One of the most famous events to be held inside the building was a non-sporting event; when President Gerald Ford announced the end of U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War. 13. The Wave moved all of its home games back on campus again after another remodeling was completed in 1981-82. Another unique transportation for fans is the St Charles Streetcar. The American Athletic Conference schools are in many of the nation’s great tourists cities, such as Memphis, Orlando, Philadelphia and Dallas. The Loyola RecPlex Garage is located on Freret Street adjacent to the arena; across from the Tulane University School of Law. In fact, the facility was unofficially referred to as "Rose Bowl Gym" back in its early days. The Le Pavillon is in the Central Business District on Poydras Street. For fans using Lyft, the pickup and drop off location is in front of Avron B. Fogelman Arena in Devlin Fieldhouse on Freret Street.

The food menu prices are $4 hot dog to the highest price at $8 for the nachos and hamburgers. Devlin Fieldhouse is known for its halftime shootarounds with former greats Jack Pontin, Christian Marks, Karl Hoefer, Will Hillery, Chris Chimento, …

The Coach's Corner was remodeled to include an additional Club Lounge for Tulane Athletics Fund members. Although, while  game day he fans are under-half of the seating capacity, the fans in attendance are actively involved in the game. The program moved all its home games back on campus in 1981-82, after a slight renovation. The entry lobby features a new ticket booth, terrazzo flooring and a graphic wall displaying historic basketball moments and court flooring. 11.

[6] Fogelman Arena played host to the Conference USA Women's Basketball Tournament in 1999 and 2009. Haas Pavilion - California - 1933

The Green Wave volleyball team also got an upgraded locker room. 3. Jambalaya is a cost of $7 a bowl. The arena’s signage is easy to navigate although, the small arena is simple without signage. If you do, there is the National WW II Museum that gets lost in New Orleans attractions. Matthews Arena - Northeastern - April 16, 1910

Since its opening, it has been home to the Tulane Green Wave men's and women's basketball teams and the women's volleyballteam.

Payne Whitney Gym - Yale - Dec. 10, 1932 Camellia Grill just west of the campus is an American restaurant serving great breakfast and burgers. Avron B. Fogelman Arena in Devlin Fieldhouse is a 4,100-seat,[1] multi-purpose arena built in 1933 on Tulane University's Uptown campus in New Orleans, Louisiana. The seating aisles go up to the upper concourse level where fans can walk around to a team store and concession stand. Lavietes Pavilion - Harvard - 1926 Architects from Gould Evans, a Kansas City firm that designed the Hertz Center and Yulman Stadium, and local firm Lachin-Oubre worked with Tulane University to complete enhancements and upgrades to rediscover and highlight the building's unique historic characteristics while creating a distinguished gameday atmosphere for the entire Green Wave community.

[5] In 1989, the remodeled building was renamed "Avron B. Fogelman Arena" in honor of Memphis businessman and Tulane alumnus Avron Fogelman, whose donations funded the project.