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  • A medical School employee shot himself on Tulane’s downtown campus on Friday morning, police say.

    News

    School of Medicine technician sustains self-inflicted gunshot wound

  • Tulane Student Film Festival has released the lineup for its 2024 event. | Photo courtesy of TSFF

    Arcade

    2024 Tulane Student Film Festival releases lineup

  • Tulane Workers United gathered at Gibson on Tuesday morning in an attempt to speak with President Mike Fitts.

    News

    Union election date set as faculty demands recognition

  • There are 16 NBA playoff teams vying for a championship.

    Basketball

    NBA playoffs are here, we have you covered

  • Kai Horton to compete for starting quarterback job at spring football game

    Football

    New era of Tulane football takes center stage in spring game

  • OPINION | Housing, course registration need overhaul, transparency

    Views

    OPINION | Housing, course registration need overhaul, transparency

  • Letter to the Editor | Survivor’s perspective on negotiating desire

    Letter to the Editor

    Letter to the Editor | Survivor’s perspective on negotiating desire

  • ‘The Fall Guy’: Ode to cinema’s hidden heroes

    Arcade

    ‘The Fall Guy’: Ode to cinema’s hidden heroes

  • OPINION | Leave your racism on sidelines 

    Views

    OPINION | Leave your racism on sidelines 

  • Islamophobia Awareness Week kicks off with informational event

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    Islamophobia Awareness Week kicks off with informational event

  • Courtesy of Sofia Patino-Vergara

    Arcade

    El Caimán Gordo: Taste of Colombia in heart of New Orleans

  • A medical School employee shot himself on Tulane’s downtown campus on Friday morning, police say.

    News

    Shooting at Republic NOLA leaves one dead, 11 injured

  • A medical School employee shot himself on Tulane’s downtown campus on Friday morning, police say.

    News

    Tulane announces new chief of police

  • Letter to the Editor | Support Tulane Workers United, help your professors

    Letter to the Editor

    Letter to the Editor | Support Tulane Workers United, help your professors

  • Head coach Lisa Stockton led the Tulane womens basketball program for 30 years.

    Basketball

    Tulane women’s basketball ushers in new era with coach Langford

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Student newspaper serving Tulane University, Uptown New Orleans

The Tulane Hullabaloo

Student newspaper serving Tulane University, Uptown New Orleans

The Tulane Hullabaloo

OPINION| How can students fight eating disorder culture?

OPINION| How can students fight eating disorder culture?

Hana Castilow, Contributing Writer September 13, 2023

If you or someone you know is struggling with an eating disorder, you are not alone and there is help available. The National Eating Disorders Association supports individuals and families affected by...

Roll (Heat) Wave: High temperatures impact mental health, academics

Roll (Heat) Wave: High temperatures impact mental health, academics

Ian Faul, Arcade Editor August 30, 2023

Move-in is inevitably a stressful time, but we can all agree that the blistering heat made it especially miserable this year. Even as a native Louisianan, there were times walking across the quad when...

OPINION | Students should practice self care with Tiktok

OPINION | Students should practice self care with Tiktok

Nathaniel Miller, Staff Writer March 15, 2023

If you ever find yourself scrolling mindlessly through TikToks on a school night, chances are, you are not alone. But this unique Generation Z phenomenon may not be harmless for college students.  Since...

OPINION: Consuming police brutality

OPINION: Consuming police brutality

Doxey Kamara, Intersections Editor February 1, 2023

Tyre Nichols is not the first Black man to be killed by law enforcement officers. Tyre Nichols isn’t even the first Black man whose death at the hands of police was caught on camera. Right...

Active Minds, a nonprofit mental health organization, hosted the Send Silence Packing exhibit on the Berger Family Lawn Wednesday in an effort to prevent suicide and promote mental health awareness.

Exhibit aims to promote awareness, prevent suicide

Lindsay Ruhl, Contributing Writer November 2, 2022

Tulane University’s Wave of Support displayed the “Send Silence Packing” exhibit to promote action and awareness around suicide prevention Wednesday, covering the Berger Family Lawn in an interactive...

Tulane Universitys new Wave of Support initiative is aiming to promote wellness on campus.

Wave of Support program aims to promote wellness

Chase Stenberg, Contributing Writer October 26, 2022

The lasting mental health effects of isolation from the COVID-19 pandemic still linger among college students nationwide as the country begins to move on from the pandemic’s harsh toll of over one...

OPINION | Universal mental health policies need to be adopted

OPINION | Universal mental health policies need to be adopted

Thamidul Alam, Staff Writer October 12, 2022

We have all had really bad days. Sometimes, those days begin to pile up on each other, to the point where we feel so overwhelmed that we just need a break. Unfortunately, giving oneself a break is...

Coming out has been a lifelong process, full of beauty, loss and transformation.

Closet Case: My Adventure in Queer Identity

Hailie Goldthorpe, Contributing Columnist March 15, 2022

I am Hailie. I’m a freshman. I'm your friend, family, classmate and supporter. I’m also a lesbian. This is a significant part of my identity, but I've kept it carefully hidden most of my life....

The holidays are a time for rest — but can one responsibly take a break from something as important as politics?

OPINION | Disengaging from politics this holiday season

Doxey Kamara, Intersections Editor December 16, 2021

Politics can be a hard thing to ignore. Particularly as social media usage has skyrocketed during the pandemic — exposing more people to political figures and viewpoints — it can feel like political...

When my parents made the decision to move to America, they anticipated how isolated we would be from everything we knew, our culture, our language, our families.

My first American Christmas showed me true loneliness

Apoorva Verghese, Senior Staff Columnist December 15, 2021

I can still somewhat remember the first American Christmas I spent in Seattle. It snowed, but not in the magical, cinematic way that left your nose red and your fingers lightly coated in ice. It was...

OPINION | Revised academic calendar jeopardizes student health

OPINION | Revised academic calendar jeopardizes student health

Hannah Levitan, Contributing Columnist December 1, 2021

Due to COVID-19 shutdowns, pandemic accommodations and a hurricane evacuation, Tulane University students have not experienced a normal college semester in the past two years. While the relaxation...

OPINION | Tulane attendance policies demonstrate lack of concern for student health

OPINION | Tulane attendance policies demonstrate lack of concern for student health

Phoebe Hurwitz, Views Editor November 17, 2021

Tulane University students are familiar with the university's attendance policies stipulated in Tulane’s Academic Policies handout. The terms “excused absence” and “unexcused absence,” though...

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