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USG makes strides to improve student life

Elana Bush | Photography Editor
February 27, 2019

Undergraduate Student Government has introduced a number of initiatives this semester to improve student life. Most recently, USG has focused legislative efforts on the Howard-Tilton Memorial Library,...

Raven Ancar sheds light on Black student experience in self-directed film

Photo courtesy of Raven Ancar
February 14, 2019

The Hullabaloo sat down with Tulane freshman Raven Ancar to discuss the inspirations and process behind the making of her first film, “The Veil.” The documentary, based on “the veil” present in...

Tulane Law School hosts Black Alumni Weekend

Photo courtesy of Taylor J. Cowan
February 14, 2019

Last weekend, Tulane Law School hosted Black Alumni Weekend to celebrate the 50th anniversary of its first Black graduate, Michael Starks, who marked the desegregation of the school in 1968. “This...

Newcomb Art Museum confronts mass incarceration with new exhibit

Elana Bush | Photography Editor
January 30, 2019

  From 2005 to 2018, Louisiana was the prison capital of the world. Still, the state’s incarceration rates are higher than all of the non-U.S. founding NATO countries combined. The Newcomb Art...

Bursting the Bubble: Tulane students engage in NOLA activism

Bursting the Bubble: Tulane students engage in NOLA activism
March 21, 2018

"The election happened, and I felt propelled to actually be engaged in doing organizing work and activism and doing something tangible with all of the anxiety, sadness and fear I was feeling," Tulane senior...

Changemaker-in-Chief: how Elaine Welteroth, former editor-in-chief of Teen Vogue, is redefining journalism

Changemaker-in-Chief: how Elaine Welteroth, former editor-in-chief of Teen Vogue, is redefining journalism
March 8, 2018

"I think my responsibility as the first and as the only different person is to be my authentic self and bring my point of view," Elaine Welteroth, former editor-in-chief of Teen Vogue, said during a talk...

Newcomb adds digital archives to document LGBTQ+ history

The Newcomb Archives at the Newcomb Institute is diversifying its historical archives by adding its first-ever completely digital-born collection to preserve the history of LGBTQ+ activism in New Orleans.
December 6, 2017

"Trans history is woefully underrepresented in the historical record," Sam Stover, archivist for digital initiatives at the Newcomb Archives and Vorhoff Library Special Collections, said. "In fact, there's...

How HBCUs “Come Together”: black colleges and universities offer a different Homecoming experience

How HBCUs
November 9, 2017

"In the days leading up to homecoming, the atmosphere on campus is marked by intense anticipation," Edward Wiggins, a sophomore at Xavier University of New Orleans, said. "All of the students are preparing...

Voodoos and Don’ts: an intersectional guide to Voodoo Fest costumes

Voodoos and Don'ts: an intersectional guide to Voodoo Fest costumes
October 25, 2017

As the bayou weather turns to a pseudo fall, candy sales go through the roof, and midterms come to an end, New Orleanians and students across the city's campuses prepare for Halloween celebrations. In...

Intersectional Confessional: Marginalized students reflect on Tulane party culture

Intersectional Confessional: Marginalized students reflect on Tulane party culture
September 28, 2017

With a recent No. 1 Party School ranking, it cannot be denied that going out at Tulane is a unique experience. For those with identities outside the white straight cis majority, party culture is a different...

“All of that is destroyed now”: Tulane feels impact of DACA repeal

“All of that is destroyed now”: Tulane feels impact of DACA repeal
September 21, 2017

When President Trump announced the repeal of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, Tulane undergraduate and DACA beneficiary Jane* said she had little time to feel or panic. Survival was the only thing...

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