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Tania Tetlow leaves Tulane to become Loyola’s first female president

Josh Axelrod, News Editor May 19, 2018

Tania Tetlow, senior vice president and chief of staff, will not have to move far for her next job. Loyola announced in an email to students yesterday that Tetlow will be taking over as the school's 17th...

President Mike Fitts makes opening remarks at the town hall last Wednesday night.

Marginalized communities respond to sexual assault climate survey results

Josh Axelrod, Sanjali De Silva, and Sophia Mariani February 8, 2018

After five months of waiting and speculating, students gathered to hear the results of the Sexual Assault Climate Survey. The doors of Kendall Cram Lecture Room opened at 4:30 p.m. By 4:39 p.m. all...

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Letter to the Editor: Students must reflect on intersectional results of climate survey

February 7, 2018

Dear Editor, Tulane University came together literally and figuratively to discuss the climate of sexual violence on our campus on Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2018. Anyone who has not been closely following...

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Students press administration over release of sexual assault town hall results

Josh Axelrod and Sanjali De Silva January 31, 2018

Scroll down to read the comprehensive live updates from the event. Read next week’s issue for insights on student reactions, thoughts from administration and what steps are moving forward. Yesterday...

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.

Students push for representation in sexual assault prevention efforts

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...

Not bulletproof: Tulane plays role in city's rising gun violence

Not bulletproof: Tulane plays role in city’s rising gun violence

Fiona Grathwohl and Lily Milwit March 9, 2017

A resident of New Orleans is three times more likely to be killed than someone living in a similarly sized U.S. city. Gun violence killed 175 people in New Orleans in 2016. In the first 18 days of...

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