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Celebrating love at New Orleans Opera’s ‘La Bohéme’

Celebrating love at New Orleans Opera’s ‘La Bohéme’

Maiya Tate, Editor in Chief April 6, 2022

When the New Orleans Opera invited The Tulane Hullabaloo to see their most recent production of “La Bohéme,” a famous opera by Giacomo Puccini, I was worried we wouldn’t be able to do it justice....

Antigone: Tulane’s other Greek life this semester

‘Antigone’: Tulane’s other Greek life this semester

Ritisha Sharma, Intersections Editor March 23, 2022

This past week, Tulane’s Theatre and Dance department put on “Antigone,” a work by the Greek playwright Sophocles’,  translated by Ann Carson and directed by Ryder Thornton. The translation, intended...

Night at opera in New Orleans

Night at opera in New Orleans

Holly Haney, Arcade Editor February 23, 2022

In the information session before the concert began, the presenter said how during their most recent student night, one of them had asked if opera was just “all about love?” In many ways, this student...

In Earshot: Black artists restoring soul, speaking for community

In Earshot: Black artists restoring soul, speaking for community

Matthew Tate, Senior Staff Columnist February 16, 2022

I grew up on R&B, funk and soul music, primarily because of my parents. I listened to and still listen to artists like Earth, Wind & Fire, The Isley Brothers, Erykah Badu, Marvin Gaye and my...

The Weeknd with aging makeup for the album cover of Dawn FM.

The Weeknd examines afterlife, spirituality in ‘Dawn FM’

Mackenzie Bookamer, News Editor January 29, 2022

On Jan. 7, The Weeknd christened the year with the release of his fifth studio album entitled “Dawn FM.” His previous full-length release, “After Hours,” was a massive success, and I often found...

I Saw Him Right After He Got Out of Rehab t-shirt

When John Mulaney got heckled

Mary Grace Granito, Contributing Reporter November 17, 2021

I’m sitting in a back row at the Mahalia Jackson Theater with one of my closest friends. On my lap is a magnetized technology pouch with my cracked iPhone 8 locked inside. John Mulaney, the most...

Charlie Peeler (L) and Holly Haney (R) at John Mulaney: From Scratch

Two children of divorce review ‘John Mulaney: From Scratch’

Grace Pearson-Thompson and Holly Haney November 10, 2021

Our qualifications to write this article are numerous. As children of divorce, long-time fans of John Mulaney and avid participants in parasocial relationships that bear no significance to us in the...

Anders Osborne enchants crowd at Tipitina’s

Anders Osborne enchants crowd at Tipitina’s

Olivia Tanaka-Kekai, Contributing Reporter October 13, 2021

Anders Osborne’s show at Tipitina’s on Oct. 7 reminded me of how much I missed live music.    It’s been a while since in-person concerts were even a possibility. Over the course of the...

OPINION | Professors must read RateMyProfessors evaluations

OPINION | Professors must read RateMyProfessors evaluations

Gabe Darley, Staff Writer October 14, 2020

When registering for classes, many Tulane students employ a common strategy to guide their selections. The website Rate My Professors is an online tool which allows undergraduates to search for an...


Review: ‘Hangover Helper: Delicious Cures From Around the World’

Sarah Medina, Contributing Reporter September 18, 2019

On a Sunday morning, going out for a nice brunch with friends is a go-to following a night of a little too much alcohol and not enough sleep. Being a college student in New Orleans can turn this practice...

Gibbard gently leads the audience in an acoustic version of I Will Follow You into the Dark

Death Cab for Cutie impresses audience on low-key Tuesday night

Adelaide Basco, Art Director April 10, 2019

If the opener, “My Brightest Diamond,” in her dyed maroon bouffant, sequined gold shirt and gold lame trench coat didn’t tip you off, maybe her exuberant dancing did — this concert was sure...

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Restaurant Reviews: Warbucks’ new American cuisine

Matt Federman, Contributing Writer February 20, 2019

Warbucks, found in the Irish Channel along Magazine street, is brought to life by Executive Chef Todd Pulsinelli. The newly opened restaurant blends modern American cuisine with distinct international...

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