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Nico in NOLA 7 – Classes & Meetings

Nico in NOLA 7 – Classes & Meetings

Week#7 – Classes and group meetings, Freeman Business School from Nicolas Merlaud on Vimeo. Seventh week. Day job. Teachers and students. Bloopers. more videos at vimeo.com/​channels/​nicoinnola

by × October 14, 2011 × 0 comments

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Nico in NOLA 6 – Café du Monde

Nico in NOLA 6 – Café du Monde

Week#6 – Chilling at Café du Monde from Nicolas Merlaud on Vimeo. Sixth week. Beignets. Café au Lait. Who Dat. more videos at vimeo.com/​channels/​nicoinnola

by × October 13, 2011 × 0 comments

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Nico in NOLA 5 – Roadtrip!

Nico in NOLA 5 – Roadtrip!

In the fifth week of his stay, Nico hits the road to see alligators and plantations. Week#5 – Road trip around Louisiana from Nicolas Merlaud on Vimeo. Fifth week. Laura Plantation. Swamp Tour. Road trip. more videos at vimeo.com/​channels/​nicoinnola

by × October 12, 2011 × 0 comments

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Nico in NOLA 4 – Quarter Bar Hopping

Four weeks into his stay, Nico finally makes it to the French Quarter. Week#4 – Bar hopping in French Quarter, New Orleans from Nicolas Merlaud on Vimeo. Fourth week. French Quarter. Saturday Night. Live Music. more videos at vimeo.com/​channels/​nicoinnola

by × October 11, 2011 × 0 comments

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Two Years, Too Fast

Two Years, Too Fast

I can’t believe that it’s already been two years. I started the MBA program with the summer classes in July of 2009 and the time has flown by. It’s been an amazing experience. I’ve learned more than I ever thought I could, tackled statistics, made great friends, gained confidence in […]

by × May 24, 2011 × 0 comments

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Must Do / Should Have Done

Must Do / Should Have Done

A recently admitted MBA for 2011 emailed me the other day and asked a great question that’s now becoming a blog post. He wanted to know what I’m really glad I did during my time at Tulane, and what I wish i would have done. Here’s my loose list. MUST […]

by × March 29, 2011 × 0 comments

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Big Lessons in Asia

Big Lessons in Asia

So what did we do in China for a week? We learned first-hand why China is such a big issue for all types of businesses. Probably the most insightful thing any of our guest lecturers and professors told us is “please, give us time.” China is in full gallop trying […]

by × March 21, 2011 × 0 comments

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Forbidden City

Forbidden City

After a morning with two American speakers (one Commerce Officer in the US Embassy, one Bar/Restaurant Owner), a few MBA2’s take time out for a picture in Beijing’s Forbidden City. See if you can find MBA Blogger, Louis David!

by × March 15, 2011 × 0 comments

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Greetings from Bologna, Italy! Oh what a few weeks it has been…I finished final

Greetings from Bologna, Italy! Oh what a few weeks it has been…I finished final

Greetings from Bologna, Italy! Oh what a few weeks it has been…I finished final exams, had a week of new classes, traveled to Czech Republic, and am now in Italy participating in my first Global Leadership Trip. We have a full schedule this week, with company visits to Lamborghini, Technogym, […]

by × March 13, 2011 × 0 comments

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Family Life in the City

Family Life in the City

I’m not married and I don’t have any kids, but this post is about family life in New Orleans. Even though I don’t have my own family, I think this is an important topic to address. At an admitted MBA event a week ago, I met a prospective student who […]

by × March 1, 2011 × 2 comments