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    OPINION | So long, Sodexo

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  • 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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    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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The Tulane Hullabaloo

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The Tulane Hullabaloo

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.

‘The New Green Wave’: School of Liberal Arts to host reproductive rights seminar

Rosemary Mulvey, Contributing Writer February 7, 2024

The Tulane University School of Liberal Arts has been selected to host a year-long Sawyer Seminar this upcoming fall on campus. A $225,000 grant from the Mellon Foundation accompanies the award to...

Campus Health provides free condoms and Plan B to students. Big Easy EC provides 24-hour Emergency Contraceptive delivery service operated by Tulane students.

Reproductive care still available at Tulane post Roe v. Wade

Emma Menard, Contributing Writer October 20, 2023

The 2022 Dobbs v. Jackson Supreme Court decision altered the landscape of reproductive healthcare across America by reversing Roe v. Wade, which made abortion federally legal in 1973. The Dobbs decision...

Students exercise the freedom to gather for important issues.

OPINION | Students must pay attention to Southern anti-abortion laws

Mary Grace Granito, Contributing Columnist October 6, 2021

As a Louisiana native, I am not surprised by the recent Texas law which prohibits abortion access after six weeks. Abortion access has been under fire here for as long as I can remember.  But for...

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Louisiana laws will lead to life-threatening self-managed abortions

Isabelle Lian, Contributing Writer October 2, 2019

Isabelle is a Newcomb College Institute Reproductive Rights & Reproductive Health intern and a Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast intern. As abortion restrictions sweep across Louisiana, many are growing...

Louisiana’s First Congressional District Candidates to come to Tulane for panel discussion

Louisiana’s First Congressional District Candidates to come to Tulane for panel discussion

Kila Moore, News Editor September 20, 2018

Tulane sophomore Sarah Tatarski and Women in Politics will host a Congressional Candidates Panel on Sunday, Sept. 23 in Myra Clare Rogers Memorial Chapel. The panel will consist of four of the...

The Richardson Building was established in 1894. Richardson Memorial is a five story brick and limestone building. It is a  example of the Richardsonian Romanesque style building. It was one of the first buildings to be constructed on the new campus.

Film “Roe v. Wade” to begin production on Tulane’s campus

Taylor DeMulling and Canela López June 20, 2018

"1973," an independent film directed by Tulane University alumnus Nick Loeb, was set to begin filming in the greater New Orleans area last Friday, on sets including Tulane's Uptown campus. According...

Dean of School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine signs letter for reproductive rights

Dean of School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine signs letter for reproductive rights

Emily Fornof, Senior Staff Reporter June 7, 2017

Recent patterns of political polarization have sparked debate about reproductive health both in the United States and around the world. Pierre Buekens, dean of the Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical...

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