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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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National Geographic Names New Orleans Top Spot to Visit in 2014

National Geographic Names New Orleans Top Spot to Visit in 2014

This year, National Geographic named New Orleans one of the best places to visit in 2014. Between the music, the food, and the history, New Orleans has a lot to offer visitors year-round. While the article doesn’t cover everything New Orleans has to offer, it gives a good snapshot of what […]

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Experience, Featured, New Orleans

“New” to New Orleans

“New” to New Orleans

I’m thrilled to be working at Tulane for the same reasons that you will enjoy being a Tulane student. I moved to New Orleans recently, in the summer of 2012 to join the Freeman School as the Director of Graduate Admissions. A year has gone by and I’ve done a […]

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Murder Mystery Dinner Party: Not Your Normal Thursday Night

Murder Mystery Dinner Party: Not Your Normal Thursday Night

Last week, at approximately 7:30 on Thursday night, a group of suspects met at Tommy’s Cuisine in the Central Business District to solve a murder. Twenty or so MBA 2s donned 1920’s costumes and transformed for an evening into characters like Al Capone, Jack “Greasy Thumbs” Guilespsi, Don Wannabe, and jazz singer […]

by × October 30, 2013 × Comments are Disabled

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Admitted and Prospective Students Visit Freeman

Admitted and Prospective Students Visit Freeman

Over 20 admitted and prospective MBA students visited Freeman on Friday, March 1. The next visit is planned for Friday, April 19. Last Friday, over 20 admitted and prospective MBA students visited the Freeman School for a day packed with information about the School, the MBA program and some of […]

by × March 5, 2013 × 1 comment

Experience, New Orleans

MBAs host Santa’s Annual Naughty or Nice Charity Pub Crawl

MBAs host Santa’s Annual Naughty or Nice Charity Pub Crawl

For the second year in a row, Tulane MBA students will host a holiday-themed pub crawl to raise money for local charities. Scheduled on Saturday, December 8th, 40+ Tulane business students and other New Orleans friends will each donate $5 in exchange for a Santa Hat. Everyone in a Santa […]

by × November 28, 2012 × 0 comments

Experience, New Orleans

Bikes On Campus

Bikes On Campus

I am one of many Freeman School students, faculty and staff who ride bikes to school. New Orleans is a great town for urban biking. It’s perfectly flat. The subtropical climate provides nice weather for biking most months of the school year. Finally, parking for bikes on campus is plentiful, […]

by × October 29, 2012 × 0 comments

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Oyster Fest

Oyster Fest

This summer I had a great opportunity to work with a local education technology company, Whetstone Education. Not only am I getting the experience of working with an innovate company in the education sector, I also get to stay in NOLA for festival season! One of my favorites was just a […]

by × July 6, 2012 × 0 comments

Experience, Global, New Orleans

Mardi Gras, Greece, and the End of 1st Year

Mardi Gras, Greece, and the End of 1st Year

I think it is called business school because we are constantly busy! Since my last blog, Mardi Gras season wrapped up, we traveled to Greece (and more), we completed our first Global leadership module and came back to numerous New Orleans festivals and fun. There are never enough hours in […]

by × April 11, 2012 × 0 comments