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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

Puerto Rican student Clara Tomé explores the impact of hurricanes on her identity.

Chasing storms from San Juan to New Orleans

Clara Tomé, Contributing Columnist September 29, 2021

Last year, my friend told me she felt that hurricanes follow me. While I laughed at that, I now find myself reflecting on how hurricanes have impacted my life.  I was born and still live in Puerto...

Czars Trinidad | Layout Editor

OPINION: Super Bowl halftime show beautifully embraces Latinx culture

Megan Garcia, Intersections Editor February 13, 2020

Since Shakira and Jennifer Lopez performed at the Super Bowl, people around the country are angry about the “raunchiness” of the dancing and clothes. All over Facebook, comments speak of families skipping...

Elana Bush | Photography Editor

Tulane student Clara Tomé reveals unforgettable experience in Puerto Rico

Megan Garcia, Intersections Editor September 18, 2019

On the night of July 15, Tulane sophomore Clara Tomé witnessed the beginning of the protests in Puerto Rico that would eventually force Governor Ricardo Rosselló to resign from office. A protest that...

Shelter from the storm: Following up on the guest Puerto Rican students at Tulane

Shelter from the storm: Following up on the guest Puerto Rican students at Tulane

Tara Nored, Contributing Reporter October 18, 2018

A little over a year ago, Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, leaving many neighborhoods, schools and homes in shambles. Due to the devastation, 17 students traveled from the islands of Puerto...

Slow Puerto Rican recovery is evidence of environmental racism

Slow Puerto Rican recovery is evidence of environmental racism

Canela Lopez, Senior Staff Reporter September 9, 2018

It has been 11 months, 15 days and counting since the U.S. territory known as Puerto Rico was ravaged by Hurricane Maria. With a death toll of 4,000 and growing according to the Denver Post, the island...

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April 4, 2018

El comienzo del semestre de primavera trajo a 15 nuevos estudiantes de Puerto Rico a Tulane. The Hullabaloo pensó que merecían una presentación formal en nuestra nueva característica: Resisting the...

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Resisting the Storm: Puerto Rican sophomore Rosalind Velez

Cam Lutz, Senior Staff Reporter February 8, 2018

The start of the spring semester brought 15 new students from Puerto Rico to Tulane. The Hullabaloo thought they deserved a formal introduction in our newest feature: Resisting the Storm. Each week, The...

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Resisting the Storm: Puerto Rican Freshman Pura Arroyo Morales

Cam Lutz, Senior Staff Reporter February 1, 2018

The start of the spring semester brought 15 new students from Puerto Rico to Tulane. The Hullabaloo thought they deserved a formal introduction in our newest feature Resisting the Storm. A few weeks after...

Hurricane Irma devastated St. Martin when it hit on Sept. 6. Students from St. Martin, along with students from Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, can apply to enroll at Tulane for the Spring 2018 semester.

Resisting the Storm: Puerto Rican student checks in about beginning of semester

Cam Lutz, Senior Staff Reporter January 28, 2018

The start of the spring semester brought 15 new students from Puerto Rico. We thought they deserved a formal introduction in our newest feature Resisting the Storm.  When Hurricane Katrina hit New...

Hurricane Irma devastated St. Martin when it hit on Sept. 6. Students from St. Martin, along with students from Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, can apply to enroll at Tulane for the Spring 2018 semester.

“Shelter from the storm”: Tulane opens doors to Puerto Rican students, organizes relief efforts

Seven hurricanes have ravaged the Atlantic region since August, with four of them registered as Category 4 or higher. According to recent estimates, the combined damage from Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and...

U.S. must aid Puerto Rico post-Hurricane Maria

U.S. must aid Puerto Rico post-Hurricane Maria

Madeline Ninno, Associate Views Editor October 18, 2017

On Sept. 20, Hurricane Maria struck the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, decimating much of the island's infrastructure and killing 48 people. Maria was one in a string of hurricanes to affect Americans recently,...

Newcomb Art Museum paints new perspective on cultural issues

Emily Fornof, Intersections Editor June 7, 2017

Art speaks across all different cultures and societies — contemporary art across the prominent issues of the time. Recently, issues revolving around race and politics have been given space in the...

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