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Carnival time

July 18, 2014 1:00 PM

Photos by Paula Burch-Celentano

Networking happens on the Monroe Quad.

Monroe Quad on the Tulane University uptown campus was transformed into a carnival of sorts on Wednesday evening (July 16) for Minor Happening, a networking event sponsored by the A. B. Freeman School of Business Career Management Center. The party featured food trucks, sno-balls and local entrepreneurs showcasing their latest ventures.

Networking happens on Monroe Quad.

Jacques Airhart, 6, creates original artwork on a T-shirt from Designs by Aracely.

Networking happens on Monroe Quad.

Tulane undergraduates Yilei Wang, Kaixiang Yao and Miles Ager, from left, watch with amusement as a Mosquito-Cam, an aerial HD video drone controlled by Ryan Ballard, far left, rises into the air. Ballard is a 2007 Master of Fine Arts graduate and a partner in the company.

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