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Coming out has been a lifelong process, full of beauty, loss and transformation.

Closet Case: My Adventure in Queer Identity

Hailie Goldthorpe, Contributing Columnist March 15, 2022

I am Hailie. I’m a freshman. I'm your friend, family, classmate and supporter. I’m also a lesbian. This is a significant part of my identity, but I've kept it carefully hidden most of my life....

Too often, Bi men are grouped as either gay or straight, their Bi identity being erased.

‘Bisexual men do exist’

Jeremy Evans, Contributing Columnist November 17, 2021

As a freshman at Tulane University, during a discussion on sexuality with a group of peers, I stated that I was 85% to 90% straight. In retrospect, it seems ridiculous to quantify my sexuality with...

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In Earshot: Essentials by queer artists

Grace Pearson-Thompson, Arcade Editor October 13, 2021

On the lookout for queer musicians to add to your playlists? In celebration of National Coming Out Day observed on Oct. 11, here’s a quick list of bangers from LGBTQ+ artists you may have yet to discover....

Pride month should be a time of celebration and activism for the LGBTQ+ community, but corporations have prioritized profit over community.

Rainbow capitalism commodifies pride

Julia Hanisee, Contributing Columnist October 13, 2021

Every year, Pride Month, which is celebrated in June, rolls by drenched in rainbow themed products and services disguised as LGBTQ+ allyship and support. Corporations use the month of June as a business...

Despite New Orleans’ conservative roots, the city’s LGBTQ+ community has made great strides against prejudice.

Inside Louisiana’s rainbow city

Kaitlin Lowe, Contributing Columnist October 13, 2021

People may assume it is smooth sailing for LGBTQ+ individuals in New Orleans as it is such a “liberal” city. Looking below the surface of the Crescent City, Louisiana has a long history of prejudice...

OPINION | Tulane students tackle school spirit by working towards better institution

OPINION | Tulane students tackle school spirit by working towards better institution

Anna Dixon, Staff Writer March 17, 2021

School spirit can be measured in a variety of ways. Mainly, it is the expression of pride in one’s school. Traditionally, it is demonstrated by student engagement in athletics. The stereotypical...

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Arcade Book Corner: Black Authors

Meredith Abdelnour, Arcade Editor February 25, 2021

In honor of Black History Month, this month’s book corner highlights some incredible recent work by Black authors. All of these books focus on Black stories and Black voices. Whether you’re looking...


‘I’m from the South’ isn’t an excuse to be racist

Shahamat Uddin, Intersections Editor November 14, 2019

The crisp crackle of fried pickles in my mouth, the loud cool Georgia winds singing me to sleep, and the kind warm smiles of strangers ready to turn family. These are the symbols of my Southern heritage,...

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No,, Tulane is not one of the ‘Best Colleges for Queer Women’

Emilie Redmann, Contributing Writer October 16, 2019

On Sept. 5,, an affiliate of Pride Media Network, published a list of  “11 of the Best Colleges for Queer Women” with Tulane University appearing first.  Ellen Wall from cited...

Summer is coming: Events for students staying in NOLA

Hannah Erbrick, Arcade Editor April 25, 2019

Maybe you’re taking a class, working or have an internship. For whatever reason, you’re staying in New Orleans for the summer. If you’re worried about getting bored, don’t – festival season is...

Annual pride celebration enriches community

Parker Greenwood, Contributing Reporter August 24, 2016

180,000 people, $215 million in tourist revenue and 45 years of celebration equals one seriously decadent festival. Southern Decadence, which began in 1972 as a costume party comprised of a small group...

Students gather Monday to celebrate the kickoff of Pride Month on the Lavin-Bernick Center quad. Students came together to write messages of encouragement on a banner for the festivities. 

Tulane celebrates LGBT community during Pride Month

Taylor DeMulling, Associate Arcade Editor October 7, 2015

Pride Month is more than pinning cleverly personalized patches onto a rainbow community flag. It's more than comedians, singers and speakers coming to share their experiences in hopes of rallying, resonating...

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