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  • Students, faculty and alumni gathered on the academic quad on Friday to start digging the new NPHC plots, marking a new beginning for Black greek organizations.

    News

    ‘A huge step forward’: Plots earn Divine Nine recognition on campus

  • Over the span of five days, monks from the Drepung Gomang Monastery worked together in the meticulous creation of a sand mandala on the fifth floor of the Howard-Tilton Memorial Library. On Saturday morning, it was wiped away with several swipes of a paintbrush.

    News

    Peek into Tibetan Buddhism, from Howard-Tilton Memorial Library

  • With a capacity of 200+ people, Paul Hall’s auditorium serves as an ideal venue for lecture-based classes.

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    Paul Hall opens new doors for Science and Engineering department

  • Its a bird, its a plane, its Green Wave Man

    Baseball

    Meet Green Wave Man: Tulane’s only superfan

  • Lisa P. Jackson, Apple executive and the first Black administrator of the EPA, came to Tulane to speak about her career path.

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    Apple executive Lisa Jackson speaks on career journey

  • The pop icon has come under scrutiny for her consistent attendance at Kansas City Chiefs games this season

    Football

    Do NFL fans really hate Taylor Swift or do they hate women?

  • OPINION | Tenure: The last defense of professors’ constitutional rights 

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    OPINION | Tenure: The last defense of professors’ constitutional rights 

  • Heres how you should spend your college summer.

    Arcade

    What can I do with my first college summer?

  • Club spotlight: Tulane Sports Business Conference

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    Club spotlight: Tulane Sports Business Conference

  • Dua Lipa turns back clock on ‘Training Season’

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    Dua Lipa turns back clock on ‘Training Season’

  • Pottery on display in the Newcomb Art Museum.

    Arcade

    Newcomb Pottery shines light on Tulane’s history

  • OPINION | Could NOLA be more than four years of fun?

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    OPINION | Could NOLA be more than four years of fun?

  • OPINION | To fight or flinch: Why Democrats need to get serious about 2024

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    OPINION | To fight or flinch: Why Democrats need to get serious about 2024

  • Tulane University archaeologists discovered a 1,700-year-old Maya king’s tomb in northeastern Guatemala.

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    Tulane archaeologist unearths ancient treasures from Maya tomb

  • The Green Wave will be featured in EA Sports College Football 25

    Football

    EA Sports: We’re ‘in the game’

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The Tulane Hullabaloo

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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...

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

Mayor Cantrell denies sending text message attacking candidate, remains neutral in clerk’s race

Zachary Schultz, Breaking News Editor December 10, 2021

In what appears to be an 11th-hour political hit on Austin Badon, clerk of First City Court who is currently running for clerk of Criminal District Court, a text blast was sent out to registered voters...

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Mayor Cantrell wins second term, promises focus on infrastructure

Martha Sanchez, Staff Reporter November 17, 2021

Incumbent New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell won a second term on Saturday, vowing to continue her infrastructure priority that she says will support the city for decades to come. “It is up to...

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...

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Orleans Public Defenders deserve our support as they fight for funding

Josh Axelrod and Nketiah Berko November 9, 2019

Josh Axelrod and Nketiah Berko both served as investigative interns for the Orleans Public Defenders office in the spring of 2019. The Orleans Public Defenders office represents about 85% of defendants...

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Mayor LaToya Cantrell visits The Boot after sexual assaults

Josh Axelrod, Senior Staff Reporter September 7, 2019

Mayor LaToya Cantrell visited The Boot Bar & Grill last night following two sexual assaults in the past two weeks that began at the campus bar. She spoke with Boot management to learn more about...

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With an overly punitive juvenile justice system, New Orleans is failing its children

Nketiah Berko, Views Editor September 4, 2019

Nketiah Berko is a research assistant with the Oxford-Tulane Developmental Justice Network studying juvenile justice in New Orleans and Barbados and was formerly an investigative intern at the Orleans...

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