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Pinch, peel, eat, repeat

April 24, 2017 3:15 PM
Photos by Sally Asher sally@tulane.edu

Students, alums and crawfish fans alike flocked to Crawfest over the weekend. With warm weather, close to 20,000 pounds of mudbugs and nine bands playing on two stages, the annual student-run festival was, once again, a rousing success.

Sophomore Clara Harrington, left, enjoys some crawfish and accouterments with her parents at Crawfest on Saturday afternoon. John Harrington, center, a Tulane alumnus, and Pamela Sherwood, right, were visiting from Palo Alto, California.
Two of the Crawfest co-founders, Daniel Haber, left, and Tim Cullen, both 2009 graduates, came back to make sure the festival was still humming along.
Johnny’s Seafood cooked more than 18,000 pounds of crawfish for this year’s festival.
Taking advantage of a popular photo spot, Ashley St. Martin snaps a pic of friends, from left, Madison Kennedy, Caty Matthews and Olivia Hatton.