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Mayor Cantrell holds news conference in response to Hurricane Ida

Mayor Cantrell holds news conference in response to Hurricane Ida

Zachary Schultz, Breaking News Editor August 27, 2021

Mayor LaToya Cantrell held an emergency news conference this morning to communicate the measures the city of New Orleans is taking to prepare for Tropical Storm Ida, which is expected to make landfall...

Tulane football player dismissed following battery charges

NOLA events cancelled in an effort to contain coronavirus

Haley Soares, Senior Staff Reporter March 10, 2020

On Tuesday, Mayor LaToya Cantrell announced the cancellation of public events leading into St. Patrick’s Day weekend amid rising public health concerns about COVID-19.  As of Tuesday, March 10, Governor...

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NOLA News in Brief

Lauren Duncan, Senior Staff Reporter February 6, 2020

Here are a few recent, local news stories that should be on your radar.    NOPD officers shoot gun-wielding man in French Quarter Four New Orleans Police Department officers shot and injured...

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New Orleans Book Festival announces lineup of best-selling authors

Colin Threlkeld, Senior Staff Reporter October 17, 2019

Tulane officially announced that it will host the 2020 New Orleans Book Festival March 19-21. At a press conference Wednesday, Tulane President Mike Fitts spoke along with festival co-chairs Walter Isaacson...

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NOLA News in Brief

Tate Weston, Contributing Reporter September 25, 2019

As the first month of the fall semester comes to a close and Tulane students reluctantly trickle into the library in preparation for midterms, the city of New Orleans celebrates Lonzo Ball’s addition...

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Nola News in Brief

Amy Nankin, Associate News Editor February 27, 2019

People are packing the French Quarter more by the day, the sea of beads make the roads underneath unrecognizable, and Tulane students have left the frozen food aisles of local grocery stores desolate,...

NOLA News in Brief

NOLA News in Brief

Katie Cartiglia, Staff Reporter October 18, 2018

They say absence makes the heart grow fonder, and there is nothing like leaving the city for break to remind you that there is no place like NOLA. Business as usual continued while students were away,...

NOLA News in Brief

NOLA News in Brief

Kate Cartiglia, Staff Reporter August 29, 2018

It’s been a busy (and hot) summer here in New Orleans, and while the rest of us returned to our respective homes and states, city business continued as usual in our absence. Here is The Tulane Hullabaloo’s...

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Letter to the Editor: Tulane must not adopt pro-BDS policies

Alan Smason April 7, 2018

Dear Editor: As a Tulane alumnus and the former Features Editor and Executive Editor of The Hullabaloo during the early 1970s, I was appalled that the newspaper chose to run a pro-BDS (boycott, divestment...

Water advisories reflect broken New Orleans infrastructure

Water advisories reflect broken New Orleans infrastructure

Sanjali De Silva and Ellen Waller February 1, 2018

When temperatures dropped below 20 degrees on Jan. 18, the city of New Orleans experienced its 13th boiled water advisory since Hurricane Katrina. Tulane students found themselves relying on their dormitory...

2018: Year of Women

2018: Year of Women

Sanjali De Silva and Josh Axelrod January 25, 2018

CNN declared that 2018 will be the Year of Women. Though it may seem presumptuous to designate a year's theme as early as January, The Hullabaloo wants to jump on board to emphasize the strides being...

Cantrells election inspires social change for city

Cantrell’s election inspires social change for city

Madeline Ninno, Staff Writer November 29, 2017

When LaToya Cantrell was elected mayor of New Orleans Nov. 18, she became the first woman to hold that position in the city's 300-year history. Cantrell's gender is not the only thing that sets her...

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