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The Tulane University of Louisiana

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The Tulane Hullabaloo The Tulane Hullabaloo is the eyes and ears of the Tulane community. It is the primary source of campus information for the students faculty, staff, alumni and friends of Tulane University. Each issue contains the news events, student achievements and general interests issues that affect the reader's daily campus life.


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Student Clubs and Organizations         
Alpha Kappa Alpha - Omicron Psi society  Located in LA  [Edit]
Alpha Phi Alpha - Rho Iota society  Located in New Orleans LA  [Edit]
Chi Omega - Rho society  Founded March 23 1900 Overview local and national history calendar of events and photographs  [Edit]
FIJI - Tau Upsilon society  New Orleans LA  [Edit]
Green Club club  A student run organization of Tulane University catering to student interest and involvement in the environment  [Edit]
Kappa Alpha Theta - Alpha Phi society  In New Orleans LA  [Edit]
Kappa Kappa Gamma - Beta Omicron society  In New Orleans Louisiana  [Edit]
Kappa Sigma - Sigma society  Located in New Orleans LA  [Edit]
obituaries other   [Edit]
Phi Kappa Sigma - Mu fraternity  Established in 1858 at Tulane in New Orleans Louisiana making it the oldest fraternity on campus  [Edit]
Pi Beta Phi! sorority  First sorority on Tulane's campus, as well as the first organized women's society in the nation. Fun girls and a loving environment!  [Edit]
Sigma Chi - Alpha Omicron society  At Tulane University in New Orleans LA  [Edit]
Sigma Phi Epsilon - Louisiana Alpha society  SigEp chapter at Tulane University in New Orleans  [Edit]
WTUL 91.5fm other  The student-run radio station at Tulane. Plays music you can't hear anywhere else on the radio.  [Edit]
Zeta Beta Tau fraternity  One of the largest and most established fraternities at Tulane. We have the largest house, centrally located on the most high trafficked party street for Tulane kids. Our brotherhood is over 40 members, we have the 2nd highest GPA (3.4), and we are devoted to excellence in all our endeavors, academic and social.

And just for the hell of it, we have a hot tub, pool room, and house of over 8,000 square feet. It rooms 12 people, all of which have single rooms with the smallest being 15x15 and the largest being around 20x15. All the rooms are lofted, which fit 2 full beds, which provides you almost double the living area. We have wireless high speed internet throughout the house, full cable package with all movie, sports, and new channels... pretty much, we have unbiasly, without hesitation, the best house and best location. If you are familiar with the Broadaway/Uptown area, we are between the Boot and the Palms (2 local bars) being no more that 100 feet from either of them.  [Edit]
Zeta Psi - Beta Tau society  At Tulane University in New Orleans La  [Edit]
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