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Playlist: Rappin’ Christmas

Playlist: Rappin' Christmas
November 28, 2018

It’s that time of year again. You can always tell when Christmas is approaching in Louisiana when the high today is 73 and the low is 40, and somehow there are dead leaves everywhere despite our total...

Undercurrents: 5 things TU know this week

Undercurrents: 5 things TU know this week
November 14, 2018

Fall Harvest Festival The Office of Multicultural Affairs and the Office of International Students and Scholars are co-hosting the annual Fall Harvest Festival and Potluck Dinner on Tuesday, Nov. 20...

Student organizations team up to celebrate Pride Month

Courtesy of Red Tremmel
October 3, 2018

Picture this: rainbow flag decorations, queer organizations tabling on McAlister Drive and drag queens visiting campus for special pride events. This image may sound like it belongs to the month of June,...

Undercurrents: Intersections’ 5 things TU know this week

Undercurrents: Intersections’ 5 things TU know this week
October 3, 2018

Trump mocks FordThe crowd at Donald Trump’s rally this past Tuesday cheered the president on as he mocked the testimonies given by Dr. Christine Blasey Ford during the hearings for Supreme Court nominee...

Online dating while black: How racial discrimination affects which way we swipe

Online dating while black: How racial discrimination affects which way we swipe
September 26, 2018

The age of the internet has revolutionized many aspects of our lives, including the way we date. Unfortunately, the racial discrimination that one might experience in real life does occur online as well. Black...

Catching up with the Center for Academic Equity

September 14, 2018

Adjusting to life in college is often very challenging. Some students often feel the pressures of learning good study habits, being far from their homes and families and trying to make new friends. This...

Intersectional Confessional: Alternative black girl

Intersectional Confessional: Alternative black girl
September 7, 2018

The historical and systematic policing of black women’s bodies has not stopped at the legislative level, where rich, old, white men pass laws denying us the right to choose. It has not stopped with the...

Intersections’ summer rap-up playlist

Rappers Rich Tha Kid, Lil Uzi Vert, and Drake
September 3, 2018

The past few months have been an interesting time for rap music. Kanye West dropped a polarizing project following his political tirades on Twitter and other media outlets, newcomers Lil Baby and Juice...

The Hullabaloo’s crawfish crash-course

The Hullabaloo's crawfish crash-course
April 18, 2018

Crawfest, the largest student-run music festival in the nation, will take place once again on the Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life Quadrangle this upcoming weekend. Festival attendees can expect...

Unique BUKUlture differentiates New Orleans music festival

Buku Music and Art Project begins 2 p.m. Friday, March 9 in buildings across the Mississippi Riverfront and focuses on celebrating its unique BUKulture - a combination of art displays and live music.
March 7, 2018

New Orleans is a city like no other, so it's on-brand for one of the city's largest music festivals to offer its attendees experiences that they won't find anywhere else. The musical performances offered...

Oscars Roster: Working-class America spotlight

Oscars Roster: Working-class America spotlight
March 1, 2018

While there is still a lot to be said and done about the way marginalized identities are represented in Hollywood, 2017 seemed to be a milestone year for the industry. Three of the Oscar nominees for...

Tulane professor attempts to correct revisionist history with new play

February 21, 2018

Whether it was your favorite subject or the one you dreaded sitting through the most, many can recall having to take a history or humanities class every year of grade school. And because, in the U.S.,...

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