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Whos afraid of F. Edward Hébert?

Who’s afraid of F. Edward Hébert?

Doxey Kamara, Intersections Editor October 19, 2022

In what seems to be a tradition at Tulane University, the F. Edward Hebert Hall is once again the center of campus controversy. Most recently, Tulane faculty unofficially renamed the building in honor...

How to be anti-racist at a racist institution

How to be anti-racist at a racist institution

Emrey Broyles, Staff Writer February 25, 2021

Tulane University, like many institutions of higher education, works tirelessly to uphold a spotless reputation as a progressive center for the advancement of knowledge. Whether intentional or not,...


Ten Quick Questions at Tulane: Lauren Gaines

Deeya Patel, News Editor October 23, 2019

  Lauren Gaines, a senior at Tulane, is involved in a variety of organizations at Tulane. She is the executive vice president of Tulane’s Undergraduate Student Government, a brother in business...

Undercurrents: Intersections’ 5 things TU know this week

Undercurrents: Intersections’ 5 things TU know this week

Jessica Galloway and Jewell Prim October 3, 2018

Trump mocks FordThe crowd at Donald Trump’s rally this past Tuesday cheered the president on as he mocked the testimonies given by Dr. Christine Blasey Ford during the hearings for Supreme Court nominee...


“The O” provides community, opportunity to students throughout 30-year history

Canela Lopez and Kila Moore February 22, 2018

In honor of the 30-year anniversary of the Tulane University Office of Multicultural Affairs and Black History Month, The Tulane Hullabaloo has outlined a history of "The O" and traced its 30 years of...

Some Tulane students and organizations planned a teach-in Oct. 18, hoping to educate community members about the potential negative effects associated with the Bayou Bridge Pipeline.

Students mobilize in response to proposed Bayou Bridge Pipeline

Lily Milwit , Senior Staff Reporter November 2, 2017

Thousands of members of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe garnered national attention last year when they organized large-scale protests against the building of the Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota....

Cornelius Hawkins gravesite is pictured at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Cemetery in Maringouin, LA. Hawkins was born in 1825, was sold in 1838 and died in 1902.

“What happened to the people”: 1838 sale of 272 people challenges universities to evaluate ties to enslavement

Canela Lopez and October 19, 2017

"For the promotion and the encouragement of intellectual, moral and industrial education among the white young persons in the city of New Orleans." These are words of the original charter, penned by...

SOAR guides students through Tulane racial history in “Tours of Truth”

Luo Qi Kong, Staff Reporter March 29, 2017

From March 13 to 17, Tulane students led guided tours with a goal of educating tourgoers on Tulane's history of white supremacy and student activism. These Tours of Truth functioned as a key piece in...

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