I live in the Marigny. I have blogged about aspects of this neighborhood extensively in my 2 years as an MBA blogger, and I think that speaks for itself as to how much I love it. That having been said, there are huge downsides to living in the Marigny being a […]
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Since someone asked about neighborhoods in New Orleans and where MBAs should live, I’ve asked the other bloggers to talk about where they live and why. I’ll start. I live in Uptown New Orleans, about a mile from campus near St. Charles Ave. and Napoleon Ave. I live two blocks […]
Question: I have recently been admitted to the Tulane MBA program and was seeking housing advice. Are there any neighborhoods or apartment complexes that you would recommended? Answer: Part of the New Orleans experience is living on tree-lined Uptown streets in charming old houses with front porches and backyards. We […]
Beignet eating contest at the New Orleans Roadfood Festival last weekend on Royal Street in the French Quarter.
Like it or not, the warm weather is here to stay in New Orleans. That means that summer is around the corner, but before we have to max out air conditioners – there’s a period of a few weeks in South Louisiana now known as Festival Season. First, there was […]
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 […]
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 […]
It’s that time of year. The first major parading weekend of Mardi Gras kicks off Friday. Parades are set to roll through Uptown New Orleans all weekend. Warm weather (highs in the 70s) will undoubtedly mean huge crows on St. Charles Ave. Photo courtesy NOLA.com.
It’s no secret that many Tulane students come to New Orleans, enjoy their college experience, and go back home. With a large population of students from the East and West coasts, that’s bound to happen. As the economy continues to affect new jobs in the country’s bigger cities, many Tulane […]
Once you move to New Orleans, it’s impossible to not feel like you’ve become part of a special secret society that is wholly New Orleans. This “specialness” is due in large part to many things that are uniquely New Orleans. And while you may never reach the upper echelon of […]