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We all can learn from John McCain’s legacy

We all can learn from John McCain's legacy

Jon Krantz, Staff Writer

August 31, 2018

This weekend, the nation lost Sen. John McCain to glioblastoma, or cancer in the glial cells of the brain. His career was marked by many mistakes, but his legacy of unparalleled moral character and his devotion to our country offer a shining example of dutiful citizenship. Though he was often considered...

Prioritizing Intellectual Diversity Distracts the Views Section from What Matters Most

Prioritizing Intellectual Diversity Distracts the Views Section from What Matters Most

Sophia Mariani, Staff Writer

August 29, 2018

When I pick up a copy of The Hullabaloo, I’m curious. I’m looking for answers and insights about the Tulane community. I trust that the writers have done their due diligence and are presenting me, as the reader, with all the facts. Reading an issue cover to cover, I expect to leave informed and ...

Too black for an American audience

Too black for an American audience

Shea Dobson, Sports Editor

August 24, 2017

Before I really dive into this article, I'd like to begin by saying this is one of the most frustrating things I've ever written about. This is because there are two articles I could write, and I have tried to write them both at the same time. It's gotten to the point where I'm writing in the first ...

From the Basement: March Madness predictions

From the Basement: March Madness predictions

Jake Brennan, Jordan Figueredo, Susan Fanelli, and Josh Axelrod

March 16, 2017

It's everyone's favorite time of the year. On Thursday, March 16, March Madness will officially begin as 68 teams from across the country lace 'em up for the opportunity to win the national championships in Phoenix. Everyone, even The Hullabaloo, wants a piece of the action as we pick our favorites...

A Day Without a Woman excludes low-income workers

Madeline Ninno, Staff Writer

March 16, 2017

On International Women's Day, March 8, women around the world participated in the A Day Without a Woman general strike. Women were encouraged to take the day off from all paid and unpaid labor to shop only at local, minority-owned businesses. They were also encouraged to wear red in solidarity with...

From the basement: NCAA needs to work on fair compensation

From the basement: NCAA needs to work on fair compensation

Jake Brennan, Sports Editor

February 9, 2017

Collegiate athletics are supposed to be a way for young adults to compete at a higher level and grow as people while still focusing on their studies. This has never been the case. The NCAA gains from the success of players that generate the most revenue, but the educational compensation for players...

Tulane unjustly denies renowned researcher important data

Cam Lutz, Staff Writer

February 9, 2017

Dr. Gerald S. Berenson, a renowned cardiovascular researcher and former research professor at Tulane University, is suing Tulane for access to data he collected in the Bogalusa heart study, his ongoing research project. Tulane claims legal ownership of the data, but Berenson asserts he is legally entitled...

Trump era denies journalists free speech

Robin Boch, Associate Views Editor

February 9, 2017

Marketplace journalist Lewis Wallace released a blog post on Jan. 31 entitled "I was fired from my journalism job 10 days into Trump." Wallace told his story of how he was fired from his job as a consequence of publishing a post on his personal blog, which the company said violated its code of ethics....

The Women’s March on Washington: An intersectional perspective

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Lauren Gaines and Ella Helmuth

January 28, 2017

Friday afternoon, 56 Tulane students boarded a bus bound for Washington, DC. They joined a group of three million marchers around the globe in what was coined the Women's March. "We stand together in solidarity with our partners and children for the protection of our rights, our safety, our health,...

Bees benefit Big Easy

Parker Greenwood, Associate Arcade Editor

January 21, 2017

If beekeeping in New Orleans seems unbeelievable, think again. Southbound Gardens will be hosting an urban beekeeping workshop from 11:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Sunday at its location on South Robertson Street. Jordan Bantuelle, co-owner of Southbound Gardens, indicated that the workshop will be dealing...

Recently introduced Arabic minor in need of revision

Kevin Young, Staff Writer

January 18, 2017

This is an opinion article and does not necessarily reflect the views of The Tulane Hullabaloo. The Department of French and Italian announced that its new minor in Arabic program will start this semester due to student demand for more courses associated with the Middle East. While it is essential f...

Commercialization of holiday season proves detrimental

Daniel Horowitz, Associate Views Editor

December 8, 2016

While the gifts and glamour of holidays can be fun, it is important not to forget what these holidays truly mean.