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Fiscal Cliff Now or Economic Armageddon Later

Fiscal Cliff Now or Economic Armageddon Later

In light of the recent US “fiscal cliff” and “debt ceiling” discussions I would like to bring the bigger picture of “Economic Armageddon” into view. In the middle of October, Professor Deen Kemsley led a discussion with Freeman students on the longer term outlook of the world economy, and the […]

by × November 29, 2012 × 0 comments

Experience, People

Enlighten Through Travel

Enlighten Through Travel

On October 1st, the MBA Women International – Tulane Chapter hosted a fundraising event at school. Daniel Paschall took professional head shots for students to use on their LinkedIn, Facebook, blogs, etc. Some of the money was donated to an MBA1 student’s charity, Enlighten through Travel. Lydia Onimo, a first […]

by × October 15, 2012 × 0 comments

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Graduate Business Council 2012-2013

Graduate Business Council 2012-2013

  The Graduate Business Council (GBC), of which all graduate business students are members, serves the academic, professional, and personal interests of its membership. The group facilitates interaction and communication among the student body, the administration, the faculty, and the Tulane community. GBC accomplishes its mission by marketing its students, […]

by × September 17, 2012 × 0 comments

Experience, Global, People

Summer Blogging

Summer Blogging

I am entering my 2nd year at the Freeman school at Tulane and spending my summer interning at Shutterfly in California. They sent an offer back in early February, so the time has finally come to begin my 10 week internship. After the first week, it has been an exciting […]

by × June 18, 2012 × 0 comments

Experience, People

Student Profile: Ned Rider

Student Profile: Ned Rider

I grew up in Manakin-Sabot, Virginia and attended Collegiate School in Richmond. I attended Washington and Lee University where I majored in history and was a member of the varsity lacrosse team. After graduation, I moved back to Richmond and taught and coached in the Upper School at St. Christopher’s […]

by × March 6, 2012 × 0 comments

Experience, People

Kickball tournament

Kickball tournament

The Graduate Business Council is dedicated to enhancing all aspects of life as a graduate business student here at Tulane. School socials have ranged from a Halloween party to bowling and dancing at Rock-N-Bowl. This past Saturday, we got out and played some kickball at Monroe Quad. We had MBAs, […]

by × February 28, 2012 × 0 comments

Experience, People

Graduate Business Council 2012-2013

Graduate Business Council 2012-2013

Presenting the 2012-2013 Graduate Business Council: Members and roles top left to right and then bottom left to right: Rohit Rayudu, VP Finance; Mike Sander, GAPSA Senator; Han-I Chen, VP International Affairs; Albin Soares, President; Dilip Kumar, VP of Career Development and Alumni Affairs; Elizabeth Freudmann, VP Academic Affairs; Lauren Nelson, VP Student Affairs; Rodrigo Castro Foulkes, GAPSA Senators; Juan Carlos Aguirre, VP […]

by × February 27, 2012 × 0 comments

Experience, People

One semester down…

One semester down…

It is hard to believe that five months ago I packed up my car and spent 24 hours driving with my best friend down to New Orleans. Now, I can successfully say I have completed my first semester at Tulane, and I managed to survive. It has been a really […]

by × December 15, 2011 × 0 comments

Experience, New Orleans, People

Amy Garrick

Let me introduce myself. I am originally from Buffalo, NY. I graduated from University of Virginia in 2008 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology. I spent two years working at the FBI as an analyst before making the decision to go back to school to get my MBA. I decided […]

by × November 9, 2011 × 0 comments

Experience, People

Let’s get it started!

Let’s get it started!

Hello everybody! Let me introduce myself, first. Well, my name is Anastasia Petri and I am an incoming, international, full-time MBA student from Greece (yeah, this country that appears on the headlines worldwide lately and, unfortunately, not for the good reasons. I hope that the situation will improve soon, though, […]

by × July 13, 2011 × 0 comments