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July 13 News Update

Gabby Abrams , News Editor July 13, 2020

Due to the frequency of updates related to the COVID-19 pandemic and Tulane's reopening plans, The Hullabaloo is creating a separate page on our website for these updates. Tulane files amicus brief...

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Fitts pledges funds, expands programming to combat racism in Tulane community

Cullen Fagan, Senior Staff Reporter June 12, 2020

On Friday, the Tulane student body received an email from President Mike Fitts in which he pledged that the university would take concrete steps to further anti-racist goals. He cited recent national events,...

Tulane football player dismissed following battery charges

Tulane to begin fall semester Aug. 19th, eliminating fall break and increasing social distancing practices

Gabby Abrams , News Editor May 30, 2020

Tulane University students will be welcomed back to campus on Wednesday, Aug. 19, five days earlier than originally scheduled, and the semester will continue in person until Tuesday, Nov. 24, President...

Dean Skinner is now holding weekly office hours on Fridays from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. in 113 Cudd Hall.

New this Spring: Dean Skinner to hold office hours

Mia Edelson, Contributing Reporter January 29, 2020

Office hours are not just for desperate moments leading up to an exam when students seek answers to last minute questions. At the beginning of each semester, many professors encourage students to stop...

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Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor headlines Presidential Speaker Series

Deeya Patel, News Editor October 26, 2019

Two hours before the event, eager students began filling McAlister Auditorium. Last night, 1,334 students and faculty attended the first event in the Tulane's Presidential Speaker Series featuring Sonia...

Tulane's trees are well-rooted in the university's past.

Historic “bead tree” removed from Tulane’s campus

Amy Nankin, News Editor May 15, 2019

Tulane University announced that the beloved “bead tree” — a sizeable Nuttall oak tree covered in Mardi Gras beads that became a recognizable feature on campus — was removed from the Academic Quadrangle...

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News: “Only the Audacious” campaign fails due to lack of audacity on campus

Sanjali De Silva and Josh Axelrod April 4, 2018

"Who knew raising $10 billion would be so difficult?" President Mike Fitts said, in his "A View from Gibson" email to the student body. Fitts made a startling announcement this afternoon, calling off...

Student found dead in on-campus residence hall

Josh Axelrod, News Editor March 12, 2018

The Hullabaloo will provide further updates as they become available. A Tulane student was found dead Sunday night around 6 p.m. in his residence hall, according to the Tulane University Police Department....

President Mike Fitts makes opening remarks at the town hall last Wednesday night.

Marginalized communities respond to sexual assault climate survey results

Josh Axelrod, Sanjali De Silva, and Sophia Mariani February 8, 2018

After five months of waiting and speculating, students gathered to hear the results of the Sexual Assault Climate Survey. The doors of Kendall Cram Lecture Room opened at 4:30 p.m. By 4:39 p.m. all...

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The dynasty and the underdog: Tulane prepares for Super Bowl LII

Grant Barnes, Sports Editor January 31, 2018

The NFL season will end with Super Bowl LII on Feb. 4, 2018, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Though the game will be played more than 1,000 miles away, Tulane students and staff alike are preparing to watch...

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Students press administration over release of sexual assault town hall results

Josh Axelrod and Sanjali De Silva January 31, 2018

Scroll down to read the comprehensive live updates from the event. Read next week’s issue for insights on student reactions, thoughts from administration and what steps are moving forward. Yesterday...

Tulane reflects on racial past in light of Charlottesville events

Tulane reflects on racial past in light of Charlottesville events

This past month, a "Unite the Right" rally, led by white nationalists on the University of Virginia's Charlottesville campus, incited violence and sent waves of polarization throughout the country. Thirty...

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