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Tulane welcomes first ever Tulane Student Film Festival

Tulane welcomes first ever Tulane Student Film Festival

Hannah Levitan, Associate News Editor April 27, 2022

Embellished with red carpets, photo backdrops and balloons, members of the Strategy, Leadership and Analytics Minor Special Topics: Film Festival course greeted attendees at the Woldenberg Art Center...

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...

gay easter parade

Gay Easter Parade 2022

Holly Haney, Arcade Editor April 20, 2022

At this point in my time living in New Orleans, I would like to think very little surprises me. However, I was proved wrong when I learned that on Easter Sunday, the 21st annual Gay Easter Parade marched...

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...

For all the girlypops wondering what it takes to be popular at Tulane, look no further.

FULLABALOO | How to become Tulane ‘That Girl’

Miss Thing 1 and Miss Thing 2, Contributing Writers April 13, 2022

This article is entirely satire. All information and interviews below are fictional and for entertainment purposes only.   Have you ever thought to yourself, “Wow. It’s impossible to...

Celebrating love at New Orleans Opera’s ‘La Bohéme’

Celebrating love at New Orleans Opera’s ‘La Bohéme’

Maiya Tate, Editor in Chief April 6, 2022

When the New Orleans Opera invited The Tulane Hullabaloo to see their most recent production of “La Bohéme,” a famous opera by Giacomo Puccini, I was worried we wouldn’t be able to do it justice....

Upcoming events in New Orleans

Upcoming events in New Orleans

Sylvie Kirsch, Staff Writer March 18, 2022

Those who love New Orleans will cite its amazing weather, lively social scene, and beautiful landscape as just a few reasons to live here. This is especially true during this spring. For the majority of...

Sparks fly from a downed power line in connection to the garage fire around 11 p.m. Saturday night near Clara and Nashville.

Downtown COVID-19 testing briefly suspended after power outage

Martha Sanchez, News Editor March 17, 2022

Around 10,000 Entergy customers in New Orleans lost power when an animal damaged equipment at the Derbigny substation on March 9. The culprit was probably a bird, Entergy said.   Tulane...

Jazz Fest Crowd in 2014. Courtesy of New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival & Foundation, Inc.

Festival season isn’t over: Music in New Orleans this spring

Megan Roche, Contributing Writer March 17, 2022

Mardi Gras may be over, but there are still many opportunities for fun festivals in New Orleans. This spring, various music festivals are hosting artists for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic...

Gaslight River by AnnieLaurie Erickson

Where We Are: Tulane Contemporary.5 evokes shared experience

Michal Rahabi, Associate Arcade Editor March 8, 2022

On Wednesday, Feb. 23, The Woldenberg Art Center concluded its latest exhibition: “Where We Are: Tulane Contemporary.5,” an exhibit with a thematic approach to nostalgia and the subconscious. Created...

OPINION | New Orleans, not New Orleanians, needs resiliency

OPINION | New Orleans, not New Orleanians, needs resiliency

Rohan Goswami, News Editor February 23, 2022

On Sat. Feb. 12, Krewe du Vieux rolled — ambled? —  for the first time in two years, with typical satire and neon aplomb.  Even without New Orleans health director Dr. Jennifer Avegno, Krewe...

A masking sign on Tulanes campus in front of the Bead Tree sculpture.

Tulane prepares for COVID-19 successful Mardi Gras

Alexandra Halfon, Contributing Reporter February 17, 2022

With Carnival season finally upon New Orleans, the waning but still-present threat of COVID-19 has Tulane University preparing for this year’s Mardi Gras with optimism and caution.   After...

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