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After Mardi Gras Tulane Freeman School Students Celebrate the Lunar New Year

After Mardi Gras Tulane Freeman School Students Celebrate the Lunar New Year

The dates for Mardi Gras and Lunar New Year change every year. In 2015 the dates for the two holidays are very close. The day after Mardi Gras Freeman Students gathered in the Executive Dining Room to learn more about new year celebrations in Asia from their classmates. Students from […]

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New Orleans

National WWII Museum

New Orleans has many different and unique attractions to offer people. It is impossible to experience all this city has to offer in just one year, but I am trying to narrow down my to-do list. Recently, I visited the National World War II Museum close to downtown. Trip Advisor […]

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A New Era for Tulane Football

A New Era for Tulane Football

With eleven wins in four years you could say that Tulane Football was a disappointment in my undergraduate years. All of that has now changed for the better with Tulane’s state of the art Yulman Stadium opening September 6th versus throwback rival Georgia Tech (like Tulane a founding member of […]

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New Orleans Ranked as America’s #1 Brainpower City

New Orleans Ranked as America’s #1 Brainpower City

Forbes ranks New Orleans #1 as America’s New Brainpower City due to the robust job growth and affordable cost of living. The survey is based on where college graduates are settling using 51 metropolitan areas. The results showed the fastest-growing brain hubs are in the South and Intermountain West. New Orleans tied with […]

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MBA Students at French Quarter Fest 2014

MBA Students at French Quarter Fest 2014

This past weekend students took a break from studying to enjoy the perfect weather and endless eats at French Quarter Fest. A completely free music and food festival down by the river, French Quarter Fest is a four-day event for families, tourists, and any sort of local you can find. […]

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Tulane Graduates at Crawfest 2014

Tulane Graduates at Crawfest 2014

10,000+ Tulane graduates and undergraduates gathered on the LBC quad to enjoy Crawfest on April 5,th 2014. Tulane’s 8th annual Crawfest is a crawfish and music festival run entirely by students. MBA students came from all over the city to enjoy 8,000 pounds of crawfish, free music, food trucks, and […]

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Mardi Gras

Mardi Gras

This past week, Freeman students gathered along the parade routes on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday to celebrate the beginning of carnival season. Catching beads and cups from the Krewe of Cleopatra, Krewe of Freret, and Krewe of Sparta parade floats, MBA 2s took a break from studying to enjoy the […]

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The Tulane Business Model Competition

The Tulane Business Model Competition

2014 marks a big change to Freeman’s flagship entrepreneurship event, The Tulane Business Model Competition, which was formerly known as the Tulane Business Plan Competition. The name change indicates the national shift away from traditional business plan competitions. The Tulane Entrepreneurs’ Association (TEA) hosts the competition. This year TEA has […]

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Closed Doors for the Sneauxday

Closed Doors for the Sneauxday

A first for many in New Orleans—Tulane cancelled class due to inclement weather (read: CHANCE of snow flurries) on Tuesday, January 28th and Wednesday, January 29th. Threat of dangerous roads aside, students hurriedly made plans for happy hours, Commander’s Palace, Chili Cook Offs, and Fat Harry’s. Minutes following Tulane’s announcement […]

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Finding Housing in New Orleans

Finding Housing in New Orleans

Finding housing in New Orleans can be daunting, and it can be even worse when you are an international student moving to the States for the first time. With this in mind, we asked some of our current students how they found housing before they moved to Nola. When I […]

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