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Tulane University Guide to Mardi Gras 2006

February 8, 2006

Kathryn Hobgood
Phone: 504-865-5210

khobgood@tulane.edu

Carnival season is upon us. Here's a list of all you need to know for Mardi Gras 2006, including parade schedules, safety tips, rules for guests of Tulane students, and hours of operation for campus facilities during Mardi Gras break. Laissez les bon temps rouler!   

Hours of Operation
  Parade Schedule
  Mardi Gras Guest Registration  Info by Housing and Residence Life
  Mardi Gras  Safety Tips by Housing and Residence Life
  Campus Police - Uptown (504)  865-5200
Campus Police - Downtown  (504) 988-5555   

Letter from Student Affairs - Mardi Gras Safety (pdf)   

Tulane Events   

  TUCP Mardi Gras Party with Bonerama Brass Band, Newcomb Quad,  Feb. 24, 4 p.m.   

Be part of Mardi Gras Service Corps, which is  working to change the face of Mardi Gras by adding a service component to the tradition of good times.   

Catch the Tulane Marching Band in four Carnival parades!    Marching to the Mardi  Gras   

The Mardi Gras  Collection is an online exhibition of classic carnival float designs, ball invitations, photographs and more dating from the 1800s to modern times.

Brian Kern (TU '88), president of Mardi Gras World, predicts  A Leaner, But Stronger, Mardi Gras   

  Mardi Gras National Sports Law Competition   

The Mystick Krewe of Newcombus and king cake tasting  will be held on Feb. 21 at 6:30 p.m.   

  Mardi Gras party for Tulane alumni in Washington, D.C. (Feb. 25)   

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