11pm on a Friday night. Welcome to grad school.
As the rest of the Tulane campus celebrates homecoming with concerts, parties and the big football game – us first-year MBAs have been holed up in breakout rooms for days. Your first semester is divided into two sessions, and we are right in the middle of final exams for our […]
So I’m about to enjoy a nice seven day break from class. No, it’s not Mardi Gras time yet, it’s final exams. I know that most people don’t associate final exams with a break because technically you should be studying, stressing out, etc. But the best thing about being a […]
During the first semester of your second year you have the choice between two different Practice of Management Courses. Those who are following a finance concentration typically take Burkenroad Reports, while those in Strategic Management or Leadership typically select Strategic Consulting. If you would like to be an overachiever I […]
I just spent my Tuesday night on the volleyball court at Tulane’s Reily Center. Reily is huge our student recreation center that’s about a block away from the Freeman School’s buildings. I am officially a member of “Bump, Set, Have Some” – which is the name of our co-ed MBA […]
“Bump, Set, Have Some” – Tulane’s MBA Intramural Volleyball Team. So far, we’re 2 and 1 (thanks to 2 forfeits).
The black MBA conference was held in New Orleans this past Thursday and Friday. It was an incredible experience, so many companies and so little time. There were banks, retailers, distributors, IT companies, software developers, and more. I did not attend on Thursday as we had class (what’s up with […]
This post will be short and to the point. I woke up this morning to find an exciting email from the President of the Tulane Entrepreneurs’ Association. The 2009 Graduate School rankings from Entrepreneur Magazine/Princeton Review are out and Tulane is sitting pretty at #4. Check it out. http://www.entrepreneur.com/topcolleges/grad/0.html -Eric
1st year MBAs at the post-midterm Shrimp Boil. -Sarah