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Sigma Alpha Epsilon said it suspended a member after allegations of sexual assault at a January event emerged this week.

Sigma Alpha Epsilon faces sexual assault allegation

Martha Sanchez and Hannah Levitan February 4, 2023

Sigma Alpha Epsilon sent messages to multiple sororities this week that said the fraternity has suspended a member following allegations of sexual assault at a party in January.    The...

Bill Gates is headlining the Tulane Book Festival in March along with famous writers, journalists, activists and professors.

Watergate reporter Carl Bernstein headlines 2023 Book Fest

Martha Sanchez, News Editor December 9, 2022

Watergate reporter Carl Bernstein and former New York Times Editor Dean Baquet will headline the second annual Tulane University Book Festival this spring.    From March 9 to 11, authors...

Two reports of homophobic profanity this weekend startled students and alarmed campus groups, raising new questions about intolerance at Tulane University after the school suspended the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity over an anti-gay slur last week.

More homophobic profanity reports alarm campus groups

Martha Sanchez, News Editor December 8, 2022

The Tulane University Police Department responded to two complaints of homophobic profanity last weekend, raising new questions about intolerance on campus after the university suspended a fraternity...

The fraternity faces interim suspension following the release of a spreadsheet that uses an anti-gay slur to reference several students.

Phi Gamma Delta faces suspension after anti-gay slur

Martha Sanchez, News Editor November 29, 2022

Tulane University placed Phi Gamma Delta on interim suspension on Tuesday after a document circulated that shows the fraternity used an anti-gay slur in a spreadsheet to reference several students...

The signs in front of F. Edward Hébert Hall were unofficially changed last month to honor Gwendolyn Midlo Hall. But the buildings name has not changed, and the signs have since been reversed as part of a years long controversy over the buildings name.

Hebert Hall signs unofficially changed, then reversed, in controversy

Sundee Win, Contributing Reporter September 21, 2022

This month, the signs outside of F. Edward Hebert Hall on the Academic Quadrangle read “Gwendolyn Midlo Hall.” This week, those signs were changed, and the building signs once again display the...

Louisiana state legislator introduces ‘Don’t Say Gay’ Bill

Louisiana state legislator introduces ‘Don’t Say Gay’ Bill

Olivia Warren, Staff Reporter March 23, 2022

On March 17, Louisiana state legislator Dodie Horton filed a new bill, HB-837, which would prohibit primary and secondary school educators from discussing sexuality and gender identity in the classroom...

campus health leaders

Tims, Odera to leave Tulane Campus Health

Rohan Goswami, News Editor February 16, 2022

Scott Tims, assistant vice president for campus health, will step down from his role at Tulane University at the end of February, a university spokesman said.   Lilian Odera, director of the...

A graphic of a pink figure with one bill next to a blue figure with a pile of bills.

Tulane’s pay inequity greater than peer institutions, federal data suggests

Rohan Goswami, News Editor January 28, 2022

Female professors at Tulane University on average make nearly 22% less than their male colleagues, U.S. Department of Education data shows. For those professors, that shortfall equals tens of thousands...

A photograph taken shortly after installation of the art piece.

Abolish TUPD erects art installation at future substation site

Rohan Goswami, News Editor November 3, 2021

In the early hours of Nov. 2, activists with the Abolish TUPD organizing group erected a temporary art installation they titled “Graveyard of Possibilities.”  By the next morning, Abolish TUPD...

Newcomb Hall remains covered in scaffolding after Hurricane Ida.

Despite faculty concerns, Fitts emphasizes successful efforts during Ida

Rohan Goswami, News Editor October 6, 2021

As students returned to New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida, Tulane University President Mike Fitts reflected on the preparations around the hurricane, the evacuation to Houston, the return to...

FULLABALOO | Fitts’ hidden motive for campus construction revealed: Immortality

FULLABALOO | Fitts’ hidden motive for campus construction revealed: Immortality

Hannah Mayer Fitts, No relation to the other Mike March 25, 2021

As more and more construction projects appear to be underway on campus, The Tulane Fullabaloo has ascertained the real reason behind all of these physical changes. President Mike Fitts is using these construction...


Why is our frisbee team better at addressing racism than our university?

Josh Axelrod, Views Editor September 11, 2019

When presented with two institutions — one, a centuries-old university serving thousands of students and the other, a club sports team —  it would make sense that the university would be quicker...

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