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The College Boards updated curriculum for the A.P. African-American Studies course comes amid heated political debates over race in education.

College Board changes AP African-American Studies curriculum

Olivia Warren, Associate News Editor February 16, 2023

On Wednesday, the College Board released an updated official Advanced Placement curriculum for its African-American Studies course. The changes included removing content on contemporary subjects such...

Hebert Hall is the focus of a years-long debate over its namesake, F. Edward Héberts, segregationist views in Louisiana politics.

Hebert Hall signs unofficially changed, then reversed, in controversy

Sundee Win, Contributing Reporter September 21, 2022

This month, the signs outside of F. Edward Hebert Hall on the Academic Quadrangle read “Gwendolyn Midlo Hall.” This week, those signs were changed, and the building signs once again display the...


Faculty urges administration to release ‘just’ plan for Sodexo workers

Sanjali De Silva, Senior Staff Reporter March 24, 2020

With approximately 400 students remaining on campus during the coronavirus pandemic, work for Tulane’s dining and janitorial staff has nearly disappeared, prompting more than 200 members of the Tulane...

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