The Tulane Hullabaloo

OPINION | Tulane’s hypocrisy showcased by mandating service learning during pandemic

Mandating service learning during a pandemic does more harm than good to New Orleans.

Carina Marx, Contributing Writer

October 15, 2020

Tulane University’s mandatory service learning requirements have been written about many times before. While their purpose is about more than an angelic and selfless student body or administration, in the context of the community’s current predicament, this program feels even less genuine th...

Everything you need to know about the Kaleidoscope RLC

Kaleidoscope RLC residents in their social justice TIDES class.

Ori Tsameret, Contributing Writer

November 28, 2018

For many marginalized students, having a safe space to explore their identities is essential to their college experience. Enter Kaleidoscope, a Residential Learning Community dedicated to the exploration of the different identities and values of the students comprising them. This unique RLC is the brainchild of the...

“Crazy Rich Asians” provides necessary, though limited, platform for Asian-American voices through Hollywood

A still from the film featuring Constance Wu (left) and Sonoya Mizuno (right).

Hugo Fajardo, Intersections Editor

September 6, 2018

Based on recent trends and tastes, there seems to be a rising representation of marginalized identities in the American film industry. Marvel’s “Black Panther,” along with its predominantly black cast, became the highest-grossing superhero film of all time in the United States. Pixar’s “Co...

Trump’s 2020 census proposals threaten to underrepresent LGBTQ+, minority groups

Jonathan Krantz, Staff Writer

April 18, 2018

The U.S. census is administered every 10 years as a means of measuring the population of the country and the demographics of the people who live here. It has generally been apolitical, and politicians typically try to update it every few years to better represent the country as a whole and improve its...