The Tulane Hullabaloo

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OPINION | Freshmen remain particularly susceptible to Tulane’s campus bubble

Setah Alavi, Contributing Columnist November 3, 2021

On its most surface level, New Orleans is a city known for street cars, live music and great food on every corner. However, none of the rich and extravagant culture of New Orleans would be possible...

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What to do this Halloweekend in New Orleans

Holly Haney, Associate Arcade Editor October 27, 2021

Spooky Season is upon us. With midterms winding down and the temperature finally starting to drop, fall and Halloween are in the air. This is easily my favorite time of year in the city; the decorations,...

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City Council combats congestion, development Uptown

Martha Sanchez, Staff Reporter October 20, 2021

After years of contentious debate between Uptown residents and property developers, the New Orleans City Council instituted new barriers against “doubles to dorms” developments.  The new rule,...

A self-erecting crane sits above McAlister Place at Tulane University.

Crane looms large as construction continues

Hannah Mayer, Staff Reporter October 6, 2021

The bulldozers and debris sites on campus are part of two major construction projects currently happening at Tulane University.  The first project — called Housing Development Phase I — is...

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Tulane community gathers in support of Uptown for Black Liberation

Clara Lacey, Senior Staff Reporter June 6, 2020

Tulane students, faculty, staff and Uptown community members gathered Friday afternoon in front of McAlister Auditorium for the Uptown for Black Liberation demonstration in solidarity with New Orleans...

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Freret Street Festival kicks off New Orleans’ festival season

Hannah Eichelbaum, Staff Reporter April 3, 2019

After jaywalking across Freret Street every day – late to classes – Tulane students have developed a true appreciation for the famous New Orleans street that passes through the center of Tulane...

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Restaurant Reviews: Warbucks’ new American cuisine

Matt Federman, Contributing Writer February 20, 2019

Warbucks, found in the Irish Channel along Magazine street, is brought to life by Executive Chef Todd Pulsinelli. The newly opened restaurant blends modern American cuisine with distinct international...

The Glorious Sons to bring folk-rock rhythm to Gasa Gasa

Burke Joslin, Associate Arcade Editor March 17, 2018

This Sunday, Canadian rock band The Glorious Sons is bringing its unique brand of gritty alternative rock & roll to Gasa Gasa. The band is currently touring following the release of its second studio...

The Richardson Building was established in 1894. Richardson Memorial is a five story brick and limestone building. It is a  example of the Richardsonian Romanesque style building. It was one of the first buildings to be constructed on the new campus.

Tulane’s Uptown buildings shed light on university’s founding members

Jonathon Marks, Associate News Editor December 6, 2017

Though Tulane University was first established in 1834, it was not until 1894 that the Uptown campus underwent construction. The institution was not officially called Tulane University until 10 years...

TUPD reports off-campus uptown armed robbery

Fiona Grathwohl, News Editor October 19, 2017

Tulane University Police Department Officers responded to a report of an armed robbery at 11:10 p.m. October 19 in the 7900 block of Birch Street. Two victims were approached by two subjects who robbed...

Uptown restaurant set on fire

Uptown restaurant set on fire

Lily Milwit, News Editor February 3, 2017

The Flaming Torch, an uptown restaurant owned by an Iranian family, was set on fire Sunday night. NOPD is currently investigating the fire as possible arson but said in a statement that there is not...

Tulane to close Mississippi campus after spring 2017 semester

Robin Boch, Staff Reporter January 17, 2017

Tulane University announced on Jan. 5 that the university will be closing its School of Continuing Studies campus in Madison, Mississippi, pending approval by the Southern Association of Colleges and...

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