“Tulanegate” is the term coined by newspapers in 1993 to describe the outrage over abuses of the Tulane legislative scholarship program. Despite the embarrassment of some legislators and Tulane officials to the publicity and resulting scandal, the program survived and continued to serve involved parties at public expense. Referenced below, and reprinted on Tulanelink, are several articles that appeared in June, 1993.
- Janet McConnaughey, "Tulane scholarships spark a furor in New Orleans," The Argus-Press, Owosso, Michigan, June 9, 1993, p. 20.
- Iris Kelso, "Scandal fuels public cynicism," The Times-Picayune, New Orleans, June 10, 1993, p. B-7.
- Scott Dyer, "Scholarship controversy grows," The Advocate, Baton Rouge, June 17, 1993, p. 1-A.
- Christina Cheakalos, "'Tulanegate'; Politicians' offspring get the scholarships," The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, June 20, 1993, p. A-3.