This past weekend students took a break from studying to enjoy the perfect weather and endless eats at French Quarter Fest. A completely free music and food festival down by the river, French Quarter Fest is a four-day event for families, tourists, and any sort of local you can find. […]
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10,000+ Tulane graduates and undergraduates gathered on the LBC quad to enjoy Crawfest on April 5,th 2014. Tulane’s 8th annual Crawfest is a crawfish and music festival run entirely by students. MBA students came from all over the city to enjoy 8,000 pounds of crawfish, free music, food trucks, and […]
During their international business trip to China, the second year MBAs visited the U.S. Embassy in Beijing. The students benefitted from a lecture and discussion with Ms. Yasue Pai, a Commercial Officer, about U.S. corporate entry into the Chinese market. The afternoon at the Embassy provided a valuable perspective for […]
A first for many in New Orleans—Tulane cancelled class due to inclement weather (read: CHANCE of snow flurries) on Tuesday, January 28th and Wednesday, January 29th. Threat of dangerous roads aside, students hurriedly made plans for happy hours, Commander’s Palace, Chili Cook Offs, and Fat Harry’s. Minutes following Tulane’s announcement […]
Finding housing in New Orleans can be daunting, and it can be even worse when you are an international student moving to the States for the first time. With this in mind, we asked some of our current students how they found housing before they moved to Nola. When I […]
Per scheduling tradition, many full-time MBAs started their semester early and began an intensive Negotiations Course last Wednesday, January 8th. Lead by long-time student-favorite, Professor Angelo DeNisi, the Negotiations course is a mix of theory, tactic, demonstration, and mock negotiating among peers. The course counts as a dual elective for […]
On Sunday, November 24th, 50+ Po-Boy vendors, neighborhood restaurants, and local food trucks packed onto Oak Street for the 7th Annual Oak Street Po-Boy Festival. Tents offering versions of traditional po-boys (Oyster, Shrimp, and Roast Beef) to Vietnamese, German, Sausage, and Vegetarian po-boys flanked the narrow street from Carrolton all […]