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OPINION | Off-campus student living creates shift in personal priorities

OPINION | Off-campus student living creates shift in personal priorities

Casey Wade, Staff Writer November 2, 2022

By junior year, gone are the safe and predictable days of dorm showers, resident advisor, hallway neighbors and Commons breakfast. At Tulane University, a majority of first- and second-year students...

OPINION | Whats behind that fire safety email? More than you think.

OPINION | What’s behind that fire safety email? More than you think.

Phoebe Hurwitz, Views Editor October 26, 2022

On Tuesday, Oct. 18, in the week leading up to Wave Weekend, Tulane University students received a daunting and unexpected email. The subject line of the email uses several alarming buzzwords — Fire...

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OPINION | Off-campus living is integral but comes with community responsibilities

Phoebe Hurwitz and Gabi Liebeler September 29, 2021

Moving into a cockroach-infested shotgun house in a centuries-old New Orleans neighborhood with seven other roommates is one of the most exciting events for third-year students at Tulane University....

Nearly half of Tulane students choose to remain on campus their Junior and Senior years. While some students prefer the easy access to meals in Bruff Commons, others enjoy the ability to cook healthful meals that living in off-campus housing has to offer.

Students consider health implications of on-, off-campus living

Cam Lutz, Senior Staff Reporter December 6, 2017

Nearly as many Tulane students choose to remain on campus all four years as those who choose to move off campus. For some students, health concerns made the choice for them. According to a 2015 survey...

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