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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 […]

by × May 7, 2013 × Comments are Disabled

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Bikes On Campus

Bikes On Campus

I am one of many Freeman School students, faculty and staff who ride bikes to school. New Orleans is a great town for urban biking. It’s perfectly flat. The subtropical climate provides nice weather for biking most months of the school year. Finally, parking for bikes on campus is plentiful, […]

by × October 29, 2012 × 0 comments

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Leap Day in the Bywater

Leap Day in the Bywater

On Leap Day I decided to take advantage of the extra 24 hours and the beautiful weather (it was 76 degrees and sunny), and head to one of my favorite parts of town: The Bywater. Most people that visit town don’t know about this little gem of a community, but […]

by × March 1, 2012 × 1 comment

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Nico in NOLA 3 – Tulane Campus Tour

With tropical storm Lee blessing us with quite a lot of rain, Nico takes a walk around campus. Week#3 – Tulane University wet campus tour from Nicolas Merlaud on Vimeo. Third week. Tulane campus. Tropical Storm Lee. Monoprix Tee shirt. more videos at vimeo.com/​channels/​nicoinnola

by × October 10, 2011 × 0 comments

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The Weather in New Orleans

The Weather in New Orleans

When I first moved to New Orleans from San Francisco in August of last year, all that I could focus on was how incredibly hot it was. Insufferable heat! “How could anyone live here?” heat! But you quickly adjust and before you know it, you find yourself bragging to friends […]

by × January 14, 2011 × 0 comments

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Last Long Break… Ever

As I sit here looking forward to a nearly month-long break, the coming months are exciting and scary at the same time. When we head back to campus for the Spring semester – there are many big dates on the calendar. We’ll take some interesting final classes (new venture planning, […]

by × December 13, 2010 × 0 comments

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Last day of class!

It is a great December day in New Orleans; it’s a mild 60 degrees, the sun is shining, the sky is blue and…it is our last day of class. Of course the last day of class mean that exams are right around the corner, but so is a nice long […]

by × December 2, 2010 × 0 comments

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Popsicles!

Is there anything better on a hot early Fall afternoon than a locally-produced organic gourmet popsicle? No, there’s not. This afternoon, two Freeman school organizations gave out free Pete’s Pedal Pops out on the back patio of GWII (our building). They have some crazy flavors like Strawberry Basil and Pineapple […]

by × September 23, 2010 × 0 comments

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Stormy in the city.

Stormy in the city.

Stormy in the city. Despite the fact that high temperatures have been topping out in the mid to high-90s, it rains almost every afternoon. This is a view of parts of downtown, with the French Quarter and Mississippi River in the background as clouds roll across New Orleans on a […]

by × June 18, 2010 × 0 comments

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It gets hot here

Attention anyone who is not yet aware of New Orleans weather in the summer – it gets hot here. For the past two weeks, high temperatures have been topping out in the mid-90s, the heat index usually runs around 100 degrees. A few miles inland, north of Lake Pontchartrain, the […]

by × June 18, 2010 × 0 comments