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Post Finals

My apologies for posting a few days later than usual…but it has been a busy week at Freeman School and Tulane. My fellow MBA 1s and I had our last classes of the session on Tuesday, and turned in our Practice of Management group paper. Then, we took our External […]

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Master of Business Administration, People, Programs

Fall is Finally Here

After a summer of insufferable heat, humidity and tropical rain – it’s finally fall in Louisiana. I have not seen a cloud in the last 11 days. Temperatures are in the 70s and 80s, and it’s dry. This is what it must be like to live in California. As the […]

by × October 8, 2010 × 0 comments

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Caskey Miller

All, If you have never written a blog before, how do you structure it? What do you write? What tone do you take? When writing a University Blog, where is the line between appropriate and its time to go talk to the dean about your future presence at Tulane University. […]

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Yoga at Tulane

Yoga at Tulane

As I am just about to finish the first quarter of my first year as a Freeman MBA, I can say that I never thought I would learn so much so quickly…but balancing such a fast-paced class schedule can be stressful! I have found that increasingly I turn to my […]

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Master of Business Administration, New Orleans, People, Programs

Back to New Orleans and Tulane

Hello All! My name is Meghan; I am a first year MBA/MHA student. (That second degree is a Master of Healthcare Administration that I am pursuing through the Tulane School of Public Health.) I’m excited to be blogging about my Tulane and New Orleans experiences, and hope that you will feel […]

by × September 26, 2010 × 1 comment

Master of Business Administration, New Orleans, People, Programs

Popsicles!

Is there anything better on a hot early Fall afternoon than a locally-produced organic gourmet popsicle? No, there’s not. This afternoon, two Freeman school organizations gave out free Pete’s Pedal Pops out on the back patio of GWII (our building). They have some crazy flavors like Strawberry Basil and Pineapple […]

by × September 23, 2010 × 0 comments

Master of Business Administration, New Orleans, People, Programs

Super Parade, Take 2 Just hours before the Super Bowl Champion New Orleans Saints kicked

Super Parade, Take 2 Just hours before the Super Bowl Champion New Orleans Saints kicked

Just hours before the Super Bowl Champion New Orleans Saints kicked off the 2010 season in the Superdome, the entire city joined in the celebration complete with a Mardi Gras-style parade and concert featuring Dave Matthews Band and Taylor Swift. I got this great view from the balcony of a […]

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Class Size

Class Size

When deciding where to attend undergraduate school, I remember class size being an important factor in my decision. For this reason (and several others), I chose to attend a small liberal arts school in the middle of Ohio. At the time I really appreciated not being lost in a sea […]

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Quiet Campus

Quiet Campus

Going to the post office is never fun. Even if you have a package waiting for you, the 20-person line can scare off anyone who doesn’t have an entire afternoon to kill. That’s why I went to campus the other day for the first time in about a month. It’s […]

by × July 6, 2010 × 0 comments

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Summer School

After a few years of working, the thought of spending a summer in school for a couple of hours a day may be appealing. Last year, I took the pre-MBA summer courses offered at the Freeman School and I can honestly say those classes helped me out when our real […]

by × June 1, 2010 × 0 comments