This week’s front page story: Frat boy takes stand against sexual violence with new laptop sticker • • • Did we fool you? Happy Fullabaloo! Check out this week’s issue for our front page story, Things TU Know: TUPD investigation, and many other Hullabaloo and Fullabaloo articles. #aprilfools #aprilfullabaloo
Hello from The Hullabaloo! Yesterday, Training and Recruitment Coordinator Fiona and Copyeditor Harrison tabled on Mcalister alongside other board members with candy, cookies, and our latest issue. Photo by @jess1man
For the last print edition of February, the Hullabaloo is honoring Black History Month with stories about excellence, resilience and representation in the African-American community in and beyond New Orleans. Swipe through to see our top stories. NEWS: A history of the 30 years of the Office of Multicultural Affairs at Tulane. ARCADE: A look into Studio Be, an art exhibition in the bywater by local artist “BMike.” INTERSECTIONS: Tulane and Loyola collaborated to screen popular new movie, “The Black Panther,” which provides a glimpse into Afrofuturism. VIEWS: How “Black Panther” finally shows the empowering portrayal of blackness in media. SPORTS: See how local teams and the sports community celebrate Black History Month.
“I think it’s amazing and empowering that people can come together in a time of tragedy…It’s time for change and the first step is coming together,” Susannah Theus, one of the organizers of today’s vigil said. Today at 2 p.m. students gathered to remember the lives of the 17 victims of the Parkland shooting.
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New year new Hullabaloo! Check out this week's issue to learn more about why 2018 is going to be the Year of Women!
Swipe for our last top stories of 2017! The Hullabaloo is incredibly grateful for all of the support we have received this year! Happy Holidays! 1. Newcomb adds digital archives to document LGBTQ+ history 2. Our Arcade Team shares winter holiday traditions from around the country 3. Intersectional Confessional: Freshmen review their first semesters at Tulane 4. Students must provide to less fortunate this holiday season 5. Tulane volleyball finishes up-and-down season
Here are this week's top stories: 1. Office of Study Abroad to offer free passports for students 2. New cat cafe brings meow-ificent cuteness to NOLA, keeps attendees feline good 3. Latina Actress, Diane Guerrero, shares perspective on immigration 4. Universities must work toward complete freedom of gender expression to accommodate students 5. Taking the plunge: Tulane women’s swimming and diving places third at 2017 Phill Hansel Invitational
Check out this week's issue of The Hullabaloo! Our front page story covers the underground operation of Tulane's expelled fraternities.