(Decriminalizing) Sex in The City

By Taeghan M. Duncan Debauchery is to New Orleans, as God is to the church.  “…there’s just some type of liberation that people get when they’re here and you know, they feel that they can express themselves ,” to quote Rebecca Poole, a Historical Research Specialist at the National World War II Museum. Since the… Read More (Decriminalizing) Sex in The City

Women on the Rise in a Man’s Man’s Man’s World

By: Rachel Dan rdan@tulane.edu “Framing Britney Spears” and “Miss Americana,” the documentaries following the lives of Britney Spears and Taylor Swift, respectively, explore the journey of young girls paving their way in the music industry. But at what cost? Their every move being watched and followed, their bodies being sexualized, and their image being controlled.… Read More Women on the Rise in a Man’s Man’s Man’s World

The Center for Resilience is a Sign of Hope for the City of New Orleans

By: Ana Paula Gonzalez agonzalez7@tulane.edu A trauma-struck city, New Orleans is no stranger to violence, natural disasters, poverty, and housing security. The effects of these factors would be detrimental to anybody’s mental health – but in a city where the Health Department is not even in the top 10 departments receiving the most funding in… Read More The Center for Resilience is a Sign of Hope for the City of New Orleans

Students? No, Entrepreneurs, Challenge the Delivery Titans’ Grasp On College Kids

By Ryan Harrison As so much of the food industry has been forever changed because of food delivery services available everywhere, it’s hard to imagine anyone, much fewer students, attempting to challenge their foothold in our lives, but Tulane students Alex Leiman and Jonah Bornstein have done just that with their food and delivery company… Read More Students? No, Entrepreneurs, Challenge the Delivery Titans’ Grasp On College Kids