The Tulane Hullabaloo

Christine Smith, a professor of practice in the accounting department, poses in the Goldring/Woldenberg Business Complex.

Credit where credit is due: Accounting professor Christine Smith provides students with the right assets to succeed

Taylor DeMulling, Senior Staff Reporter September 21, 2018

Sitting in Christine Smith’s class is like watching a movie in 3D — active, engaging and, at times, overwhelming. Where other classrooms may ascribe to — or even rely on — a sense of static in...

Remembering Nwachukwu Frank Ukadike: Author and Tulane professor dies at 68

Remembering Nwachukwu Frank Ukadike: Author and Tulane professor dies at 68

Jonathon Marks, Senior Staff Reporter September 13, 2018

“His life was a huge sort of inspiration to a lot of black students here on campus, particularly African students, Nigerian students, students from different parts of Africa,” Tosin Gbogi, a poet...

Saartj, the pop-up lunch counter, offered visitors the opportunity to address the issue in a provocative way.

Pop-up counter Saartj serves customers taste of wealth disparity through prices

Taylor DeMulling, Arcade Editor April 4, 2018

For lunch-goers looking for a side of social discourse with their sandwiches, a shop opened up at the Roux Carre Market last month prompting discussion about racial wealth disparity in New Orleans. Saartj,...

Eat NOLA Noir, which runs Feb. 12 through Feb. 24, celebrates and supports black-owned restaurants in New Orleans by encouraging patrons to eat at participating businesses.

Eat NOLA Noir promotes patronage of black-owned restaurants

Taylor DeMulling, Arcade Editor February 22, 2018

New Orleans' culinary chops are widely lauded as some of the best in the country – just ask any lifelong resident, Tulane tour guide or student trying to convince their parents to splurge on Shaya during...

Mardi Gras is a marathon, not a sprint – as such, its important to properly prepare. Stocking up on essentials like easy-to-prepare frozen snacks, accessories and ample amounts of glitter is a smart way to prepare for festival season.

What’s in our fanny pack? A guide to Mardi Gras must-haves

Taylor DeMulling, Arcade Editor February 7, 2018

If you're reading this, it's too late. No, seriously. You should've done your Mardi Gras shopping on Sunday like every other (relatively) sane New Orleans resident, aggressively hounding the poor, sweet...

Jack Sussman, Executive Vice President, Specials, Music and Live Events, CBS Entertainment, will serve as Tulanes Executive in Residence for the spring 2018 semester.

Executive in Residence Jack Sussman to offer industry insight, one-on-one mentorship

Taylor DeMulling, Arcade Editor February 1, 2018

There are those of us that watch the Grammys — live tweeting from the comfort of the couch in sweatpants — and those of us that produce them. Jack Sussman, executive vice president, specials, music...

finding intersectionality together

Student Org Spotlight: Rhyme Verses Rhythm expands spoken word community on campus

Taylor DeMulling, Staff Reporter November 30, 2017

Poetry: A platform in which "the personal becomes public and the private becomes public. Everything turns into something that's political," as co-captain of Rhyme Verses Rhythm Kayla Jackson sees it. For...

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