The Tulane Hullabaloo

Signs of solidarity: Tulane community participates in Women’s March, advocates for more action

Participants in the 2018 Women's March walk through the streets of Downtown New Orleans holding signs.

Jessica Galloway, Arcade Editor

January 24, 2018

More than 5,000 demonstrators took to the streets of downtown New Orleans on Saturday as a part of the nation-wide, weekend-long anniversary celebration of the 2017 Women's March. The event featured several speakers, including New Orleans mayor-elect, Latoya Cantrell, Helena Moreno, Democratic m...

Staff editorial: The march should not end when we stop walking

January 24, 2018

The Women's March saw its first anniversary in New Orleans this Saturday, with many of the same themes running the show as the prior year – pink pussy hats, cleverly written signs and countless Instagrams and hashtags to document it all. A year after the Women's March launched in cities across the cou...

2018 midterms signal wave of female political representation

2018 midterms signal wave of female political representation

Daniel Horowitz, Views Editor

January 24, 2018

The 2018 midterm elections are what political junkies have been waiting for since the general election in 2016. The main significance that people see in the midterms is that they are going to gauge how voters feel about their government since Donald Trump took office. There is another notable milest...

The Women’s March on Washington: An intersectional perspective

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Lauren Gaines and Ella Helmuth

January 28, 2017

Friday afternoon, 56 Tulane students boarded a bus bound for Washington, DC. They joined a group of three million marchers around the globe in what was coined the Women's March. "We stand together in solidarity with our partners and children for the protection of our rights, our safety, our health,...

Lauren, 18, cisgender woman, black:

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Lauren Gaines, Associate Editor

January 28, 2017

Upon registering for the Women's March on Washington, I joined this movement with numerous reservations. The biggest concern I had was that this march was not going to address the struggles and harsh realities of women of color as the pertinent issues they are. As a black woman, I signed up halfway expect...

Tulane joins women’s march in D.C.

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Allison Buffett, Staff Reporter

January 26, 2017

Nearly half a million people's footsteps echoed across Washington, D.C. during the Women's March on Washington Saturday. Riding 20 hours from New Orleans, 56 Tulane students added their voices to the chants that rang across the capital. "My general reactions were of awe," Nicole Carle, junior and...

Tulane joins march on D.C.

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Allison Buffett, Staff Reporter

January 23, 2017

Chants erupted across Washington, D.C. as an estimated half a million people marched across the National Mall participating in the Women's March on Washington Saturday. 56 Tulane community members joined the march fresh off a 20-hour bus ride. "I couldn't think of a more mature and enthusiastic collec...

Intersectional activism crucial to success of Women’s March

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Daniel Horowitz, Associate Views Editor

January 19, 2017

This is an opinion article and does not necessarily reflect the views of the Tulane Hullabaloo. For years, identity politics has played a major role in the American political system in regard to how issues are presented to lawmakers. Groups of people established around race, ethnicity, gender, sexual o...