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Education on consent promotes self advocacy and body awareness.

OPINION | Lack of consent education perpetuates sexual violence

Tanvi Bobba, Contributing Columnist October 13, 2021

From a young age, children are conditioned to accept affection, whether or not they are comfortable. This translates into them lacking a perception of boundaries when it comes to theirs and others’...

Gender inclusive language poses a potential conflict within gendered languages.

OPINION | Latinx vs Latine

Doxey Kamara, Intersections Editor September 29, 2021

Language never stops evolving. Dictionaries like Merriam-Webster’s are constantly adding new words to their volumes and updating the meanings of existing ones. In 2018, one such word was “Latinx”...

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Precarious roles: Thea Hunter’s many faces

Jalon Young, Contributing Columnist September 29, 2021

Whenever I return to the story, I fixate on the photograph: a Black woman in her sixties, a white sunhat atop her head, a hand resting on the slope between her cheek and chin, its bend lightly touching...

Puerto Rican student Clara Tomé explores the impact of hurricanes on her identity.

Chasing storms from San Juan to New Orleans

Clara Tomé, Contributing Columnist September 29, 2021

Last year, my friend told me she felt that hurricanes follow me. While I laughed at that, I now find myself reflecting on how hurricanes have impacted my life.  I was born and still live in Puerto...

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,...

Religious academic accommodations should not burden observant students.

OPINION | Lack of uniform religious accommodations burdens Jewish students

Lily Mae Lazarus, Managing Editor September 15, 2021

On Rosh Hashanah, the day of judgment arrives. Over the next ten days, Jews ask for forgiveness and mend the wrongs they casted over the year. For Jews, the High Holy Days mark a period of deep introspection...

People wait for food to be distributed in Les Cayes, Haiti.

OPINION | Who should lead Haitian aid efforts?

Doxey Kamara, Intersections Editor August 26, 2021

The island nation of Haiti has experienced an overabundance of catastrophe. While still reeling from the assassination of their president, the nation’s Prime Minister resigned without any public...

A map of the Talibans control in Afghanistan

Taliban threatens progress made for women, minorities

Lily Livaudais, Contributing Writer August 25, 2021

  Fear spreads like fire throughout the communities of Afghanistan as the Taliban regain control of the state. The Taliban rose after the Soviet Union left Afghanistan and subsequently established...

Roleplay cast photo

Documentary follow up to ‘Roleplay’ in post production

Ori Tsameret, Intersections Editor October 21, 2020

Last fall, “Roleplay,” a theatrical production borne out of a collaboration between the Tulane Department of Theater and Dance and Goat in the Road Productions, took the campus by storm.  The...

Faculty, student-led plays tackle social justice issues in Zoom productions

Faculty, student-led plays tackle social justice issues in Zoom productions

Ori Tsameret, Intersections Editor October 14, 2020

This Thursday, the Tulane Department of Theater and Dance will premiere REFRAMED 2020: five thought-provoking plays based on the social and political environment of 2020.    The plays, which...

QPOC comedian Jaboukie Young-White visits Tulane

QPOC comedian Jaboukie Young-White visits Tulane

Ori Tsameret, Intersections Editor October 4, 2020

This past Thursday, Tulane University Campus Programming hosted their first Zoom-based event: a Q&A session with comedian Jaboukie Young-White.    The Q&A was moderated by Tulane...

gender inclusive bathrooms

OPINION | Tulane’s all-gender bathrooms are not inclusive enough

Miranda Teresa Fitz, Staff Writer September 30, 2020

If you look on the Tulane University admissions page for diversity and inclusion, you can catch a few of the initiatives they’ve put in place: testimonies from students of color, LGBTQ resources...

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