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Podcasts to listen to next

Podcasts to listen to next

Sophie Borislow, Arcade Editor September 28, 2022

It seems as if every social media influencer is hosting a podcast nowadays; it can be hard to weave through the amateur podcasters and discover a channel you genuinely enjoy. After exploring a variety...

Andrew Tate: Censorship conundrum

Andrew Tate: Censorship conundrum

Carly Barovick, Contributing Writer September 7, 2022

Andrew Tate was googled more than Donald Trump and Kim Kardashian this July. How did this once little-known influencer and former kickboxer attain immense popularity overnight?  Tate, who portrays...

Professor Brian Brox interviews Bob Schieffer and H. Andrew Schwartz about the evolution of news and the proliferation of media outlets.

Schieffer, Schwartz remind Tulane about importance of avoiding fake news

Daniel Horowitz, Views Editor November 15, 2017

The media is a circus. We live in a day and age when news sources are abundant and information is disseminated at top speed. The way the public processes and delivers news affects how we view politics...

The Tulane Hullabaloo welcomes media, differs in journalistic process

February 15, 2017

Despite a growing pool of available information for today's college students, student-run college newspapers still provide an essential service. The value of this media service is not being the first or...

Letter from the Editor: Journalists must be held accountable for truth

Brandi Doyal, Editor-in-Chief January 19, 2017

The Hullabaloo prides itself on holding the Tulane community to high standards. We seek to hold it accountable and expect transparency. We have looked inward this past year, made many changes and found...

National media fails Louisiana residents

Caroline Davenport, Contributing Writer August 24, 2016

This is an opinion article and does not necessarily reflect the views of The Tulane Hullabaloo.The American Red Cross declared the August flooding in Louisiana the worst natural disaster in the United...

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