overturn Roe v. Wade in June 2022,...

Tulane medical students Sydney Kuo and Tiffany Quash organized a panel of healthcare experts to discuss the recent ban on gender affirming medical care for youth.

Tulane community responds to LA gender-affirming care ban

Sundee Win, Staff Writer October 4, 2023

  Twenty-two states have passed laws or policies restricting gender-affirming care for youth in the U.S.   As of July, Louisiana is one of them.   Passed with a U.S. Senate...

Get caught up on Tulane news with 5 things you missed this summer in New Orleans.

Five things you missed this summer

Lindsay Ruhl, Breaking News Editor August 30, 2023

Drought, heat, wildfires plague state   This summer, New Orleans and Louisiana faced record-breaking temperatures, along with several wildfires in southwestern Louisiana. So far, there have...

Acting activism: ‘Project Jane’ opens in Lupin Theater

Acting activism: ‘Project Jane’ opens in Lupin Theater

Ian Faul, Staff Writer November 16, 2022

In many ways, the future of American democracy was determined on Tuesday, with many elections hinging on the issue of reproductive rights. As a result, the timing for the opening of “Project Jane”...

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Tulane expects $2.27 million grant to counter health care burnout

Alexandra Halfon, Contributing Reporter March 25, 2022

Health care workers face new and alarming symptoms of burnout and reduced job satisfaction, due in part to chronic workplace stressors like pay, long hours and an increased demand for services.    Tulane...

Overwhelmed and ill with COVID-19, Faith McLean remembers the healthcare workers who nursed her back to health.

Ode to frontline healthcare workers

Faith McLean, Associate Arcade Editor January 31, 2022

Hopes were high as I anxiously awaited my results at Urgent Care. But as my COVID-19 test came back positive, my holiday spirit dissipated.    No singing Christmas carols with my friends while...

Students exercise the freedom to gather for important issues.

OPINION | Students must pay attention to Southern anti-abortion laws

Mary Grace Granito, Contributing Columnist October 6, 2021

As a Louisiana native, I am not surprised by the recent Texas law which prohibits abortion access after six weeks. Abortion access has been under fire here for as long as I can remember.  But for...

With the tightening of abortion laws, bodily autonomy in Louisiana only applies to COVID-19 measures.

OPINION | My body, Louisiana’s choice

Kaitlin Lowe, Contributing Columnist September 29, 2021

Texas recently signed a law that outlaws abortion after six weeks into a pregnancy. This is before many women even know they are pregnant. As other Southern states like Florida debate similar restrictions,...

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Recent onslaught of anti-trans legislation threatens individuals in several states

Apoorva Verghese, Intersections Editor April 7, 2021

Over the past few months, several states across the country have been the center of legal controversies surrounding the rights of marginalized communities. States such as Louisiana and Arkansas have...

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Racial healthcare disparities go unaddressed in vaccine rollout

Emrey Broyles, Staff Writer March 31, 2021

Over the course of the past year, COVID-19 has permanently altered the lives of people across the globe. Within the U.S., however, some groups may have been affected more than others, and with the...

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...

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