The Tulane Hullabaloo

Hullabaloo readers: Before commenting ‘How dare you?,’ take a moment to reflect

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Cullen Fagan, Staff Writer

November 20, 2019

For Hullabaloo readers, it’s been hard to miss the ongoing comment wars on recent opinion pieces. Unfortunately, many of the comments echo similar sentiments to other “controversial” content in the Hullabaloo: How dare you, a student newspaper, publish this? What gives you the right to cover this to...

OPINION: Pinkwashing Israeli politics at Tulane

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Cliff Soloway, Wash Fields, and Harmonii Odinga

October 2, 2019

On Tuesday last week, Shai DeLuca-Tamasi visited Tulane to share his experiences as a gay man and former sergeant in the Israeli Defense Forces. DeLuca-Tamasi spoke about coming out in the military and the acceptance he received from his unit.  He launched a defense of the Israeli gay rights movement ...

Letter to the Editor: Response to Rashida Tlaib article

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Cori Shalit and Yael Pasumansky

September 18, 2019

On Sept. 12, 2019, Tulane students wrote an article about Rashida Tlaib’s visit to Tulane. In the article, the authors bring up a multitude of issues, including the representative’s opinion on the Arab-Israeli conflict.  While diverse opinions should be endorsed, journalists must adhere to the ...

BDS movement is Harmful for Peace and Human Rights

Daniel Gottlieb, Contributing Writer

April 23, 2018

The recent push for Tulane to follow in the footsteps of New Orleans and adopt a Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions resolution against Israel is both misguided and unethical. Shrouded under the veneer of promoting human rights, it in fact empowers the major human rights violators in Gaza and the West Ba...

Student Org Spotlight: Students for Justice in Palestine opens dialogue, builds community

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Lily Milwit, Senior Staff Reporter

April 18, 2018

During the 2016-17 academic year, students hoping to start a club based on advocating for peace in the Israel-Palestine conflict went before the Undergraduate Student Government Senate to make its case. The students, who wanted to charter the club under the name "Jewish Voices for Peace," were met...