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OPINION | COVID-19 round two: In-person education on ropes

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3 days ago

The spring 2021 semester has finally arrived. To the dismay of many, this academic term may look disturbingly similar to our last. Unsurprisingly, the advent of the new year did not erase the consequences...

OPINION | Capitol insurrection exposes long-denied realities of Deep South

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3 days ago

In the wake of the recent United States Capitol insurrection, Tulane University students must re-examine the immense political divide in U.S. politics relative to the Deep South. As temporary residents...

OPINION | Hate comments are not constructive criticism

Opinions are just that.
November 11, 2020

When in search of objective truth, Views is almost never the place to start looking. Opinion pieces are neither intended to be impartial accounts of current events, nor are they meant to be Hullabaloo-endorsed...

Letter from the Editor: Closing the door on an unprecedented year

Ashley Chen | Views Layout Editor
April 22, 2020

When I started this job last June, I never imagined the triumphs and challenges I would face. This year has been the most difficult and most rewarding one of my life — and I wouldn’t trade it for anything.  As...

Dehumanizing conditions in Louisiana prisons disregard inmate rights

Dehumanizing conditions in Louisiana prisons disregard inmate rights
August 28, 2019

Emma King is a member of Newcomb Prison Project and recently completed an internship with the Promise of Justice Initiative/Capital Appeals Project. Inhumane prison conditions in Louisiana reflect...

Top tweets of the week

April 25, 2019

From crisis to climate change to the written word, the past week has been filled with important moments immortalized on Twitter. Here are Views’ tweets of the week: https://twitter.com/NewYorker/status/1120530250583236612 https://twitter.com/Rachael_Bale/status/1120493473302499328 https://twitter.com/NewYorker/status/1120123747283947520 https://twitter.com/nytimes/status/1121096484848656385 https://twitter.com/PerryStein/status/1121038140104482817 https://twitter.com/strongblacklead/status/1119254780977778688 https://twitter.com/washingtonpost/status/1120332209867632640 https://twitter.com/nytimes/status/1120031984565223424 https://twitter.com/NewYorker/status/1118887562029015041 https://twitter.com/TimAnderson7/status/1118686673230028802

New Orleans must find new ways to preserve its history

Yacob Arroyo | Staff Artist
April 25, 2019

It is uncanny how visiting the city before and after Hurricane Katrina, the comparatively touristy parts of the city recovered to almost exactly how they were before. With tourism as a central part of...

The Elephant: New Orleans must stand up for Cuban population

Ashley Chen | Views Layout Editor
April 25, 2019

Few can debate the legitimacy of New Orleans’ moniker as the northernmost point of the Caribbean. Between its geographic standing, an unorthodox blend of cultures and history as a major port marketplace,...

Interfaith demonstration represents Tulane community’s strength in wake of Sri Lanka attacks

Hanson Dai | Associate Artist
April 25, 2019

Religious discrimination is a plague, infecting our society with hatred. Its pollutants sow violence and terror. This past year, Tulane students have witnessed this disturbing trend and mourned the...

Changes in New Orleans speed policy upset community

Yacob Arroyo | Staff Artist
April 11, 2019

Earlier this month, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune reported that New Orleans residents were being ticketed for speeding violations over 4 mph in school zones. The new policy change was only discovered after...

Our privilege shapes our perception

Ashley Chen | Views Layout Editor
April 11, 2019

Many millenials find themselves wondering what factors specifically influence their worldview and motivations. Given Tulane’s location in New Orleans, a culturally distinct city, much of the student...

Continued woes of class registration

Czars Trinidad | Senior Staff Artist
April 11, 2019

Many Tulane students have watched anxiously as their desired classes fill up before their registration time slot comes around each semester. When the class in question is meant to fulfill a core requirement,...

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