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Athletic Spring Semester resolutions to make (roll) waves in the New Year

New Year's resolutions

Bella Baff, Sports Editor

January 16, 2020

We have all made a resolution to get in shape in the New Year at the end of at least one particularly motivated December, whether that involves losing weight, going on a diet, not drinking all of our calories in alcohol or limiting our stress eating. According to Statista, almost half of all New Year’s...

Tulane needs to change values behind service learning

Czars Trinidad | Senior Staff Artist

Lucía Paternostro, Contributing Writer

December 5, 2019

In high school, I was required to do 80 service hours for graduation and 100 service hours for National Honor Society. A lot of people get their service hours from helping food banks, volunteering at the animal shelters, community building at churches or high school/playground sports teams, or around the sch...

Louisiana elections should be decided by Louisianans, not out-of-state students

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Edwin Wang and Michael Naish

December 5, 2019

Coinciding with historic statewide voter participation, College Democrats empowered Tulane’s precinct’s 118% spike in turnout. Greater civic engagement promotes better local collaboration, but out-of-state students must evaluate their long-term Louisiana residency before participating in elections that...

Elevating Louisiana’s CBD Game

Crescent Canna partners Sean Partridge (left), Joe
Gerrity (center), and David Reich (right) launched their CBD business
with an emphasis on quality control, transparency, and affordability.

The Tulane Hullabaloo with Crescent Canna

December 3, 2019

Crescent Canna on display at Simply CBD in Uptown New Orleans.

Guide to celebrating the holiday season in NOLA

Cecilia Hammond | Senior Staff Artist

Elka Cuttino, Staff Writer

November 26, 2019

The holiday season is a special time of year anywhere in the world, but seeing Santa characters walk around the French Quarter and lights adorn City Park make New Orleans a special place to be, even though it’s not snowing. Dozens of activities may put you into the holiday spirit, but this list ...

Tulane fills gap in curriculum with crucial course on Hurricane Katrina

Tulane fills gap in curriculum with crucial course on Hurricane Katrina

Ezra Weber, Senior Staff Writer

November 20, 2019

With the recent unveiling of the spring semester course options, Tulane has filled some crucial gaps in its list of academic offerings. Previously an unaddressed issue, the university now offers a very exciting and provocative look into New Orleans’ most defining event.  The Katrina Disaster (...

Brockhampton’s heavenly performance amazes audience at the Fillmore

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Czars Trinidad, Senior Staff Writer

November 20, 2019

Brockhampton amazed the Fillmore crowd with its highly animated performance and infectious energy this past Sunday. Having visited The Boot Bar and Grill the night before, the self-proclaimed “best boy band since One Direction” returned to New Orleans for its Heaven Belongs to You Tour a little ov...

From jazz to funk, New Orleans music strikes a chord with residents

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Haley Soares, Arcade Editor

November 13, 2019

From brass bands to jazz funerals, music and musical culture in New Orleans are a critical part of what makes this city so unique and is a key part of what makes the Tulane experience so exceptional.  New Orleans was, of course, founded by French colonizers before they sold their territories to the United S...

Allah-Las grace One Eyed Jacks with groovy charm

Indie-rock band Allah-Las brought upbeat performance to One Eyed Jack’s on Sunday.

Burke Joslin, Contributing Writer

November 13, 2019

Indie-rock band Allah-Las blessed One Eyed Jacks with irresistible good vibes this past Sunday. The band is currently touring internationally following the Oct. 11 release of their fourth studio album, “LAHS.”  When it comes to indie rock, few bands possess as much sheer crossover appeal as the ...

Orleans Public Defenders deserve our support as they fight for funding

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Josh Axelrod and Nketiah Berko

November 9, 2019

Josh Axelrod and Nketiah Berko both served as investigative interns for the Orleans Public Defenders office in the spring of 2019. The Orleans Public Defenders office represents about 85% of defendants in New Orleans’ criminal justice system. Its services are vital. Underfunding the organization ...

Mark your calendars for area food, flea markets

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Elka Cuttino, Contributing Writer

November 6, 2019

On any given day there are dozens of activities and events to choose from in New Orleans. Whether you want to find that cool new piece of local art to hang above your bed or just want to eat good food and listen to funky music, there is definitely a market in New Orleans for you. Markets offer a cool a...

Insider look at the Voodoo Experience

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Lauren Berg and Haley Soares, Contributing Reporter and Arcade Editor

October 31, 2019

Voodoo Music + Arts Experience took over City Park in New Orleans this past weekend, drawing crowds for a diverse lineup, art vendors and local food. Many Tulane students celebrated their Halloween early with Voodoo, attending in full costume and high spirits despite the grim weather.  Students in a...