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Letter from the Editor | With love

Letter from the Editor | With love

Maiya Tate, Editor-in-Chief May 3, 2022

It is incredibly hard to say goodbye to something you love, to something that has given you so much. I will never be able to express how much The Tulane Hullabaloo has done for me or how much love I...

OPINION | What we havent learned about mask mandates

OPINION | What we haven’t learned about mask mandates

Maiya Tate, Editor-in-Chief March 16, 2022

When the Tulane University community received the email notifying that the mask mandate would be lifted the week after the first Mardi Gras in two years, some were wary.  There was no way that...

Letter from the Board: Breaking ground for Black History Month

Letter from the Board: Breaking ground for Black History Month

February 16, 2022

This year, The Tulane Hullabaloo worked to publish stories illuminating the issues and struggles of our community. Tulane is not perfect, as much as we would like it to be. As a student-run publication,...

Letter from the Editor: Our 117th year of new beginnings

Letter from the Editor: Our 117th year of new beginnings

Maiya Tate, Editor-in-Chief August 25, 2021

As we mark the 117th year of The Tulane Hullabaloo being the eyes and ears of the Tulane community, we are honored to be back in the basement of the Lavin-Bernick Center. Our newsroom is home to an eclectic...

Photo of Tulane Hullabaloo Editor-in-Chief Maiya Tate

The Hullabaloo elects Maiya Tate as new editor-in-chief

Abe Messing, Contributing Reporter April 29, 2021

At the end of this semester, junior Maiya Tate will become editor-in-chief of The Hullabaloo. Tate has previously served as a copy editor, recruitment chair and personnel director for the paper — positions...

Carl Briggs, Inas Shabazz, Justin Taylor, Maiya Tate, Janelle Williams pose in front of Newcomb Hall.

‘A more just Tulane’: Black students fight for equity from segregation to present-day

Maiya Tate, Senior Staff Reporter February 5, 2020

Tulane admitted its first Black students in the fall of 1963.  In 2019 Tulane enrolled a record-high 92 Black students. A look back at the history of the Black student experience at Tulane allows for...

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Commuter students deserve better from Tulane

Maiya Tate, Senior Staff Writer November 14, 2019

Maiya Tate is a sophomore commuter student and a New Orleans native.  Those students that don’t pay $14,000 for housing and don’t live on campus, that you barely ever see around at parties and...

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