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Friends of the Library to host massive book sale April 4 and 5

The University of New Orleans’ Friends of the Library will conduct its semesterly Books and Brownies sale on Tuesday, April 4 and Wednesday, April 5 on the fourth floor of the Earl K. Long Library. The sale will feature several hundred CDs, vinyl records, and used books of various genres. Past sales have also traditionally sold brownies outsi...

  • New Orleans baseball defeats Central Arkansas 11-4 for first-ever victory at Bears Stadium
  • New Diversity Center on campus a safe haven for students from all walks of life
  • International Night
  • Men’s Basketball Drops 67-66 Decision In 2017 NCAA First Four
  • UNO goes 2-0 against No.7 LSU

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Campus Health Fair 2017

Jamie Lloyd

The University of New Orleans chapter for the national pre-medical and pre-dental honor society Alpha Epsilon Delta (AED) is hosting the Alpha Epsilon Delta Health Fair on Wednesday, April 19 from 11am to 3pm in the Univ...

March 29, 2017No Comments

UNO-developed AI ready for testing

Brandon Melerine, Contributor

Artificial intelligence, or AI, is a branch of computer science that is growing rapidly in our technologically driven world. The University of New Orleans offers an introductory course to AI, taught by assistant professor S...

March 29, 2017No Comments

UNO Greek system celebrates unity with Greek week

Christopher Walker, Editor - in - Chief

From March 20-24, the University of New Orleans’ Greek system participated in its annual Greek Week, a five-day-long event that teamed up different chapters on campus.   The goal of Greek Week is to encourage mingl...

March 29, 2017No Comments

New Orleans hosts Junior Achievement entrepreneurial finalists

March 22, 2017

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International Tennis Player Asset to UNO

International Tennis Player Asset to UNO

Angelle Cleneay, Social Media Manger

Nicolas Kramer, an international student at the University of New Orleans, has played tennis since he was seven years old after his father introduced him to the sport. Kramer fell in love with the game afte...

March 29, 2017No Comments

Men’s Tennis heads to the Lone Star State for three matches

March 15, 2017

Beach Volleyball goes 2-2 at Badger Beach Bash

March 8, 2017

UNO men’s basketball wins SLC Championship

March 8, 2017

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One of 2016’s most-recommended books lives up to the hype

Christopher Walker, Editor - in - Chief

Noah Hawley’s mystery book, “Before the Fall,” is a rare example of a new and exciting take on the typically predictable, paint-by-number, John-Grisham-copycat snooze of a mystery/whodunit novel.   “Before the Fall...

March 29, 2017No Comments

Beauty and the Beast

Anna Gowin, Features and Entertainment Editor

From square one, Disney’s live-action “Beauty and the Beast” seemed primed to be an enormous success. With huge, recognizable names and the latest effects, the remake promised to be a smash hit even before it hit th...

March 29, 2017No Comments

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Safe spaces protect, not stifle, diversity in opinions

Anna Gowin, Features and Entertainment Editor

It is easy to say that the idea of a “safe space” violates principles of free speech, or that they shelter people from opposing opinions. But, often, the people who feel...

March 22, 2017

To fight speech you don’t agree with, use more speech, not less

Brandon Melerine, Contributor

  Freedom of speech is enshrined in our Constitution under the First Amendment. It’s a fundamental right, inherent in our republic, and it’s needed to function a...

March 15, 2017

Technology: Friend or Foe

March 8, 2017

Which film is better: “Moonlight” or “La La Land?”

February 21, 2017

This Valentine’s day, make the choice to love someone

February 12, 2017

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Trump’s budget proposal kills off Elmo, and it’s unacceptable

Driftwood Editorial Staff

There’s a video going around on Facebook and other social media platforms of a curious parody featuring Elmo. In the video, Elmo is called into a meeting and is laid off ...

March 29, 2017

Feminists must unite and conquer, not divide and be defeated

Driftwood Editorial Staff

One of the great divides between feminists is whether or not they are for abortion or anti-abortion. The solution shouldn’t be to say which decision is right or which is w...

March 22, 2017

Safe Spaces

March 15, 2017

Black History Month

March 8, 2017

Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free

March 8, 2017

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