The Tulane Hullabaloo

How your basketball play style translates to the classroom

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

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 of the game. What’s your move?  Do you take a James Harden step back? Do you pull up for th...

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 in numbers nor in perceived presence in campus culture. For the most part, people tend not to discr...

From brain tumors to car batteries: Research at Tulane booms this fall

Maggie Pasterz | Staff Photographer

Deeya Patel, News Editor

December 5, 2019

This semester, Tulane has made strides in research in a wide range of fields including cancer biology, entrepreneurship and education. Here are some of the highlights:   Senior James Rogers James Rogers, a senior at Tulane, spent the summer of 2019 as a visiting researcher in Zurich, Swit...

Professor Profile: Lisa Molix promotes student engagement through her roles on campus

Elana Bush | Photography Editor

Michael Chen, Associate News Editor

March 20, 2019

While many professors are rarely seen outside their classrooms and offices, Professor Lisa Molix breaks this mold. From dinners at Bruff to attendance at events around campus, Molix is easily found, sometimes accompanied by her husband and two children.   In an academic capacity, however, ...

Faculty explain importance of student evaluations

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Tess Riley, Senior Staff Reporter

April 25, 2018

Before the close of each semester, students receive an email reminding them to complete their course evaluations. While these forms may be tempting to scroll past, they provide vital feedback for professors to improve course experiences for students. "They're very valuable as tools for both deans and chairs, the p...

School of Science and Engineering receives $10 million for new complex

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Cassie Hayno, Contributing Reporter

March 16, 2018

The number of undergraduate students with a primary or secondary major in the School of Science and Engineering was more than 2,500 in 2017, making up nearly one-third of the entire undergraduate population. People across the school say they are ready for the extra classrooms, laboratories and research space...

Flower Hall expands to contain parts of science and engineering departments

Flower Hall will soon house much of Tulane's School of Science and Engineering.

Carrigan English, Associate Editor

November 29, 2017

Donna and Paul Flower Hall is a fairly recent addition campus, having been completed in 2012. This former home to the Taylor Center for Social Innovation and Design might look a little out of place to the common student's eye, but it is soon to be home to many of Tulane's science and engineering departm...

New science department to study Mississippi River delta

New science department to study Mississippi River delta

Adrienne Underwood and Graham Andreae, News Editor and Staff Reporter

September 18, 2017

Tulane's School of Science and Engineering is introducing The Department of River-Coastal Science and Engineering, the first of its kind.  Through the new program, Tulane seeks to further understand the coasts and rivers not just in Louisiana, but around the world. Professor Mead Allison will head the departmen...