New Orleans’ Education Challenges Reflective of Socio-Economic Weakness

By Edwin Wang In conjunction with social restrictions, Covid-19 has underscored existing disparities and extended outcome gaps, particularly in New Orleans’ education community. Previous funding gaps in public schools coupled with new mandates for personal protection equipment, virus testing, and technological aids has hastened urgency for eliminating the inequality that plagues New Orleans.  Educators’ struggle… Read More New Orleans’ Education Challenges Reflective of Socio-Economic Weakness

Pandemic Radio

By Aaron Avidon In the year 2020, with people being locked down in their homes with nowhere to go and nothing to do, music is an undeniable resource for maintaining sanity. With technology being the way it is, there’s endless avenues we can take to get our fix. However, this rapid desire for instant gratification… Read More Pandemic Radio

The Hyatt Regency, the Jung Hotel, and Paterson House: A Glimpse into the Life of Tulane Students in Quarantine

By Hannah Ostrov The Hyatt Regency— a gleaming high-rise hotel that sits adjacent to the Superdome in the heart of New Orleans business district and what used to function as a hurricane refuge center after one of the worst storms in New Orleans History has some new residents in the time of COVID-19: Tulane University… Read More The Hyatt Regency, the Jung Hotel, and Paterson House: A Glimpse into the Life of Tulane Students in Quarantine

As Lusher Name Change is Considered, Students Speak Out

By Zoe Moseley Daniel Porea, a Lusher Charter School student, said regarding the subject of Lusher’s name: “This fight goes deeper than a name change. It is about the vilification, discrimination, and disproportionate treatment of black students and students of color in Lusher.” Rated one of the top public schools in the state, Lusher Charter… Read More As Lusher Name Change is Considered, Students Speak Out