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Krewe de Newcomb

January 25, 2013 1:00 PM

Photos by Paula Burch-Celentano
pburch@tulane.edu

Mortar Board

Seniors Nina Coyle, left, and Briah Fischer serve up king cake along with information about the Mortar Board honor society at an event on Thursday (Jan. 24) afternoon. Sponsored by the Newcomb College Institute, the Krewe de Newcomb Expo and King Cake Tasting featured information booths by 11 student organizations.

King cake

Eva Pokorny deliberates over a selection of king cake available at the table of SWEET (Student Women Embracing Equality at Tulane). Watching as she makes her decision are Julie Fink, left, and Nicole Moody. "I'm here to see what Newcomb has to offer—and to get some king cake," said Pokorny.

Josephine Louise House

The ballroom of Josephine Louise House was the venue for the Krewe De Newcomb event. In the left foreground, Angela Czesak, left, and Aubrey Kraft check out information offered by GLAM (Global Health Leaders Across Multicultural Women).

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