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  • Tulane fell to SMU in the AAC Championship on Saturday, Dec. 2, 2023.

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    Tulane loses conference championship to SMU 26-14

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    Football head coach Willie Fritz to leave Tulane

  • Corrupt or charitable: Zemurray legacy at Tulane

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    Corrupt or charitable: Zemurray legacy at Tulane

  • Photo by Evan Allbritton

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    Museum of Southern Jewish Experience embraces community

  • Graphic by Shivani Bondada

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    Mariah Carey’s influence on holiday music

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    “Priscilla:” Coppola unveils beautiful, sad life of Priscilla Presley

  • This weekend against Southern Methodist University marks a huge opportunity for the Green Wave.

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    Tulane, SMU marks defining moment for Green Wave, Willie Fritz

  • Jennifer Egan discusses dreams, fairy tales in author talk series

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    Jennifer Egan discusses dreams, fairy tales in author talk series

  • OPINION | Time for Tulane to deal with doubles to dorms

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    OPINION | Time for Tulane to deal with doubles to dorms

  • OPINION | Puff, puff, pass: Louisiana State marijuana laws impact marginalized communities

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    OPINION | Puff, puff, pass: Louisiana State marijuana laws impact marginalized communities

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    “The Holdovers”: holiday film made “in the new old-fashioned way”

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    TikTok shop chamoy pickle kit, honestly

  • Graphic by Mylie Bluhm

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    Five new albums for 2023 holiday season

  • Defensive back Tahir Annoor celebrates a play on Friday, Nov. 24, 2023 against UTSA.

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    Second wave: Tulane beats UTSA, will host AAC Championship

  • Tulane hires David Harris as new athletic director

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    Tulane hires David Harris as new athletic director

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Student newspaper serving Tulane University, Uptown New Orleans

The Tulane Hullabaloo

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The Tulane Hullabaloo

Brian Edwards, dean of Tulanes School of Liberal Arts, seated at a window in his Newcomb Hall office.

SLA’s Edwards on future of liberal arts

Rohan Goswami, News Editor February 21, 2022

Brian Edwards’ office suite does not have the grandeur of other rooms on campus. Acoustic ceiling tiles, fluorescent lighting and carpet more reminiscent of a 1970s office make it hard to remember that...

Newcomb Hall remains covered in scaffolding after Hurricane Ida.

Despite faculty concerns, Fitts emphasizes successful efforts during Ida

Rohan Goswami, News Editor October 6, 2021

As students returned to New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida, Tulane University President Mike Fitts reflected on the preparations around the hurricane, the evacuation to Houston, the return to...

professor guadalupe Garcia

Professor Guadalupe García uncovers hidden histories

Martha Sanchez, Staff Reporter September 29, 2021

  Guadalupe García, an associate professor at Tulane University, grew up in Los Angeles. Movies and books depicted her home as a glamorous and star-studded paradise. But that was not the city...

School of Liberal Arts Organizes Civil Discourse Panel

School of Liberal Arts Organizes Civil Discourse Panel

Mackenzie Bookamer , Contributing Reporter November 6, 2020

During the 2020 election season, multiple departments at Tulane have worked to increase access to opportunities for civic engagement, whether that be through virtual watch events or voter registration...

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OPINION | Liberal arts education is more conducive to academic success

Robert Chumbley, Contributing Writer November 2, 2020

Many business-minded Tulanians and their parents like to talk about the “real world” and its justification of a skills-centered education. If it even exists at all, this mercantile “real world”...

Not sure what Tulane school you should be in? Maybe your on-court style will help you decide.

How your basketball play style translates to the classroom

Blaise Noble-Schueller, Contributing Reporter October 15, 2020

Picture this: there are 10 seconds left in your pickup basketball game, and you gather a monster rebound. With your eyes up and ball pounding down the hardwood, your team trusts you to take the final shot...

Tulane to postpone Life of a Klansman event after backlash

Tulane to postpone “Life of a Klansman” event after backlash

Lauren Lehmann, Staff Reporter August 6, 2020

The Tulane School of Liberal Arts had planned on sponsoring an event with Edward Ball to discuss his book “Life of a Klansman: A Family History in White Supremacy.” The book narrates his family history...

Ode to self-involved STEM majors

Ode to self-involved STEM majors

Gabe Darley, Staff Writer February 26, 2020

Gabe Darley is majoring in Computer Science and English. Tulane is a school that excels in fairly representing both the arts and the sciences. One school does not academically dominate the other...

digital media production

New faculty, direction changes in Digital Media Production program

Deeya Patel, News Editor September 4, 2019

Digital media production encapsulates several rising forms of media, including film, television and sound production. At Tulane, DMP is offered as a coordinate major to students and offers electives such...

Tulane adjunct professor hiring practices oppose national trends

Tulane adjunct professor hiring practices oppose national trends

Lydia Woolley, Staff Reporter April 17, 2019

“Twenty percent less funds will be spent on adjunct faculty next year than last year,” Brian Edwards, dean of the School of Liberal Arts and professor of English, said. “That’s actually a huge...

Professor Profile: School of Liberal Arts Dean Brian Edwards discusses his life and research

Professor Profile: School of Liberal Arts Dean Brian Edwards discusses his life and research

Batu El, Staff Writer November 14, 2018

Ever since joining Tulane as the Dean of the School of Liberal Arts in July, Brian Edwards has been working to enhance students’ research capabilities. On Oct. 15 Edwards gave the keynote address...

Remembering Nwachukwu Frank Ukadike: Author and Tulane professor dies at 68

Remembering Nwachukwu Frank Ukadike: Author and Tulane professor dies at 68

Jonathon Marks, Senior Staff Reporter September 13, 2018

“His life was a huge sort of inspiration to a lot of black students here on campus, particularly African students, Nigerian students, students from different parts of Africa,” Tosin Gbogi, a poet...

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