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  • A student found a small video camera in a shower located on the sixth floor of the Butler dormitory.

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    Student discovers ‘small video camera’ in Butler shower, TUPD says

  • A student found a small video camera in a shower located on the sixth floor of the Butler dormitory.

    News

    Governor declares state of emergency over police shortage

  • Photo by the Tulane University Vietnamese Association

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    How Tulanians celebrated Lunar New Year 2024

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    Basketball

    Tulane men’s basketball’s struggles continue

  • The 2024 baseball season is officially underway

    Baseball

    Rasmussen, Welch lead Green Wave to start 2024 baseball season

  • OPINION | Love New Orleans after Mardi Gras

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    OPINION | Love New Orleans after Mardi Gras

  • OPINION | That’s all, folks: Warner Bros. Discovery chooses capital over cinema

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    OPINION | That’s all, folks: Warner Bros. Discovery chooses capital over cinema

  • Sika Dagbovie-Mullins, Joan Morgan and Regis M. Fox speak on a panel at the conference.

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    Tulane hosts 5th Biennial Black Women’s Health Conference

  • According to the Earth Island Journal, When the parade season ended in 2014, the New Orleans city government spent nearly $1.5 million to pick up about 1,500 tons of Mardi Gras-induced waste, consisting mostly of beads.

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    Poisonous plastic: Toxic truth about Mardi Gras beads

  • Graphic by Shivani Bondada

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    ‘Nimona’: Animated revolution in LGBTQ+ love, identity

  • OPINION | Traditional grading scales need reform, now

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    OPINION | Traditional grading scales need reform, now

  • A Philadelphia native, Moffa never saw New Orleans in her long-term plan. “I ended up staying in New Orleans for 14 years,” she said. “I always say my heart is still there. My husband and I just got married there in October.”

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    Nina Moffa alumni spotlight

  • Professors and students, like junior Isabelle Smith showed their love for New Orleans by joining in on the parade festivities.

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    ‘I really felt one with the city’: Professors, students reflect on parades

  • Louisiana musicians honored at 2024 Grammy Awards

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    Louisiana musicians honored at 2024 Grammy Awards

  • Cracking codes: Synbio club trailblazes CRISPR research

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    Cracking codes: Synbio club trailblazes CRISPR research

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Student newspaper serving Tulane University, Uptown New Orleans

The Tulane Hullabaloo

Student newspaper serving Tulane University, Uptown New Orleans

The Tulane Hullabaloo

OPINION | You should care about the Recall Cantrell campaign

OPINION | You should care about the Recall Cantrell campaign

Rachel Kelly, Views Editor November 2, 2022

Tulane University students have likely seen signs reading “Recall Cantrell” or “NOLAtoya” around New Orleans neighborhoods since returning to the city this fall. The visible emergence of the...

OPINION | Whats behind that fire safety email? More than you think.

OPINION | What’s behind that fire safety email? More than you think.

Phoebe Hurwitz, Views Editor October 26, 2022

On Tuesday, Oct. 18, in the week leading up to Wave Weekend, Tulane University students received a daunting and unexpected email. The subject line of the email uses several alarming buzzwords — Fire...

The New Orleans mayoral primary election is set for Nov. 13.

From left to right: Who is challenging Mayor LaToya Cantrell?

Lily Mae Lazarus, Managing Editor October 20, 2021

For more than 80 years, a sitting New Orleans mayor has not served fewer than two terms in office. This year, a number of candidates, including a traffic cone, have their eyes on the position.  The...

Real Name Campaign supporters march during the Transgender Day of Visibility Rally in April 2021.

Real Name Campaign tackles grassroots trans activism

Lily Mae Lazarus, Managing Editor October 13, 2021

Only two cities in Louisiana have ordinances prohibiting discrimination based on gender identity in private employment, housing and public accommodations. As a whole, Louisiana earns a negative score for...

Students exercise the freedom to gather for important issues.

OPINION | Students must pay attention to Southern anti-abortion laws

Mary Grace Granito, Contributing Columnist October 6, 2021

As a Louisiana native, I am not surprised by the recent Texas law which prohibits abortion access after six weeks. Abortion access has been under fire here for as long as I can remember.  But for...

OPINION | Pandemic did not end gun violence

OPINION | Pandemic did not end gun violence

Anna Dixon, Staff Writer April 21, 2021

 As the United States returns to a new state of normalcy, with the allowance of outdoor gatherings and more businesses being able to reopen, mass shootings have surged. It reflects a grim reality for...

OPINION | Renaming NOLA streets requires community input

OPINION | Renaming NOLA streets requires community input

Zachary Schultz, Breaking News Editor April 14, 2021

The mission of renaming certain streets in Orleans Parish is reflective of the recent nationwide push to put an end to the visual glorification of individuals whose conduct in life has earned them...

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OPINION | A tale of two DAs: Reimagining criminal justice in New Orleans

Zachary Schultz, Contributing Writer February 10, 2021

In 2008, the voters of Orleans Parish elected Judge Leon A. Cannizzaro, Jr., as their new district attorney, signaling public support for a chief prosecutor willing and prepared to crack down on crime....

OPINION | Hear no evil, see no evil: Tulane’s disconnect from local community is troubling

OPINION | Hear no evil, see no evil: Tulane’s disconnect from local community is troubling

Lily Mae Lazarus, Views Editor February 3, 2021

Protected by stone walls and nestled among the St. Charles Avenue mansions, Tulane University exists as a world of its own. Tulanians live and breathe the reality of the “Tulane Bubble,” where the...

Dorothy Mae Taylor

Exploring Mardi Gras’ legacy of discrimination

Avery Anderson, Arcade Editor February 19, 2020

Ever since the Mistick Krewe of Comus held the first organized parade in February of 1857, the celebration of Mardi Gras has been tinged with racist and classist overtones. Though a handful of new...

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