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TU basketball travels to Hattiesburg, Miss.

Green Wave looks to get back on track against Conference USA rival
By Sam Thomas | Jan 29th, 2010 | Category: Issues, January 29th 2010 Print, Sports

The Tulane men’s basketball team will look to start turning its season around this Saturday when the Green Wave host the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles at Fogelman Arena. Tulane has gone 1-5 in the past six games, dropping the team’s overall record to 6-12 (1-4 in Conference USA).
Some of the […]

No celebrating yet

Wave will need to do more to fulfill preseason promise
By John Murphy | Oct 9th, 2009 | Category: Issues, October 9th Print Edition, Sports

“We got in the locker room, and it was wild. It was wild. That’s all I can tell you. It was uncontrollable, which was great.”
If I told you that quotation was from Washington Head Coach Steve Sarkisian’s comment after beating No. 3-ranked USC, it would make sense. How about South Carolina’s Steve Spurrier after upsetting No. […]

Dr. H Allen Orr

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

Dr. H. Allen Orr of the University of Rochester held a discussion on the origin of species yesterday. Orr was invited to Tulane as the 17th annual Edward Sturtevant Hathaway lecture series.Hathaway, a former professor of zoology at Tulane, took initiatives in mosquito control, worked with William Penfound and published papers on the ecology of […]

Fortier fencers are ‘en garde’

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

Each week this semester, the Tulane University Fencing Club has taught high school students how to fence as part of “Fortierworks,” a program at Alcée Fortier High School aimed at improving the life choices of students.
Fortierworks was an existing program at Alcée Fortier when the TUFC was asked by program director John Wyseman to complete the […]

Professors run marathon for Bucket Brigade awareness

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

Three professors of the sociology department participated in the annual Mardi Gras Marathon as a way to raise funds and awareness among Tulane students for Louisiana Bucket Brigade, a nonprofit grassroots environmental health and justice organization.
Scott Frickel, professor in sociology Jocelyn Viterna, professor in the Latin American studies and sociology department and Mimi Schippers, professor in […]

Tennis College National Rankings

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

1. Stanford
2. Florida
3. Clemson
5. Northwestern
6. Vanderbilt
7. Southern California
8. Duke
9. Tulane
10. Washington
11. Texas
12. Miami
13. Georgia
14. Kentucky
15. North Carolina
16. Texas A&M
17. California
18. Tennessee
19. TCU
20. Michigan
Men’s Tennis National Rankings
1. Baylor
3. Florida
4. Georgia
5. Illinois
6. Mississippi
7. Stanford
8. Southern California
9. Duke
10. Virginia
11. Ohio State
12. LSU
13. Kentucky
14. Virginia Commonwealth
15. Texas A&M
16. Rice
17. TCU
18. North Carolina
19. Tulane
20. Vanderbilt
Rankings from

Crime Watch

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

Suspicious Person
A Tulane student reported a suspicious person on Freret Street Nov. 8 at 11:10 p.m. The student said that he had been walking down Freret Street to his car when someone called out to him to stop. Upon turning around, the student saw a man approach him holding a semi-automatic gun. The man demanded […]

As it is

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

As It Is
Twentieth anniversary of Zale Writer-in-Residence Program
Pulitzer Prize nominee Linda Hogan, acclaimed poet Sonia Sanchez, award-winning novelist Joanna Scott and groundbreaking literary critic Mab Segrest will take part in "Shake Loose Our Skin," a conference celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Zale Writer-in-Residence Program at Tulane University today and tomorrow. Events range from book […]

Bunny Says Bye Bye:

By Tulane Hullabaloo | Nov 12th, 2004 | Category: Features

Can you honestly say you?ve ever felt the succulent, tender warmth of stewed rabbit sliding down your esophagus? Has bread pudding ever been served to you so heated to perfection and with such a perfectly crisp top layer that you seriously considered acting out a Jason Biggs meets apple pie scene with it? In contrast, […]

Reality check for Johnson

By Tulane Hullabaloo | Nov 12th, 2004 | Category: Views

Dear Editor,
I consider myself
pretty liberal – definitely a member of the Left — and,
according to Chris Johnson in “Reality check for the
Left” in the Nov. 5 issue of the “Hullabaloo,” in
need of a “reality check.”  I’m happy to say
that I’ve had one. After some soul-searching, I’ve
decided that I agree with Republican ideology. Their support of
less taxes, states’ rights and smaller […]

Tulane students make trek to “Cancer Alley”

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

A group of 40 Tulane medical and public health students climbed
onto a bus Oct. 23 in gray and rainy weather to take a toxic tour
through “Cancer Alley.” 
“Cancer Alley,” also called the “Mississippi
River Chemical Corridor” by environmentalists, is a stretch
along Airline Highway between New Orleans and Baton Rouge that is
populated by various chemical plants and oil refineries […]

Women’s C-USA basketball preview

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

After four teams from the women’s side made the NCAA
tournament and all advanced to the second round before three fell
to stronger foes, the league looks to get stronger this year. Five
teams also made the WNIT, which means that nine of the
league’s 14 teams made the postseason. Nevertheless, there is
still a lot of room for improvement.
(28-4 overall, […]

A Matter of the Heart: John F. Kerry for President

By Tulane Hullabaloo | Oct 29th, 2004 | Category: Features

It has been difficult to avoid taking a public stance on the
upcoming election, but lately it seems impossible as our campus and
the outside world has been flooded over in a sea of buttons, bumper
stickers, T-shirts and lawn advertisements. Heading into the final
turn of what has been quite an ugly election race, it’s
essential that Tulane students […]

Distinguished poets visit Tulane

By Tulane Hullabaloo | Oct 29th, 2004 | Category: News

The Tulane campus has been host to two widely renowned poets in
the past two weeks.  Tulane College hosted poet Richard
Katrovas Oct. 19 as part of the Duren Readings Series, while
Newcomb College hosted its own Florie Gale Arons Poet, Natasha
Trethewey, Monday.
Katrovas presented several of his poems to an intimate audience
of students in Robert C. Cudd Hall.  He […]

Tulane receives grant for cancer research

By Tulane Hullabaloo | Oct 29th, 2004 | Category: News

The Tulane University Health Sciences Center has recently been
endowed with a $10.7 million grant to further advance their
research in cancer genetics over the next five years.
The grant, from the National Institutes of Health, will finance
the development of the Cancer Genetics Program as part of the
Louisiana Cancer Research Consortium.
The Consortium is a joint effort between the Tulane Cancer
Center […]