Mardi Gras

Softball sophomore Tami Wong on her pandemic hobbies and what might come of the spring season

Wong, who was all-UAA in her freshman year, is no stranger to the spotlight.

| Senior Sports Editor

Mardi Gras Bingo

Washington University may not have the social culture clout to attract out-of-state partying visitors, but we do have Mardi Gras. Fill out this Bingo for a good time.

| Senior Scene Editor

Phi Delta Theta violates suspension

Washington University has launched an investigation against Phi Delta Theta for violating the terms of its deferred suspension by hosting unsanctioned social events.

| News Editor

Frozen wieners kick off Mardi Gras festivities with invigorating race

The Wiener Dog Derby is an annual Mardi Gras event of racing dachshunds, produced alongside a pet parade in Soulard Sunday.

and | Senior Scene Editors

Feeling the Top 40 blues: The sounds and songs of Mardi Gras

Our Cadenza staff compiled their favorite sounds of the day for your post-Mardi blues.

Mardi nah: Alternatives to going to Soulard for Mardi Gras

Mardi Gras in St. Louis is definitely something you should experience at least once. That said, it’s not for everyone.

| Senior Scene Editor

‘Too krewel for school’: Wash. U. students march in Mardi Gras parade

The things they carried ranged from two $40 cases of beads to a 30-pack of Budweiser. And for around a dozen Washington University students, the burden came with the added benefit of marching in the 2014 Soulard Mardi Gras parade Saturday morning.

| Editor-in-Chief

Beads, booze and boobs for noobs: The comprehensive guide to navigating Mardi Gras

With revised weather forecasts calling for temperatures in the mid-40s and almost zero chance of rain, you have no reason to miss this year’s Mardi Gras festivities. Sure, you may have midterms, but finals count for more of your grade anyway. And when you’re 30, do you really want your only memories of Wash. U. […]

and | Student Life editors

Your guide to Mardi Gras

While the term “Mardi Gras” conjures more images of drunken revelry than it does of history, the celebration in fact has an interesting story behind it. The quirky day, which includes outlandish activities and crazy costumes, is the perfect escape for those of you that haven’t escaped the confines of Olin Library in more than a week.

Scene Staff

St. Louis Mardi Gras celebration continues Saturday

Saturday might be the least popular day to get up early, but this week’s Mardi Gras festivities will be well worth the sacrifice. St. Louis’ parade is said to be one of the largest Mardi Gras parades outside of New Orleans. Bounded by Busches, the parade sets off at 11 a.m. from the stadium, progressing to the brewery 1.7 miles away.

Sophia Fox-Dichter | Contributing Reporter

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