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College newspapers are powerful institutions of accountability.

OPINION | College journalism still matters

Lily Mae Lazarus, Views Editor April 28, 2021

The feeling of reading a print copy of a newspaper is irreplicable. The textured paper stamped with black ink holds immense power, often unrecognized by younger generations. With digital media replacing...

Leftists ought to reclaim the American flag.

OPINION | American flag should not be reserved for conservatives

Abe Messing, Staff Writer April 21, 2021

Whenever a mass shooting, violent racial conflict or Capitol insurrection scourges American life, flags are lowered to half-mast nationwide, but this is never quite low enough to satisfy most leftists....

OPINION | Tulane students tackle school spirit by working towards better institution

OPINION | Tulane students tackle school spirit by working towards better institution

Anna Dixon, Staff Writer March 17, 2021

School spirit can be measured in a variety of ways. Mainly, it is the expression of pride in one’s school. Traditionally, it is demonstrated by student engagement in athletics. The stereotypical...

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Remembering Leah Chase, a true hero of the New Orleans community

Michael Chen, Associate News Editor June 3, 2019

Fearless. Humble. Persistent. Leah Lange Chase has clearly embodied these traits throughout her work in the kitchen and as a civil rights activist. The New Orleans community mourns the loss of a culinary...

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Artists identify social justice-architecture intersection in Tulane lecture

Ellen Waller, Associate News Editor March 13, 2018

Artist Theaster Gates and architect Dan Pitera are pushing the boundaries of architecture as they incorporate advocacy for social justice into their designs. Pitera and Gates were hosted on campus by The...

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