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Got cake?

January 24, 2014 1:00 PM

Photos by Paula Burch-Celentano

Krewe de Newcomb

Sarah Cumming, standing, grabs a slice of king cake and a pamphlet from Hayley Tilton, left, and Kamya Raja, center, about Mortar Board, the national honor society for seniors, at the annual Krewe de Newcomb. The student organization expo and king cake party was held at Josephine Louise House on the Tulane University uptown campus Thursday afternoon (Jan. 23) to promote campus involvement as well as the time-honored Carnival tradition — king cake.

Krewe de Newcomb

Held in the Josephine Louise lobby, 13 Newcomb student organizations were in the house for the event sponsored by the Newcomb College Institute.

Krewe de Newcomb

From left, first-year student Jessica Conrad questions Jordan Shivers, Chinonso Emetuche and Candace Ross about the African American Women’s Society.

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