The Tulane Hullabaloo

University area residents advocate to ‘Stop Doubles to Dorms’

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Gabby Abrams, News Editor

September 17, 2020

Since this summer, long-term residents of the university area have placed red and white yard signs reading “STOP DOUBLES TO DORMS” on their lawns. This phrase, shortened to D2D, refers to the growing trend of converting single family homes into what the organization refers to as “fancy mini-dorm...

Annual Take Back the Night event seeks to raise awareness around sexual violence


Sanjali De Silva, Senior Staff Reporter

October 20, 2019

This Thursday, members of the New Orleans community will gather for the annual Take Back the Night march, an event aimed at raising awareness around sexual violence.  Tulane students and community members will march alongside students from Loyola University, University of New Orleans, Southern Univer...

Tania Tetlow leaves Tulane to become Loyola’s first female president

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Josh Axelrod, News Editor

May 19, 2018

Tania Tetlow, senior vice president and chief of staff, will not have to move far for her next job. Loyola announced in an email to students yesterday that Tetlow will be taking over as the school's 17th president. The Tulane administrator will become Loyola's first female and lay-person president,...

FULLABALOO: Tulanians must remember the Loyola Reconquista, brace themselves for future clashes

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Madeline Ninno, Staff Writer

April 4, 2018

During finals season of 2017, Freret Street was rocked by a bitter conflict that turned students against each other and filled Tulane Classifieds with rage. As the one-year anniversary of the Loyola Reconquista approaches, many choose to dismiss it as a petty squabble between undergraduates desperately...

Black Panther reimagines liberation through afrofuturism

Black Panther reimagines liberation through afrofuturism

Nile Pierre, Intersections Editor

February 21, 2018

Blending black cultural identity with the supernatural, "Black Panther," which grossed $426 million worldwide in its opening week, challenges the popular tropes of science fiction films and proposes a new narrative of inclusion. "Black Panther" introduces millions of moviegoers to a reimagined futuristic...

Tulane vs. Loyola: The Battle for Freret Street

Tulane vs. Loyola: The Battle for Freret Street

Daniel Margulies, Contributing Reporter

November 1, 2017

This Thursday marks a yearly tradition, as the Tulane men's basketball team squares off against the Loyola University New Orleans Wolf Pack in the second of two preseason exhibitions. The Green Wave won on Tuesday by a score of 84-74 in the team's first preseason matchup against the LSU Tig...

A tale of two dining halls: Tulane, Loyola students swap reviews

A tale of two dining halls: Tulane, Loyola students swap reviews

Kate Parker and Skye Ray

September 6, 2017

Most Tulane students who find themselves trapped in the monotony of the Bruff Commons salad and pizza bar know about a hidden gem located just across Freret Street: Loyola's Orleans Room. Lovingly referred to as "Luff" by many Tulane students, the Orleans Room is completely available to Tulane stude...

Cantrell: “New Orleans… a city of two truths”

Mayoral candidate LaToya Cantrell hosted a Q&A for Tulane and Loyola students in the Josephine Louise Ballroom on Wednesday to address concerns related to policing, discrimination and LGBTQ+ issues.

Nile Pierre, Intersections Editor

August 31, 2017

Mayoral candidate and current New Orleans City Council member LaToya Cantrell held a Q&A for the Tulane and Loyola communities Wednesday about her political and personal history and hopes for the future of New Orleans. "Anyone can talk to her, and she'll seem like a really down-to-earth person and someo...

FULLABALOO: Tulane admissions uses Loyola students in diversity advertisements

FULLABALOO: Tulane admissions uses Loyola students in diversity advertisements

Canela Lopez, Intersections Editor

April 1, 2017

To make Tulane University seem like an inclusive place for students of color after President Michael Fitts' commitment to diversity, a new ad campaign featuring photos of Loyola University New Orleans students of color on banners around campus is being launched. Head of Caucasian Affairs Wyatt Man said th...

Case of mumps confirmed on Loyola’s campus

Lily Milwit, News Editor

March 11, 2017

A case of the mumps was confirmed Friday on Loyola University New Orleans' campus, according to The Maroon. Mumps is a contagious disease that typically starts with symptoms including fever, muscle aches, fatigue and loss of appetite. The disease is most commonly identified by puffy cheeks and a s...

A$AP Ferg offers industry insight at Loyola interview

Heather Andelsman, Staff Reporter

April 3, 2016

ASAP has taken on a whole other meaning besides "as soon as possible." Rapper and entrepreneur A$AP Ferg, born and raised in Harlem, New York, had a great deal to say to students and aspiring musicians when he was interviewed March 13 in front of an audience at Loyola University. The rapper discussed th...

Wooded landscapes interpreted in Deris and Deigaard exhibit

Michael Ossorguine, Staff Reporter

October 4, 2015

Tulane University's neighbor, Loyola, is hosting an interesting and visually rewarding exhibition of art this fall in a collaboration between two New Orleans-based artists and long-time acquaintances: Rachel Jones Deris and Lee Deigaard.Though the artists have distinctly different styles, and had littl...