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Experience, Featured

Reminiscence on the China Trip and Final Farewell from Amy

Reminiscence on the China Trip and Final Farewell from Amy

Hey y’all! This blog will be my last as a Freeman MBA student and it is very bittersweet that this two year journey has come to an end. These past two years have been wonderful and I feel so rewarded by all the experiences I have been able to partake […]

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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 × Comments are Disabled

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 × Comments are Disabled

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 × Comments are Disabled

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 × Comments are Disabled

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 × Comments are Disabled

People

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 […]

by × October 11, 2010 × Comments are Disabled

People

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 × Comments are Disabled

People

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. […]

by × October 1, 2010 × Comments are Disabled

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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 […]

by × September 30, 2010 × Comments are Disabled