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Secret Birria gives Uptown a taste of Jalisco

Jaclyn Lebowitz, Contributing Reporter December 16, 2021

In the heart of Uptown New Orleans, you may not have noticed the mysterious addition to Mexican cuisine. Secret Birria has been quietly operating since the beginning of November 2020 and is a casual taco...

USMNT defeats Mexico, draws to Jamaica in World Cup qualifying

USMNT defeats Mexico, draws to Jamaica in World Cup qualifying

Mark Keplinger, Sports Editor November 17, 2021

The United States Men’s National Team continued their qualification campaign for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar with two more matches. The USMNT defeated their rivals Mexico 2-0 in Cincinnati before...

In the same way that family reunions are only for relatives and close family friends, one may assume that Dia de los Muertos is only for people of Mexican heritage.

OPINION | Who owns Dia de los Muertos?

Doxey Kamara, Intersections Editor October 27, 2021

Recently, a friend of mine asked me if he was allowed to celebrate Dia de los Muertos. He is not of Latin American descent but still wanted to create an ofrenda — an altar used to honor the dead....

Young talent propels US national team to second in World Cup qualifying

Young talent propels US national team to second in World Cup qualifying

Mark Keplinger, Sports Editor October 20, 2021

The United States men’s national soccer team won two of three matches in the October international window. The team now sits in second in the region behind Mexico for World Cup qualifying.  The...

The USMNT won five out of nine points in their opening three matches.

US men’s soccer team has slow start to World Cup qualifying

Mark Keplinger, Sports Editor September 15, 2021

The United States men’s national soccer team drew twice and won once in their opening three games of World Cup qualifying. It is a slow start for a team that is expected to be one of the best in...

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Members of Tulane Latinx community reflect on heritage

Meg García, Intersections Editor October 17, 2019

Tulane’s Latinx community is not a monolith. Though unified by heritage, many aspects of a person’s identity can make their experiences different. Whether they can speak the language, where their...

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