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Panhellenic Diversity and Inclusion Committee faces obstacles towards inclusive Greek System

Ashley Chen | Views Layout Editor

Julianna Pasquarello, Contributing Reporter

February 7, 2019

Editor’s Note: This article refers to Tulane sororities which fall under the umbrella of the National Panhellenic Conference. It does not cover the National Pan-Hellenic Council, a historically black Greek organization, nor does it refer to professional fraternities, LGBTQ+ Greek life or honor socie...

Federal Courts and Louisiana Legislature Attack Women’s Rights

Ashley Chen | Views Layout Editor

Michael Chen, General Associate

January 31, 2019

As of this Monday, abortion physicians throughout the state of Louisiana are required to obtain “admitting privileges” from nearby hospitals thanks to Louisiana House Bill 388: Unsafe Abortion Protection Act, otherwise known as Act 620. Authored by Katrina Jackson, a democratic member of the L...

One country’s crisis is another’s sparring session

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Justin Marcano, Views Editor

January 31, 2019

Last week in Venezuela, following a highly disputed election, Juan Guaido, a lawmaker from the National Assembly, swore himself in as interim president. Rallies to depose President Nicolás Maduro soon followed. For many in the U.S., this was a first introduction to the affairs of the Latin American ...

New Business School downtown building highlights inequality of funds on campus

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Shea Dobson, Views Editor

January 31, 2019

Last year, Tulane’s Uptown campus saw the completion of a $35 million new building, the Goldring/Woldenberg Business Complex, for the university’s A.B. Freeman School of Business. The new state-of-the-art building gave the business school new facilities far more advanced than those of the rest o...

New Louisiana Amendment should change past, future

Ashley Chen | Views Layout Editor

Shea Dobson, Views Editor

January 16, 2019

  Ashley Chen | Views Layout Editor This past November, the state of Louisiana passed the Unanimous Jury Verdict for Felony Trials Amendment, or Louisiana Amendment 2. Prior to the passing of Amendment 2, state trials in Louisiana only required 10 of the 12 jurors on a trial to vote guilty in order to convict the accu...

Green Wave Grille deepens divide between students, student-athletes

Green Wave Grille deepens divide between students, student-athletes

Justin Walton, Contributing Writer

September 27, 2018

If you have never heard of the Green Wave Grille, you are not alone.  Only student-athletes seem to know about it. The Grille is a new dining hall, introduced this year, that was designed specifically for student-athletes. It offers more nutritious options than Bruff Commons to boost athletic performance.  ...

Letter from the Editor: Reporting to you from the basement of the LBC, for the 114th year

Letter from the Editor: Reporting to you from the basement of the LBC, for the 114th year

Canela Lopez, Editor in Chief

August 30, 2018

As the fall semester commences, classes kick off and campus comes alive, The Tulane Hullabaloo has already been diligently at work down in the basement of the Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life. In the weeks leading up to the beginning of classes, our board of 31 members has gone through ext...

Intellectual diversity is vital to the future of the Views Section

Intellectual diversity is vital to the future of the Views Section

Jordan Hall & Matt Saletta, Editors of the Views Section

August 29, 2018

Few spaces still exist where readers can find well-reasoned but conflicting voices featured side by side. This absence of discourse, often called an echo chamber, deprives us of the chance to challenge our opinions. When we are only met with confirmation, it is almost impossible to step beyond our o...

Prioritizing Intellectual Diversity Distracts the Views Section from What Matters Most

Prioritizing Intellectual Diversity Distracts the Views Section from What Matters Most

Sophia Mariani, Staff Writer

August 29, 2018

When I pick up a copy of The Hullabaloo, I’m curious. I’m looking for answers and insights about the Tulane community. I trust that the writers have done their due diligence and are presenting me, as the reader, with all the facts. Reading an issue cover to cover, I expect to leave informed and ...

Letter to the Editor: Tulane Israeli partnership is a hypocrisy of university values

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Students for Justice in Palestine

July 3, 2018

On June 25 Tulane News announced President Mike Fitts would be visiting the state of Israel this week with the intention of exchanging opportunities with four Israeli universities: Bar Ilan University, Ben Gurion University, Tel Aviv University and the Technion. Fitts’ visit to Israel, coupled with t...

Views: Letter from the Views Editor: Always been here to piss you off

Daniel Horowitz, Views Editor

April 4, 2018

Dear Tulane Community, Throughout my four years at Tulane, I have found great pleasure in writing for the Views section. As I honed my writing skills, I worked my way up the ladder to Associate Views Editor and now, Views Editor. My learning and my experience have hopefully helped me accomplish my...

Ask Views: Confederate monuments and what to do with them

Ask Views: Confederate monuments and what to do with them

March 21, 2018

The following columns are opinions and do not represent the views of The Tulane Hullabaloo. Taking down the Confederate monuments is a good first step in acknowledging the discriminatory history they represent, but we cannot forget this history. Placing these monuments on display in a museum is a way...