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Netflix and Chill(ing) Addictions: students assess impact of binge-streaming

Netflix and Chill(ing) Addictions: students assess impact of binge-streaming

Sophia Mariani, Staff Writer

September 8, 2018

Netflix has infiltrated the lives of most college students, providing us with a distracting study buddy, a demanding lunch date and an often too-time-consuming relationship. One too many times, I’ve locked eyes with myself in the background of the judgmental “Are you still watching?” screen. In tho...

Prioritizing Intellectual Diversity Distracts the Views Section from What Matters Most

Prioritizing Intellectual Diversity Distracts the Views Section from What Matters Most

Sophia Mariani, Staff Writer

August 29, 2018

When I pick up a copy of The Hullabaloo, I’m curious. I’m looking for answers and insights about the Tulane community. I trust that the writers have done their due diligence and are presenting me, as the reader, with all the facts. Reading an issue cover to cover, I expect to leave informed and ...

Tulane hosts second annual Louisiana Sexual Assault Student Activist Awareness Conference

Tulane University hosted the second annual Louisiana Sexual Assault Student Activist Awareness Conference on  Oct. 28.

Sophia Mariani, Staff Reporter

November 22, 2017

In the early morning of Oct. 28, students, administrators and members of the New Orleans community piled into the Lavin-Bernick Center of University Life to speak out against sexual violence on college campuses. Tulane University was hosting the second annual Louisiana Sexual Assault Student Activis...

Population displaced, culture affected by coastal land loss of Isle de Jean Charles

Isle de Jean Charles has lost 98 percent of its land since 1955. Residents of the island, members of the Biloxi-Chitimacha-Choctaw, have become climate refugees amid increasing land loss in the region.

Sophia Mariani, Contributing Reporter

October 25, 2017

Isle de Jean Charles, 75 miles south of New Orleans and inhabited by the Biloxi-Chitimacha-Choctaw tribe, has lost 98 percent of its land to the Gulf of Mexico's waters. The encroaching waters have eroded the land, disrupting the homes and culture of the community.  As a result of coastal erosion, climate change and other factors, Louisiana's coastline is ...

Students push for representation in sexual assault prevention efforts

Community members gathered to ask a panel of students and administrators questions about university-led efforts to combat sexual assault at a town hall Tuesday in Kendall Cram.

Sanjali De Silva, Story Sullivan, and Sophia Mariani

October 5, 2017

Driven by unmet promises from the university administration, students from many corners of Tulane's campus came together to create the #WeMatterTU petition, urging the release of the Climate Survey data alongside a set of demands concerning administrative action on sexual misconduct. During the 2016-1...

Tulane supports students through DACAmentary fundraising

Tulane supports students through DACAmentary fundraising

Sophia Mariani, Contributing Reporter

October 5, 2017

While the Oct. 5 renewal deadline looms over Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals beneficiaries, the Tulane student body came together at the DACAmentary event to raise funds for supporting its community. The Undergraduate Student Government and the Graduate and Professional Student Association joint...