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The time has come to apply for The Hullabaloo's Summer Journalism Experience! First year students arrive on campus early to learn about what it takes to be a college journalist, meet the editorial staff, and help create the first issue of the year! Applications are open until June 25th and can be found on our OrgSync page! The link is in our bio!
“It’s funky, it’s beautiful, it’s raunchy, it’s sophisticated, it’s elegant, it’s raw and imaginative and witty and cultured and violent and sleepy. Believe me, long after you graduate, New Orleans will remain a part of your soul.” Check out The Hullabaloo's coverage of Tulane's 2017 Unified Commencement Ceremony!
Tulane senior Vanessa Richter leads students in a Vixen Workout session. The class involves intense hip-hop dance, call-and-response affirmation and most importantly, fierceness. Read more online and in this weeks print issue of the Hullabaloo. Photo by @joshuarchristian.
For more than 20 years, Todd Graffagnini has been the voice of Green Wave Athletics. From his radio booth in the press box behind home plate, Graffagnini can see every hit, strike and home run, calling each play with experience. Photo by @joshuarchristian. Read more in this week's issue of The Hullabaloo.
Don't miss artist Mickalene Thomas' exhibit, Waiting on a Prime-Time Star, in Newcomb Art Museum. The exhibit, an intersectional exploration of gender, sexuality and race, runs through April 9. Photo by staff photographer Marissa Williams.
This week's #WaveCrushWednesday is Jennifer Heil, a professor in Tulane's English department. She is originally from Metairie and was a grad student at Tulane in 2004. She moved back to New Orleans in 2013, after leaving as a result of Hurricane Katrina. She became an adjunct professor in the spring of 2015 and was hired as a postdoctoral fellow the next year. She teaches English 1010 with the theme Contemplation in a World of Action, a persuasive writing class called Aristotle in New Orleans and the freshman honors colloquium A Quest for Answers: an Introduction to Scholarly Research.
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What better way to kick off spring break than picking up this week's Hullabaloo? Soak up some sun, and this gorgeous layout by @samanthasitt