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Tulane Sexual Misconduct Climate Survey requires widespread student participation

April 6, 2017

Tulane conducted a Sexual Misconduct Climate Survey this year, garnering a response from 53 percent of undergraduate and 31 percent of graduate students. These numbers reflect varying community involvement, exposing Tulane's failure to reach all students effectively. The Rape, Abuse and Incest National...

Tulane community must show contract workers respect

Opinion of the Hullabaloo Board

February 9, 2017

Bruff Commons is not just a place to grab food for many Tulane students, but a place to decompress from daily stresses, meet with friends and relax and — with the warm welcome from various Sodexo employees — it begins to feel like a home. Many Tulane students, however, fail to treat these important m...

Encouraging bipartisan communication

Opinion of the Hullabaloo Board

February 1, 2017

James Carville, legendary political commentator turned Tulane professor, spoke on a panel with three other notable scholars on Jan. 17. One of the panelists, James Hartman, a well-regarded Republican political consultant and Tulane alum engaged in discussion with Carville. At one point, Hartman made...

Admissions missteps in application reform

Opinion of The Hullabaloo Board

August 31, 2016

Tulane University has implemented a new policy regarding admissions. When a student potentially entering the class of 2021 applies, they may fill out an optional survey that allows them to identify as LBGTQQIA*, which will then point them towards resources the campus offers to support them. If ...

Letter From the Views Editor: Calling for conservative voices

Kathryne LeBell, Views Editor

August 24, 2016

The Views section, as with all other sections of The Tulane Hullabaloo, has a commitment to providing accurate and relevant information to the Tulane community. This year promises to be an eventful one for all members of the Tulane community.Looking ahead, we are about to fully enter one of the most contr...