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Leaving the lame football program behind, Tulane is set to join a Division I duck, duck, goose league.

FULLABALOO | Division I duck, duck, goose takes Tulane by storm

Anita Drynk, Peaked In College April 13, 2022

This article is entirely satire. All information and interviews below are fictional and for entertainment purposes only. After an impressively embarrassing Green Wave Football season, Tulane University...

With March Madness looming on the horizon, local organizers are putting final preparations in place for the 2022 Final Four.

Tulane set to host 2022 Final Four in Superdome

Jude Papillion, Sports Editor February 23, 2022

Tulane University and the University of New Orleans are set to serve as host institutions for the NCAA’s 2022 Men’s Final Four this April. This edition of the Final Four will be the sixth time...

Due to a decision by the U.S. Supreme Court, collegiate athletes are now able to profit off of their name, image and likeness.

How college athletes can finally profit off of their name

Jeremy Rosen, Staff Reporter October 27, 2021

Up until this past summer, all college athletes were prohibited from receiving financial compensation for their success on the field. Even the most popular and publicized college athletes who would later...

March Madness tips off Friday

March Madness tips off Friday

Harrison Simon, Sports Editor March 18, 2021

At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic last year, one of the first major sporting events to succumb to the virus was the NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament, commonly referred to as “March Madness.”...

Tulane faces off against Tulsa in the first round of the AAC tournament.

Men’s basketball clings to AAC tournament spot

Harrison Simon, Sports Editor March 11, 2021

After a season unlike any other, the Green Wave men’s basketball team is preparing for the American Athletic Conference (AAC) tournament in Fort Worth, Texas. The team finished the regular season at...

NBA draft promises impactful, difficult choices

NBA draft promises impactful, difficult choices

Harrison Simon, Staff Reporter November 18, 2020

This Wednesday, Nov. 18, the NBA Draft will hold its first ever virtual draft in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. The draft, usually held in June, comes on the heels of the NBA’s plans to start the...

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Under pressure: COVID-19-era sports atmosphere facing uncertainty

Harrison Simon, Staff Reporter November 3, 2020

The sports world has been thrown for a loop these past 12 months, and now, college teams are feeling the pressure. We are in the midst of a college football season unlike any other. Some teams have been...

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Women’s swimming and diving makes splash with new season

Owen Scher, Associate Sports Editor October 15, 2020

Amidst the COVID-19-induced fall 2020 sports drought, Tulane University fans finally have another sport besides football to look forward to. Women’s swimming and diving will begin their 2020-21 season...

Hanson Dai | Art Director

A world without sports: How coronavirus has impacted athletics globally

Jude Papillion, Staff Reporter April 3, 2020

Due to the spread of the coronavirus, sporting events around the world have either been canceled, suspended or postponed. This includes postponement of the 2020 Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan...

Hanson Dai | Art Director

What it’s like to be a fan during March Madness

Abe Seldowitz, Staff Reporter March 12, 2020

Approximately 70 million fans fill out and submit March Madness brackets every year. Fans race for their phones to check the latest scores to see how their brackets are doing. On a given day, there are...

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Early signs from 2020 recruiting class indicate a bright future for Tulane Football

Michael Weiss, Contributing Reporter February 5, 2020

With the 2019 Green Wave Football season behind us, it’s time to look forward to the future. The Wave finished the season strong, securing its sixth bowl win ever and its first bowl victories in consecutive...

James Xiang | Contributing Artist

Why ultimate frisbee should be NCAA sanctioned

Charles Lieberman, Contributing Reporter January 29, 2020

Sitting on a Southwest flight headed to Santa Barbara for a tournament with 27 other teammates, I can’t help but wonder why ultimate frisbee has not been legitimized as a sport by the NCAA yet (as...

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