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  • A medical School employee shot himself on Tulane’s downtown campus on Friday morning, police say.

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    School of Medicine technician sustains self-inflicted gunshot wound

  • Tulane Student Film Festival has released the lineup for its 2024 event. | Photo courtesy of TSFF

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    2024 Tulane Student Film Festival releases lineup

  • Tulane Workers United gathered at Gibson on Tuesday morning in an attempt to speak with President Mike Fitts.

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    Union election date set as faculty demands recognition

  • There are 16 NBA playoff teams vying for a championship.

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    NBA playoffs are here, we have you covered

  • Kai Horton to compete for starting quarterback job at spring football game

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    New era of Tulane football takes center stage in spring game

  • OPINION | Housing, course registration need overhaul, transparency

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    OPINION | Housing, course registration need overhaul, transparency

  • Letter to the Editor | Survivor’s perspective on negotiating desire

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    Letter to the Editor | Survivor’s perspective on negotiating desire

  • ‘The Fall Guy’: Ode to cinema’s hidden heroes

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    ‘The Fall Guy’: Ode to cinema’s hidden heroes

  • OPINION | Leave your racism on sidelines 

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    OPINION | Leave your racism on sidelines 

  • Islamophobia Awareness Week kicks off with informational event

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    Islamophobia Awareness Week kicks off with informational event

  • Courtesy of Sofia Patino-Vergara

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    El Caimán Gordo: Taste of Colombia in heart of New Orleans

  • A medical School employee shot himself on Tulane’s downtown campus on Friday morning, police say.

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    Shooting at Republic NOLA leaves one dead, 11 injured

  • A medical School employee shot himself on Tulane’s downtown campus on Friday morning, police say.

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    Tulane announces new chief of police

  • Letter to the Editor | Support Tulane Workers United, help your professors

    Letter to the Editor

    Letter to the Editor | Support Tulane Workers United, help your professors

  • Head coach Lisa Stockton led the Tulane womens basketball program for 30 years.

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    Tulane women’s basketball ushers in new era with coach Langford

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Tulane Law School hosts Supreme Court hearing on life sentence for 0.04 oz marijuana distribution

Amy Nankin, News Editor January 29, 2020

The first oral hearing of the case of the State of Louisiana versus Derek Harris was held at Tulane University Law School Monday. Attorney Cormac Boyle and District Attorney Dale Lee presented oral...

Ashley Chen | Views Layout Editor

New Louisiana Amendment should change past, future

Shea Dobson, Views Editor January 16, 2019

  Ashley Chen | Views Layout Editor This past November, the state of Louisiana passed the Unanimous Jury Verdict for Felony Trials Amendment, or Louisiana Amendment 2. Prior to the passing...

A timeline of the executive orders process.

Gov. John Bel Edward’s LGBTQ+ anti-discrimination executive order overturned

Emily Fornof, Intersections Editor November 6, 2017

On Wednesday, April 13, 2016, Gov. John Bel Edwards issued an executive order concerning "equal opportunity and non-discrimination," banning discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity...

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Kimberlé Crenshaw: race scholar speaks on erasure of women of color

Emily Fornof, Nile Pierre, and Canela Lopez October 4, 2017

"[Intersectionality] has been gentrified in the sense that people to whom it initially designed to recognize have been pushed out of the discourse," Kimberlé Crenshaw said at a lunch for Tulane student...

Attorney at law Carolyn Cooper is taking over TULAP following the death of on-call Tulane University attorney Frederick Freddie Jenks King.

Carolyn Cooper leads TULAP guided by King’s legacy

Clara Lacey, Contributing Reporter September 9, 2017

Attorney at law Carolyn Cooper has taken over the Tulane University Legal Assistance Program following the death of her law partner and on-call Tulane University attorney Frederick "Freddie" Jenks King...

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