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OPINION | Participation grading biases students of color

Grace Chiong, Contributing Columnist October 6, 2021

Given that “in-class participation” may often amount to a hefty 10-30% of overall class grades, it is critical to address the reality that students of color may not feel comfortable speaking up...

A map of the Talibans control in Afghanistan

Taliban threatens progress made for women, minorities

Lily Livaudais, Contributing Writer August 25, 2021

  Fear spreads like fire throughout the communities of Afghanistan as the Taliban regain control of the state. The Taliban rose after the Soviet Union left Afghanistan and subsequently established...

The 15 White Coats stand in front of Whitney Plantation as a symbol of their heritage and as inspiration for future doctors everywhere.

‘Resilience is in our DNA’: Tulane Medical students send international message at Whitney plantation

Carrigan English and Amy Nankin, News Editors January 15, 2020

Last December, a group of Tulane Medical students traveled to Whitney Plantation to learn more about their ancestors and their heritage. Little did they know that this small class trip would soon become...

Kaleidoscope RLC residents in their social justice TIDES class.

Everything you need to know about the Kaleidoscope RLC

Ori Tsameret, Contributing Writer November 28, 2018

For many marginalized students, having a safe space to explore their identities is essential to their college experience. Enter Kaleidoscope, a Residential Learning Community dedicated to the exploration...

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