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  • 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.

    News

    ‘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.

    News

    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 

    Views

    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

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    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?

  • OPINION | To fight or flinch: Why Democrats need to get serious about 2024

    Views

    OPINION | To fight or flinch: Why Democrats need to get serious about 2024

  • Tulane University archaeologists discovered a 1,700-year-old Maya king’s tomb in northeastern Guatemala.

    News

    Tulane archaeologist unearths ancient treasures from Maya tomb

  • The Green Wave will be featured in EA Sports College Football 25

    Football

    EA Sports: We’re ‘in the game’

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Student newspaper serving Tulane University, Uptown New Orleans

The Tulane Hullabaloo

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The Tulane Hullabaloo

Heres the 2024 New Orleans Jazz Fest lineup.

Jazz Fest 2024 lineup announced

Ian Faul, Arcade Editor January 24, 2024

Last Thursday, the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival announced its 2024 lineup, which, though light on jazz, is heavy in star power.    The Rolling Stones will headline the festival,...

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5 headlines you might have missed over break

Martha Sanchez, News Editor January 18, 2023

TUPD increases patrols after armed robberies   The Tulane University Police Department is increasing patrols in off-campus neighborhoods after a carjacking and two armed robberies unnerved...

French Quarter Fest employs local organizations for all aspects of the festival.

OPINION | Tulane students should focus on local festivals this season

Gabi Liebeler, Views Editor April 27, 2022

For most current Tulane University students, this spring offered – and will continue to offer – the return of classic New Orleans events that were previously unavailable due to COVID-19 accommodations. Mardi...

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OPINION | Return of Jazz Fest brings community, culture

Setah Alavi, Staff Columnist March 22, 2022

The “World’s Greatest Backyard Barbeque” is returning to the Fair Grounds Race Course for the first time since 2019, bringing with it the culture of New Orleans. The New Orleans Jazz &...

Jazz Fest Crowd in 2014. Courtesy of New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival & Foundation, Inc.

Festival season isn’t over: Music in New Orleans this spring

Megan Roche, Contributing Writer March 16, 2022

Mardi Gras may be over, but there are still many opportunities for fun festivals in New Orleans. This spring, various music festivals are hosting artists for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic...

Jazz Fest Crowd in 2014. Courtesy of New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival & Foundation, Inc.

Cancellations dampen hopes for festival season

Meredith Abdelnour, Arcade Editor August 25, 2021

Festival season, usually a time for joy, live music and large crowds, has been postponed once again. After the pandemic shut down the world in the spring of 2020, many festivals were rescheduled and...

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Behind the magic of Jazz Fest posters

Hannah May-Powers, Arcade Editor October 14, 2020

The first New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Fest happened in Congo Square in 1970 to a crowd of 350 people. In the 50 years since its inception, the event has garnered widespread attention and attracts thousands...

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NOLA News in Brief

Kila Moore, News Editor April 24, 2019

Final exams are quickly approaching, and summer is not too far behind. While the streets warm up with the New Orleans heat, read about the latest news affecting the city.   Antoinette Love,...

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Tulane’s Spring Break will run during Mardi Gras 2019

Julia Prager-Hessel, Contributing Reporter February 20, 2019

During Mardi Gras season, many students are motivated in the spring semester by the collection of festivals and opportunities to escape the classroom. With the thrill of the parades and the sounds...

Students React: Jazz Fest Lineup Drop

Students React: Jazz Fest Lineup Drop

Tara Nored, Contributing Reporter January 23, 2019

Emma Vaughters | Layout Editor As second semester kicks off, students are looking forward to the plethora of festivals and parades that imbue springtime in New Orleans. In particular, students...

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New Orleanians march for Fats, celebrate jazz legend’s life

Luke Bravo and Ellen Waller November 8, 2017

Thousands gathered in the Ninth Ward on Nov. 1 to celebrate the life of jazz legend Fats Domino, who died of natural causes on Oct. 26. A large crowd of fans and friends took part in a second line that...

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