Orientation activities acquaint first-year students to life at Tulane. View the photos.
The Tulane Marching Band drum line warms up outside McAlister Auditorium before playing for One College, One Tulane — an event that introduces first-year students to resources available on campus to help them thrive intellectually, socially and professionally.
TIDES Peer Mentors wait to distribute Mardi Gras beads to the Class of 2022 as they exit McAlister Auditorium.
This year’s traditional Newcomb-Tulane College Mardi Gras bead features a likeness of Newcomb Hall.
Chloe Fontaine from New Jersey, left, and Lucy Sartor from Monroe take a selfie with their latest Tulane bling.
Isabel Verbena, third from left, and Clarice Castillo, third from right, pose with their parents at the Victory Bell. Verbena and Castillo, both first-year students, are from Guatemala.
First-year student Myles Ortiz-Green, right, shows his father Sovonto Green photos from the previous night’s Welcome to the Wave event.
Members of the Hullabaloo staff hand out the latest edition to passersby on McAlister Place.
Matthew Gernon from Kansas City eats his first ever snowball (strawberry!) as he and his parents, Jill and Cosby, walk towards the Lavin-Bernick Center for Community Life.