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Business Culture: MMG in India

Business Culture: MMG in India

It’s 11:00 AM on Sunday morning in New Orleans, and my classmates and I have just landed at MSY after a grueling 25-hour journey home from Bangalore. While I’m excited to have my feet back on US soil, it is with great sadness that I leave behind India and the […]

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MMG goes to India

MMG goes to India

So the trip to India is over and I have to say it was anything but ordinary. It started out with everyone having to reschedule their flights. We were supposed to fly directly to Chennai, only to learn that the city was practically under water and the airport was closed. […]

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Hannah Kaufman (left) with classmates

My First Semester Renaissance

My path to graduate school has been unconventional. With a long standing indifference at best to school, the last thing I thought I would be doing my senior year was writing an application. However, as I pack for my upcoming trip abroad I can’t help but recall the beginning and […]

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Makayla Barton – Master of Management

Makayla Barton – Master of Management

Going to graduate school was never part of my plan when I was an undergraduate. I always assumed that I would take the “normal” course of graduating, getting a job, and moving into the so called “real world”. I studied Public Health and Environmental Studies for my undergraduate degree, and […]

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Experience, Featured, New Orleans

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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Freeman’s Master of Management in the News

Freeman’s Master of Management in the News

The Master of Management program is the newest graduate program at the Freeman School and one of the newest in the country. In this article MMG alum, Kelsey Chan-Chin and Freeman School Associate Dean of Graduate Programs John Clarke talk about what sets the MMG program apart.

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Life as an MMG Student

Life as an MMG Student

The MMG program is like no other program currently offered in the Tulane A.B. Freeman School of Business. The program selects recent Tulane undergraduates from a variety of majors and schools of thought together into one classroom with first and second year MBA students for a one year Master of […]

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The Old and New

The Old and New

The Chinese landscape is constantly switching between magnificent skyscrapers and streets crowded with run-down apartment buildings. I think it’s fascinating that in the same city mere blocks from one another are buildings that light up the night sky with their fluorescent glow and quite neighborhoods with so many drying racks hanging out […]

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China Trip – Leigh Cosolito

China Trip – Leigh Cosolito

Before beginning graduate school, I did not own a passport. My previous international travels were restricted to North America back in times when a birth certificate was sufficient. Traveling to China was both new and interesting for me. While some places felt like I had not left America, others were […]

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Shanghai and Xiamen

Shanghai and Xiamen

This China trip was a once in a lifetime opportunity. This trip alone has opened up my eyes to a whole new part of the world. Before coming to China, I never really considered traveling to this part of the country. After spending a week there, I would most definitely […]

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