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Snow business

December 10, 2012 1:00 PM

Photos by Paula Burch-Celentano
pburch@tulane.edu

Snow day

Dominic Toten, 4, prepares to make a snowball, scooping it out of some 20 tons of ice that were distributed onto the Lavin-Bernick Center quad last Friday (Dec. 7). In its seventh year, "Snow Day" remains popular with kids of all ages.

Snow day

The guys from Pelican Ice arrive on campus to blow "snow" onto the Lavin-Bernick Center quad. The event is sponsored by the Science and Engineering Council of Students (the undergraduate student government of the School of Science and Engineering) in conjunction with Fridays at the Quad.

Snow day

A first-year student braces for a barrage of ice coming at her.

Snow day

Kristin Wiley, 6, begins the task of making a snow angel.

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