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  • 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

  • Hip-hop figurehead J Dilla turns 50

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    Hip-hop figurehead J Dilla turns 50

  • The Oscars: Women to watch in 2024

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    The Oscars: Women to watch in 2024

  • Senior Sophi Tomasulo hands out free drug testing kits by the Lavin-Bernick Center.

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    TEMS, students push for drug harm reduction around Mardi Gras

  • Patrick Mahomes and Brock Purdy set to face off in Las Vegas for Super Bowl LVIII.

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    Tulane Hullabaloo’s ultimate guide to Super Bowl LVIII

  • New changes to the FAFSA application will change how Tulane delivers financial aid packages in 2024-2025.

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    Tulane clarifies confusion over FAFSA application

  • OPINION | So long, Sodexo

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    OPINION | So long, Sodexo

  • OPINION | How civil wars start

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    OPINION | How civil wars start

  • Tulane Chabad hosted its largest Shabbat 1000 celebration, seeing around 1,500 Jewish and non-Jewish students gather to celebrate in honor of the victims of Oct. 7.

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    Chabad hosts Tulane’s largest Shabbat

  • Heavy storms flooded Willow St. to almost knee-length on Saturday night.

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    Heavy rain, turbine outage leads to flooding, cars stranded

  • A chemical spill in Stern Hall on Monday morning forced students and faculty to evacuate the building.

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    One hospitalized, Stern Hall evacuated after chemical spill

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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

California Supreme Court Justice Leondra Kruger (L) and U.S. District Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson (R), two frontrunners for Joe Bidens Supreme Court nominees.

OPINION | Who benefits from Biden’s Supreme Court nomination?

Doxey Kamara, Intersections Editor February 3, 2022

Among the promises President Biden has made to Americans, such as forgiving student loans and decriminalizing marijuana, he also pledged to nominate a Black woman to the United States Supreme Court....

Most of our medical knowledge has come from experiments carried on African American individuals, so why do these individuals receive the worst medical care in America today?

OPINION | Medical community has exploited Black people for too long

Ritisha Sharma, Intersections Editor November 3, 2021

Most of our medical knowledge today comes from experimentation on Black individuals, and yet they continue to be the demographic receiving the worst medical care in America? Blatant medical violence...

White students still have much to learn to be good allies to their BIPOC peers.

OPINION | White people have no need for race-based affinity groups

Gabi Liebeler, Contributing Writer September 16, 2020

It is no secret that Tulane University has experienced controversies surrounding racial diversity, some of which were related to whiteness.  In November of 2017, signs that read, “It’s okay to be...

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Are all your friends white?

Shahamat Uddin, Intersections Editor September 4, 2019
At a predominantly white institution (PWI), Brown and Black students do not have the luxury to pick and choose friends from a larger population that looks like them. Whereas white students at Tulane can walk into their first dorm hall meeting and probably see a large group of people that share their lived white experiences.
POC-owned businesses deserve support of city

POC-owned businesses deserve support of city

Shea Dobson, Staff Writer March 21, 2018

Speaking at an event late last month, Mayor Mitch Landrieu discussed a recently-published study from the Keen Independent Research Foundation, which involves 5,000 local businesses and a review of city...

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Letter to the Editor: In wake of climate survey results, LGBTQ+ students cannot be ignored

February 7, 2018

Walking into Kendall Cram last week, I knew the numbers for non-heterosexual* students would be high. I did not know how high. My first question was, why? Now, I have a theory. Many of us have spent...

Student organization spotlight: Pocapella

Student organization spotlight: Pocapella

Divya Goel, Contributing Writer October 18, 2017

"It's not that we're black people singing. We're just people singing," sophomore and Pocapella co-president Lexi Frame said. Founded in 2016, Pocapella is Tulane's first a capella group that unites...

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