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  • Available supplies include, but are not limited to, syringes, tourniquets, cookers and other paraphernalia, provided to cut down on sharing within the community.

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    Harm reduction in New Orleans, from pavement up

  • From blues to Cajun cuisine: the best of Jazz Fest 2024

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    From blues to Cajun cuisine: the best of Jazz Fest 2024

  • Police have found two video cameras in campus bathrooms in recent months and arrested one former employee but said the cases do not appear to be connected.

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    Faculty, students deliver letters condemning Tulane’s response to pro-Palestinian encampment

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    Letter to the Editor

    Letter to the Editor | Tulane faculty letter concerning campus protest

  • Jack Zinsser shows face.

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    Helluva Hubbalagoo

  • Winners announced: Arcade A+ Awards

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    Winners announced: Arcade A+ Awards

  • Michael Pratt was selected by the Green Bay Packers with the 245th overall pick in the seventh round of the 2024 NFL draft.

    Football

    Pratt, Jackson, others find landing spots in NFL

  • Letter from the Editor | In good hands

    Letter to the Editor

    Letter from the Editor | In good hands

  • Zion Williamsons injury in the NBA play-in was the final nail in the coffin for the New Orleans Pelicans season.

    Basketball

    Remembering New Orleans Pelicans: October 2023 – April 2024

  • Participants of the 2024 Tulane Student Film Festival. Courtesy of the Film Festival.

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    Tulane hosts third annual student film festival

  • OPINION | Final exams: Are we finally done with them?

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    OPINION | Final exams: Are we finally done with them?

  • OPINION | Science or not: Rethinking core curriculum

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    OPINION | Science or not: Rethinking core curriculum

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    Letter to the Editor | Silent killer: Why World Malaria Day matters

  • Police stand in front of protesters early Wednesday morning.

    City

    Pro-Palestinian protesters demand charges be dropped after police sweep at Tulane

  • A protester wearing a keffiyeh stands before police.

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    Tulane arrests 14 protesters, clears pro-Palestinian encampment

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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

OPINION | How civil wars start

OPINION | How civil wars start

Ethan Lenkin, Staff Writer February 7, 2024

On Jan. 22, the U.S. Supreme Court reaffirmed a constitutional precedent that should have never been challenged: the Supremacy Clause. It states that federal law “shall be the supreme law of the...

Louisiana House Representative Mandie Landry spoke with students about financial and personal challenges of working as a legislator.

Representative Mandie Landry on life as legislator

Julia Goldman, Staff Writer October 25, 2023

Louisiana House Representative Mandie Landry visited Professor Karrie Gaspard-Hogewood’s Intro to Social Policy and Practice class on Oct. 17 for an open discussion about the career of a state representative...

Johnsons election ended a 22-day stall in the U.S. House of Representatives. Photo Courtesy of United States Government | Creative Commons https://tinyurl.com/5ec6ty97

Louisiana republican Mike Johnson elected U.S. speaker of the house

Gabi Liebeler, Editor-in-Chief October 25, 2023

  Republican Mike Johnson was elected 56th speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives early Wednesday afternoon, becoming the first Louisiana representative to hold the position.    Johnson’s...

OPINION: Forcing neutrality: The both-sides fallacy

OPINION: Forcing neutrality: The both-sides fallacy

Doxey Kamara, Intersections Editor January 25, 2023

When lines are drawn and sides are taken, some people try to find a happy middle. Compromise can be healthy, and keeping a clear head can mean thinking critically about who you judge, how you judge...

Political science professors analyze midterms

Political science professors analyze midterms

Olivia Warren, Associate News Editor December 7, 2022

Midterm election decisions enacted new state constitutional amendments, bringing new changes for Louisiana and New Orleans beyond Senate and Congressional elections. Eight proposed amendments to the...

OPINION | Why political organizations matter on campus

OPINION | Why political organizations matter on campus

Taylor Spill, Contributing Columnist April 20, 2022

Politics, once seen as a taboo conversation topic, now has a large impact on our lives, especially at Tulane University. These discussions regarding politics most likely contributed to a record number...

The holidays are a time for rest — but can one responsibly take a break from something as important as politics?

OPINION | Disengaging from politics this holiday season

Doxey Kamara, Intersections Editor December 16, 2021

Politics can be a hard thing to ignore. Particularly as social media usage has skyrocketed during the pandemic — exposing more people to political figures and viewpoints — it can feel like political...

People wait for food to be distributed in Les Cayes, Haiti.

OPINION | Who should lead Haitian aid efforts?

Doxey Kamara, Intersections Editor August 26, 2021

The island nation of Haiti has experienced an overabundance of catastrophe. While still reeling from the assassination of their president, the nation’s Prime Minister resigned without any public...

Leftists ought to reclaim the American flag.

OPINION | American flag should not be reserved for conservatives

Abe Messing, Staff Writer April 21, 2021

Whenever a mass shooting, violent racial conflict or Capitol insurrection scourges American life, flags are lowered to half-mast nationwide, but this is never quite low enough to satisfy most leftists....

OPINION | Cancel culture must focus on empathy, accountability

OPINION | Cancel culture must focus on empathy, accountability

Sala Thanassi, Staff Writer March 24, 2021

Acts of public shaming have always been deeply integrated into society: from the Salem Witch Trials to the Red Scare, a collective affinity for compartmentalization and demonization is as deeply entrenched...

OPINION | “Political correctness” debate represents generational, empathy divide

OPINION | “Political correctness” debate represents generational, empathy divide

Sala Thanassi, Contributing Writer January 27, 2021

The concept of political correctness continues to garner mass public attention and is both intensely accursed and passionately praised. Factors such as political affiliation, class status, racial identity...

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OPINION | Capitol insurrection exposes long-denied realities of Deep South

Lily Mae Lazarus, Views Editor January 20, 2021

In the wake of the recent United States Capitol insurrection, Tulane University students must re-examine the immense political divide in U.S. politics relative to the Deep South. As temporary residents...

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