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The NBA playoffs are almost here.

NBA playoffs loom as regular season nears end

Zachary Brandwein, Staff Reporter April 29, 2021

For most NBA teams, the next 19 days carries as much, if not more, meaning than the rest of the regular season. As the end of the NBA season gets closer and closer, teams are looking to punch their ticket...

OPINION | Black culture vital to New Orleans, Tulane

OPINION | Black culture vital to New Orleans, Tulane

Lily Mae Lazarus, Views Editor February 24, 2021

With each year, the ebb and flow of Tulane University students filters through New Orleans. Graduating seniors march alongside a second line parade as they receive their diplomas in a festival unique to...

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Zion makes NBA debut as Pelicans look to make playoff push

Jude Papillion, Staff Reporter January 29, 2020

The midpoint of the 2019-2020 NBA season has passed and the New Orleans Pelicans have a dismal 18-29 record. The Pelicans are currently 4.5 games behind the Western Conference eighth seed Memphis Grizzlies.  Around...

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From jazz to funk, New Orleans music strikes a chord with residents

Haley Soares, Arcade Editor November 13, 2019

From brass bands to jazz funerals, music and musical culture in New Orleans are a critical part of what makes this city so unique and is a key part of what makes the Tulane experience so exceptional.  New...

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Arcade’s picks: NOLA’s live music venues

Melissa Rosenthal, Staff Reporter October 9, 2019

Are you in need of new music venues beyond the famed Frenchman Street? Music and arts culture are essential to New Orleans life and can be found throughout the city. From Bounce to Big Band to Blues to...

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Exploring New Orleans’ history through local museums

Cori Shalit, Arcade Editor September 4, 2019

When we think of New Orleans, unique festivities and food quickly come to mind, so it may be easy at times to overlook the significance of the rich history and traditions that also characterize the city.  New...

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

50th Fête: New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival gets better with age

Hannah Eichelbaum, Staff Reporter April 25, 2019

Jazz in New Orleans has a long and spirited history. The same can be said of the famous New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, locally simplified to “Jazz Fest.” The festival takes place over two...

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When, where to celebrate Black History Month in New Orleans

Hannah Erbrick, Arcade Editor February 14, 2019

With Black History Month fully underway, there’s no shortage of celebratory and informative events all over the country. Luckily for Tulane students, there may be few better cities in which to celebrate...

French Quarter Fest is the largest free festival in the South.

French Quarter Festival to capture city’s culture in country’s largest showcase of Louisiana music

Fiona Grathwohl, Senior Staff Reporter April 11, 2018

Thursday through Sunday, French Quarter Festivals, Inc. will be holding its 35th French Quarter Festival. More than just a free way to have fun off campus and get your boogie on, French Quarter Fest prides...

Jank Setup joins ranks of Tulane-founded funk bands

Jank Setup joins ranks of Tulane-founded funk bands

Bryce Berman, Staff Reporter March 7, 2018

Sexual Thunder, one of the most popular bands to come out of Tulane, was born in a small house in the shadows of the old Café Freret. A new band called Jank Setup, however, has recently taken up residence...

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Taking the scenic route: the winding road of pro basketball in New Orleans

Grant Barnes, Sports Editor February 7, 2018

Professional basketball in New Orleans has been quite the rollercoaster. The city got a team, lost it, gained another, lost it, reclaimed it and finally renamed it. This story of the New Orleans Pelicans has...

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Herbie Fully Loaded: Herbie Hancock stupefies Orpheum Theater

Josh Axelrod, Arcade Editor October 20, 2017

Most likely, if a UFO landed in the middle of the Orpheum Theater during Herbie Hancock's Sunday night performance, no one in the audience would notice. The jazz legend, along with a stunning ensemble...

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