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On Dec. 31, 1964, then-Tulane president Herbert E. Longenecker announced the Green Wave would leave the SEC in June 1966.

Why Tulane left the SEC

Jude Papillion, Editor-in-Chief September 23, 2022

On Dec. 8, 1932, Tulane University, along with 12 other schools from the 28 institution Southern Conference met in Knoxville, Tennessee to create a new athletic conference. Featuring teams such as...

Stephen Martin Sr.: Trailblazer on, off diamond

Stephen Martin Sr.: Trailblazer on, off diamond

Jude Papillion, Sports Editor February 17, 2022

On April 3, 1965, Stephen Martin Sr., a freshman at Tulane University, broke the color barrier in the Southeastern Conference against LSU. While Martin Sr. had a monumental impact on sports that day,...

Fans and football pundits are still mad about the Super League.

From the Basement: College football playoff should expand to 12 teams

Jude Papillion, Sports Editor September 29, 2021

College football is constantly evolving and after eight years since the College Football Playoff and its selection committee replaced the computer calculated Bowl Championship Series, many are pushing...

womens basketball

Tulane Women’s Basketball Ready for Conference Play After Tough Schedule

Owen Scher, Staff Reporter December 4, 2019

The Tulane women’s basketball team has faced some strong opponents over the first month of the season. After opening the season with a comfortable victory over Jackson State, the Green Wave took on Pacific-12...

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