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Oak Street celebrates po’boys in a rich fashion

Oak Street celebrates po’boys in a rich fashion

Tulane students enjoy eating po’boys from some of the finest restaurants in town at the unique Oak Street Po’boy Fest… Read More

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Graduate Student Social at Rock ‘n’ Bowl

Graduate Student Social at Rock ‘n’ Bowl

At the end of August, the MME students rung in a new school year by attending a social hosted by the Graduate Business Council at the famous New Orleans Rock ‘n’ Bowl, where we put our bowling skills to the test. The MME students in attendance were humbled in bowling […]

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Michael Hecht and Gary Lagrange speak at Tulane about New Orleans 10 years after Katrina, Wed., August 19, 2015. (Photo by Cheryl Gerber)

The next economic hurdle? Achieving critical mass

The A. B. Freeman School of Business recently hosted a speaker discussion on where the city of New Orleans is now and where we are headed as we approach the 10 year anniversary of hurricane Katrina. Featured speakers were Gary LaGrange, president and CEO of the Port of New Orleans, […]

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Spring is Springing in New Orleans

Spring is Springing in New Orleans

While the record breaking snow and cold in Boston has been grabbing headlines recently, spring is springing in New Orleans. This picture of the Audubon Golf Course Clubhouse was taken Sunday, February 22, 2015 when temperatures rose into the 70s. The Audubon Golf Course is located in Audubon Park across […]

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After Mardi Gras Tulane Freeman School Students Celebrate the Lunar New Year

After Mardi Gras Tulane Freeman School Students Celebrate the Lunar New Year

The dates for Mardi Gras and Lunar New Year change every year. In 2015 the dates for the two holidays are very close. The day after Mardi Gras Freeman Students gathered in the Executive Dining Room to learn more about new year celebrations in Asia from their classmates. Students from […]

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Café Du Monde

Café Du Monde

For those that do not know much about New Orleans, food, drinks, and festivals are some of the best in the world. While at Tulane for the Masters of Finance, you do have to study very hard but it is a great environment to take plenty of breaks. One of […]

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National WWII Museum

National WWII Museum

New Orleans has many different and unique attractions to offer people. It is impossible to experience all this city has to offer in just one year, but I am trying to narrow down my to-do list. Recently, I visited the National World War II Museum close to downtown. Trip Advisor […]

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A New Era for Tulane Football

A New Era for Tulane Football

With eleven wins in four years you could say that Tulane Football was a disappointment in my undergraduate years. All of that has now changed for the better with Tulane’s state of the art Yulman Stadium opening September 6th versus throwback rival Georgia Tech (like Tulane a founding member of […]

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New Orleans Ranked as America’s #1 Brainpower City

New Orleans Ranked as America’s #1 Brainpower City

Forbes ranks New Orleans #1 as America’s New Brainpower City due to the robust job growth and affordable cost of living. The survey is based on where college graduates are settling using 51 metropolitan areas. The results showed the fastest-growing brain hubs are in the South and Intermountain West. New Orleans tied with […]

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My First Mardi Gras

My First Mardi Gras

New Orleans without Mardi Gras is like Mexican food without spicy sauces, or for me is like orange chicken without sugar. I hear all the time how crazy people are about Mardi Gras, yet it was way beyond my imagination when I was actually in the crowds waiting for the […]

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