The Tulane Hullabaloo

FULLABALOO | Tulane administration to reopen City Diner

FULLABALOO | Tulane administration to reopen City Diner

Domenic Strecker, No Relation to Mike Strecker March 25, 2021

After much deliberation among the Tulane administration, President Mike Fitts unilaterally decided to move ahead with plans to reopen the student hearth of Tulane, City Diner.  Students were met with...

Tulane students look for love through Marriage Pact

Tulane students look for love through Marriage Pact

Caroline Latta, Staff Reporter March 25, 2021

The Marriage Pact, a student-run organization at colleges across the U.S, launched this week at Tulane. The Marriage Pact was started by two undergraduates in 2017 at Stanford University, where they designed...

Students reflect after one year of COVID-19

Students reflect after one year of COVID-19

Jessie Lehman, Staff Reporter March 24, 2021

On March 11, 2020, Tulane University announced the start of online learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic. A year later, Tulane has moved into a green action-alert level with almost no active cases and...

Crane on Bruff construction site

Crane on Bruff construction site sparks meme account

Mercedes Ohlen, Staff Reporter March 17, 2021

Following the ongoing construction project for two new student dormitories on the former site of the Bruff Commons, Tulane students have taken a liking to the large red crane on the site.  An Instagram...

Tulane faces off against Tulsa in the first round of the AAC tournament.

Men’s basketball clings to AAC tournament spot

Harrison Simon, Sports Editor March 11, 2021

After a season unlike any other, the Green Wave men’s basketball team is preparing for the American Athletic Conference (AAC) tournament in Fort Worth, Texas. The team finished the regular season at...

Ineligible students received vaccine as registration link circulated

Ineligible students received vaccine as registration link circulated

Mike Weilandt, Staff Reporter March 10, 2021

The COVID-19 vaccine sign up link leaked Feb. 9 and was still in circulation at least a month later, and a number of non-eligible undergraduate students have successfully received the vaccine by using...

Black Tulanians continue to fight for recognition, anti-racism on campus

Black Tulanians continue to fight for recognition, anti-racism on campus

Emily Rubino, Staff Reporter February 27, 2021

Tulane University was founded in 1834 and the first Black students to graduate were Deidre Dumas Labat and Reynold T. Décou in 1966 and 1967, respectively. Tulane did not admit their first Black students...

Men’s basketball looks forward to AAC tournament

Jake Blancher, Contributor February 25, 2021

The Tulane men’s basketball team is currently 9-9, coming off of a heartbreaking 84-81 loss to the University of Central Florida, continuing their struggle in conference games.   Despite...

Tulane announces it will remain test-optional for 2021-22 applicants

Tulane announces it will remain test-optional for 2021-22 applicants

Sophie Brams, Staff Reporter February 17, 2021

Tulane’s Office of Admissions announced that the school would remain test optional for 2021-22 applicants. This means, for the second consecutive year, applicants will not be required to submit standardized...

Campus Question: What are students doing for Mardi Gras?

Campus Question: What are students doing for Mardi Gras?

Hannah Mayer and Domenic Mesa, News Editors February 11, 2021

Name: Astrid Culp (she/her/hers) Year: Sophomore Mardi Gras Plans: No parties; maybe Yardi Gras if crowds aren't bad, and I will definitely take photos of myself in the outfits I would've worn....

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Tulane Professor holds virtual discussion on racial inequity in Economics

Emily Rubino, Staff Reporter February 1, 2021

On Thursday, Jan. 28, 2021, Professor Gary Hoover hosted a virtual discussion on anti-racism and economics. This virtual discussion was the first of a yearlong series on anti-racism and all of the disciplines...

Four Tulane alumni join Biden administration

Four Tulane alumni join Biden administration

Sophie Brams, Staff Reporter January 28, 2021

Joe Biden took office just over a week ago, and four Tulane alumni have been tapped to serve in the new President’s administration.  Danielle Conley, who graduated from Tulane in 2000 with a B.A....

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