April 6, 2014

Dragon Day 2014

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A student helps to push the dragon along during the Dragon Day parade. (Anthony Chen / Sun Staff Photographer)

Ben Jones ’18 welds the night before Dragon Day. (Riley Yuan / Sun Staff Photographer)

The remnants of a phoenix are left on display in Ho Plaza. (Oliver Kliewe / Sun Senior Photographer)

Students dressed up for Dragon Day. (Anthony Chen / Sun Staff Photographer)

The Dragon Day parade draws a large crowd that fills up Campus Road. (Oliver Kliewe / Sun Senior Photographer)

Dragon Day spectators take a high vantage point up above the Cornell Store. (Oliver Kliewe / Sun Senior Photographer)

A student shows off her Dragon Day pride. (Anthony Chen / Sun Staff Photographer)

Students at the Dragon Day parade dressed as Hillary Clinton and Kim Jong-un. (Kelly Yang / Sun Photography Editor)

Students in costume at the Dragon Day parade. (Kelly Yang / Sun Photography Editor)

Andrew Wong ’18, Kieran Haruta ’18, Jerry Liu ’18, and Elie Boutros ’18 push the dragon down East Ave alongside a member of Cornell EHS. (Riley Yuan / Sun Staff Photographer)

Students in costume at the Dragon Day parade. (Kelly Yang / Sun Photography Editor)

The Phoenix built by engineering students for Dragon Day. (Kelly Yang / Sun Photography Editor)

Cornell Environmental Health & Safety monitors the activities of Dragon Day to ensure the safety of everybody in attendance. (Oliver Kliewe / Sun Senior Photographer)

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