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New Orleans 101: A Guide to Experiencing the City

New Orleans 101: A Guide to Experiencing the City

Ian Faul, Contributing Writer September 14, 2022

New Orleans is remarkably unique, made so by its colonial history and location at the convergence of silt and salt. This fusion — one that is fundamental to the city — created something that we can...

ARCADE | In Earshot: Demi Lovato revives the 2000s

ARCADE | In Earshot: Demi Lovato revives the 2000s

Laura Malagrino, Arcade Editor August 31, 2022

A wise person once said, “Who said, I can’t wear my converse with my dress? Oh, baby, that’s just me.” That wise person is none other than Demi Lovato. From her career as a Disney star...

Crawfest is back, we love to see it

Crawfest is back, we love to see it

Holly Haney, Arcade Editor April 27, 2022

After two years, the student-run music festival Crawfest made its return to the Berger Family Lawn on April 23. From 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., a lineup of incredible musicians performed and — of course...

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In Earshot: Hits for your hits

Grace Pearson-Thompson, Arcade Editor April 20, 2022

Are you in search of music that could accompany you through an altered state? Just looking to make your music library a little dreamier? Regardless of how you choose to spend a totally normal Wednesday...

Music never dies: WTUL’s 52 Rock-on Survival Marathon

Music never dies: WTUL’s 52 Rock-on Survival Marathon

Holly Haney, Arcade Editor April 20, 2022

This past week WTUL New Orleans — Tulane University’s student-run progressive radio station — held their 52nd Rock-on Survival Marathon outside the Lavin-Bernick Center. For 72 hours straight,...

FULLABALOO | In Earshot: Tulane secret faculty band?

FULLABALOO | In Earshot: Tulane secret faculty band?

Miss Thing 2, None of Your Biznass April 13, 2022

This article is entirely satire. All information and interviews below are fictional and for entertainment purposes only. I thought I imagined it at first. There was no way this band playing in the...

Tunes of Women’s History Month

Jules Hanisee, Staff Writer March 18, 2022

Women’s History Month, originally started as Women’s History Week in 1987, is a celebration intended to recognize women’s inspirations and contributions to history. Since its inception, it has been...

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In Earshot: Are you anti-album?

Grace Pearson-Thompson, Arcade Editor March 16, 2022

A slow-burning virus has finally anchored itself: we lack the attention spans and patience to experience an album in its entirety. We turn to singles and sub-half-hour EPs to satiate our hunger for new...

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In Earshot: Up-and-coming women in music

Grace Pearson-Thompson, Arcade Editor March 9, 2022

Maybe it’s my enneagram type — four, if you were wondering — but I pride myself on being the person my friends go to for music recommendations. I anxiously await my Discover Weekly playlist to update,...

Night at opera in New Orleans

Night at opera in New Orleans

Holly Haney, Arcade Editor February 23, 2022

In the information session before the concert began, the presenter said how during their most recent student night, one of them had asked if opera was just “all about love?” In many ways, this student...

Sades impact on music transcends time barriers.

Sade: Musician spotlight

Tommy Foskey, Staff Reporter February 17, 2022

What better way to celebrate Blackness and all its gifts than by giving flowers to one of the greatest cultural progenitors? Born in Ibadan, Nigeria, Helen Folsade Adu, known as Sade, is the enigmatic...

In Earshot: Black artists restoring soul, speaking for community

In Earshot: Black artists restoring soul, speaking for community

Matthew Tate, Senior Staff Columnist February 16, 2022

I grew up on R&B, funk and soul music, primarily because of my parents. I listened to and still listen to artists like Earth, Wind & Fire, The Isley Brothers, Erykah Badu, Marvin Gaye and my...

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