Posts Tagged ‘ energy ’

Obama’s flawed stimulus

All waste and debt, no growth
By Law Loving | Jan 31st, 2009 | Category: January 29th Print Edition, Views

It is over a week into Barack Obama’s presidency, and already the President is making some drastic changes. He has ordered the eventual closing of Gitmo and has resumed federal funding of foreign abortion clinics. But as economic indicators plummet and doomsayers yell louder, Obama is justifiably most focused on the economy.
Unfortunately, the bulk of […]


By Tulane Hullabaloo | Apr 1st, 2005 | Category: Fullabaloo

NOTE: This article was written strictly as satire. The names and proper nouns used in this article do not reflect their true nature in any respect. There is in fact no truth to this article. It was written as a creative endeavor for the purposes of entertainment for the April 1, 2005 Tulane Hullabaloo's annual Fullabaloo.
When […]

Professor featured on Discovery Channel Canada

By Tulane Hullabaloo | Apr 1st, 2005 | Category: News

The Discovery Channel Canada’s “Daily Planet” featured Tulane Professor Raj Pandian and his development of playground equipment that harnesses the energy generated by children and converts it into a useable power source. The program aired March 28.
Pandian, a professor of robotics in the School of Engineering, along with his colleagues, graduate students, and even neighbors, started […]

Know Your Campus: AVP Bailey

By Tulane Hullabaloo | Mar 18th, 2005 | Category: News

Just call him Bailey.
Although the suit and the Ph.D. may convey an all-business attitude, new Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs Dr. Kevin Bailey is concerned about the students and making Tulane a better place.
Before coming to Tulane Feb. 28, Bailey was the assistant vice president, Student Affairs, at Millersville, a well-respected public school of about 8,000 […]

Baseball pounds Marist 43-11 over three-game sweep

By Tulane Hullabaloo | Mar 11th, 2005 | Category: Sports

Green Wave baseball has grown accustomed to winning at home this season. In fact, the question these days is not if the team will win, but how it will get the job done.
No. 1 Tulane used a walk-off grand slam Friday, a hit parade Saturday and a display of power Sunday to sweep the Marist Red […]

Interpol: There’s something missing – Interpol @ TwiRoPa

By Tulane Hullabaloo | Mar 4th, 2005 | Category: Reviews

Feb. 25 2005
What indeed to expect from New York�s gloomily ambient favorite newcomer of 2002? �Turn On the Bright Lights� was a critical hit, but most also felt that Interpol�s live performances were lacking. Their recent release �Antics� brought a little more energy and less desolation, but was it enough to make them a more enthralling […]

Supagroup rules: Rules by Supagroup

By Tulane Hullabaloo | Mar 4th, 2005 | Category: Reviews

Foodchain Records
In a world of dancy-rock-pop and emo guys singing about their feelings, sometimes you just need some good ole rock �n� roll. With their new release, Rules, New Orleans-based Supagroup sets out for a good time, and that�s what the listener definitely gets.
Originally from Anchorage, Alaska, brothers Chris Lee (vocals) and Benji Lee (lead guitar) founded […]

Big booty. big hear

By Tulane Hullabaloo | Feb 25th, 2005 | Category: Views

To observe finely tuned specimens of the female form, one needs venture only as far as the Reily Recreation Center. Lithe girls with toned legs, ruddy faces and Tulane-branded water bottles subtly compete against one another on treadmills. The results are evident throughout campus. Girls sport the rounded biceps of tennis players and tight pants […]

The Arcade Fire Burns Brightly

By Tulane Hullabaloo | Feb 4th, 2005 | Category: Reviews

Monday, Jan. 24, 2005
4 out of 5 stars
The opening act, Final Fantasy, was composed of a single violinist. This novelty indie act was an interesting combination of technology and traditional skill. He sang original scores as he played his violin. By using a pedal to record a set as he played it, Final Fantasy was able to […]

Still Worth Waiting For

By Tulane Hullabaloo | Jan 28th, 2005 | Category: Views

Sex in the 21st century is dismantled, examined, analyzed, mocked, exploited, manipulated and sold. Indeed, we use sex as a topic of conversation, a subject of humor, a way to blow off steam, a means of sating our frustrations. And too little when we read or hear about sex does anyone mention that it is […]

Preservation of pandas poses problem of priority

By Tulane Hullabaloo | Dec 3rd, 2004 | Category: Views

Since its conception, the endangered species list has grown larger and larger. This is a chilling thought in and of itself, but even more so when one considers some studies claim thousands of species go extinct each year, thus disappearing from the list.
With the rate of extinction rising from its pre-industrial rate of one species per […]

Saints fall to Denver at Superdome

By Tulane Hullabaloo | Nov 29th, 2004 | Category: Sports

The Broncos got started early and had little trouble drubbing the Saints, 34-13 Sunday.
On the Broncos very first offensive play of the game, Reuben Droughns took off for a 51-yard touchdown scamper. From there things cascaded for the Saints, with the Broncos again scoring quickly on a three play drive culminating in a 37-yard-touchdown pass from […]

Feminist defends pro-life stance

By Tulane Hullabaloo | Nov 19th, 2004 | Category: News

Traditionally, the heated debate concerning abortion rights has been divided into two polarized camps: pro-choice feminists and pro-life conservatives. Serrin M. Foster, president of Feminists for Life, a national progressive pro-life organization, and internationally recognized public speaker, challenged both extremes at Dixon Annex Monday.
Standing behind a banner that read “Women deserve better than abortion,” […]

The Basement

By Tulane Hullabaloo | Nov 5th, 2004 | Category: Sports

As quickly as it arrived, it was gone.
It, of course, being the excitement surrounding Tulane football. Just seven days after pulling off a stunning 59-55 upset of UAB, the Green Wave looked absolutely horrendous in its 24-3 loss in Houston.
Here’s the thing that needs to be understood about that homecoming game: It was the best […]

Volleyball loses two at home

By Tulane Hullabaloo | Nov 5th, 2004 | Category: Sports

The Green Wave fell to 4-5 in conference play and 13-7 overall with losses to Conference USA leader Louisville and second-ranked Cincinnati.
Despite a stellar performance by senior outside hitter Lindsay Norman against nationally ranked No. 22 Louisville, Tulane dropped three games last Friday night to the Cardinals, 30-23, 30-20, 30-15. Norman turned in 15 kills […]