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    Governor declares state of emergency over police shortage

  • Photo by the Tulane University Vietnamese Association

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    How Tulanians celebrated Lunar New Year 2024

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    Basketball

    Tulane men’s basketball’s struggles continue

  • The 2024 baseball season is officially underway

    Baseball

    Rasmussen, Welch lead Green Wave to start 2024 baseball season

  • OPINION | Love New Orleans after Mardi Gras

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    OPINION | Love New Orleans after Mardi Gras

  • OPINION | That’s all, folks: Warner Bros. Discovery chooses capital over cinema

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    OPINION | That’s all, folks: Warner Bros. Discovery chooses capital over cinema

  • Sika Dagbovie-Mullins, Joan Morgan and Regis M. Fox speak on a panel at the conference.

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    Tulane hosts 5th Biennial Black Women’s Health Conference

  • According to the Earth Island Journal, When the parade season ended in 2014, the New Orleans city government spent nearly $1.5 million to pick up about 1,500 tons of Mardi Gras-induced waste, consisting mostly of beads.

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    Poisonous plastic: Toxic truth about Mardi Gras beads

  • Graphic by Shivani Bondada

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    ‘Nimona’: Animated revolution in LGBTQ+ love, identity

  • OPINION | Traditional grading scales need reform, now

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    OPINION | Traditional grading scales need reform, now

  • Professors and students, like junior Isabelle Smith showed their love for New Orleans by joining in on the parade festivities.

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    ‘I really felt one with the city’: Professors, students reflect on parades

  • Louisiana musicians honored at 2024 Grammy Awards

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    Louisiana musicians honored at 2024 Grammy Awards

  • Cracking codes: Synbio club trailblazes CRISPR research

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    Cracking codes: Synbio club trailblazes CRISPR research

  • The Sawyer Seminar’s title, The New Green Wave: Reproductive Justice in the Gulf South and Beyond, is inspired by the Green Wave movement, a reproductive rights movement that advocates for expanded access to abortion throughout Latin America.

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    ‘The New Green Wave’: School of Liberal Arts to host reproductive rights seminar

  • OPINION | Louisiana book bans target more than just literature

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    OPINION | Louisiana book bans target more than just literature

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Student newspaper serving Tulane University, Uptown New Orleans

The Tulane Hullabaloo

Student newspaper serving Tulane University, Uptown New Orleans

The Tulane Hullabaloo

A 2018 photograph of President Mike Fitts at a prior sexual violence town hall as part of the All In campaign at Tulane University.

Amidst climate survey, USG sexual violence committee holds town hall

Tanvi Bobba, Staff Reporter February 15, 2022

Tulane University’s Undergraduate Student Government Sexual Violence Prevention and Response committee hosted their annual townhall on Feb. 1 to discuss the university’s efforts to combat sexual aggression...

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Student organizers pass USG bill calling for $240-per-student equity fee

Staff Report October 29, 2019

Tonight, a resolution to establish an equity fee at Tulane University was passed by the Undergraduate Student Government.  The resolution, which passed 24-6 with one abstention, calls for a fee that...

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Rev. Dr. William J. Barber calls for change, empowers community audience

Sanjali De Silva, Senior Staff Reporter January 31, 2019

“Martin Luther King, Coretta Scott — they are dead, and they are not coming back.” Rev. Dr. William J. Barber said. “But it’s our time now. We are their children, and it’s time for us to march...

TUPD amends its screening process, sensitivity training following recent incident

TUPD amends its screening process, sensitivity training following recent incident

Kila Moore, News Editor November 29, 2018

On Thursday, Nov. 15, The Hullabaloo discovered that two of three new police officers hired by Tulane University Police Department had posted content to their personal social media pages that contradicted...

Kaleidoscope RLC residents in their social justice TIDES class.

Everything you need to know about the Kaleidoscope RLC

Ori Tsameret, Contributing Writer November 28, 2018

For many marginalized students, having a safe space to explore their identities is essential to their college experience. Enter Kaleidoscope, a Residential Learning Community dedicated to the exploration...

OMA Alumni Breakfast connects Tulanians of color

OMA Alumni Breakfast connects Tulanians of color

Canela Lopez, Senior Staff Reporter November 14, 2018

“There was this alumni man ... one of the busiest black men on campus,” Anfernee “Bubba” Murray said. “He was on three different positions, he had a part-time job, a campus job and he was...

Photo courtesy of Kennon Stewart

Admissions’ multicultural fly-ins work to recruit a more diverse student body

Jessica Galloway, Intersections Editor October 24, 2018

For many students of color, the factors that go into choosing a college go beyond the basics of “proximity to home” and “dining hall quality.” Gauging what the student experience is like is essential,...

Multicultural leadership retreat encourages students to care for both themselves and their community

Justin Marcano, Contributing Reporter September 21, 2018

The Office of Multicultural Affairs held its annual Fall Multicultural Leadership Retreat (MLR) over the weekend of Sept.14-16 at Seashore United Methodist Assembly in Biloxi, Mississippi. The retreat...

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“The O” provides community, opportunity to students throughout 30-year history

Canela Lopez and Kila Moore February 22, 2018

In honor of the 30-year anniversary of the Tulane University Office of Multicultural Affairs and Black History Month, The Tulane Hullabaloo has outlined a history of "The O" and traced its 30 years of...

Staff editorial: Administration must demonstrate religious inclusivity

September 14, 2017

The events of September 11, 2001, inflicted trauma on families and communities across the world. For the country as a whole, the day also marked a turning point for religious tolerance. This week, as we...

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