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Starting as an International Student in Freeman School

Starting as an International Student in Freeman School

One year ago, I arrived at MSY Airport with 3 large cases, knowing nobody here, and thinking about my future. My life in the US officially started. I knew at that time that the study here in Freeman would be one of the most unique experiences in my life. Something […]

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A Wonderful Week in Yellowstone National Park

A Wonderful Week in Yellowstone National Park

Having heard of Yellowstone National Park for a long time, I decided to travel there with my friends during summer vacation. We went there in early June and spent a happy and unforgettable week. First we flew to Salt Lake City, and then drove to Yellowstone. We camped for 3 […]

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Hong Kong Food Market

Hong Kong Food Market

Hey, foodies and gourmets out there! I’d like to introduce you to the biggest Asian Market in New Orleans (that I know of): Hong Kong Food Market. It’s located at 925 Behrman Hwy #3 on the west bank of the Mississippi River. Hong Kong Food Market has many veggies, fruit, […]

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43. Freeman Means Involvement: Annelise Broussard (MACCT ’14)

43. Freeman Means Involvement: Annelise Broussard (MACCT ’14)

At any program orientation, students will inevitably hear at least one person say “get involved”. Read more here.

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Featured, New Orleans

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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Featured, New Orleans

French Quarter Festival 2014

French Quarter Festival 2014

The French Quarter Festival is Louisiana’s largest free music festival at the French Quarter of New Orleans. French Quarter Festival was first produced in 1984. This year, the festival is celebrating its 13th anniversary, from April 10th to April 13th, 2014. As the French Quarter Festivals, Inc puts it, “21 […]

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51. Freeman Means Support: Peter Tzioumis (MACCT ’14)

51. Freeman Means Support: Peter Tzioumis (MACCT ’14)

As a joint Bachelor’s and Master of Accounting student, I first arrived at Tulane back in 2009. At that time, I did not know anybody at Tulane. Read more here.

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Landing a Job – Words for MACCT 2014 Fall International Students

Landing a Job – Words for MACCT 2014 Fall International Students

As a Master of Accounting Student Ambassador, I have received tons of questions and concerns about landing a job or a summer internship. So here are some tactics I would like to share with you guys. However, I’m not sure I’m the right person to provide these career strategies, since […]

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59. Freeman Means Inspiration: Dalun “Declan” Qi (MACCT ’14)

59. Freeman Means Inspiration: Dalun “Declan” Qi (MACCT ’14)

The Freeman School of Business has taught me so many new things about accounting and business environments. Read more here.

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62. Freeman Means Cooperate: Tianyao Fu (MACCT ’14)

62. Freeman Means Cooperate: Tianyao Fu (MACCT ’14)

Freeman has provided me so many opportunities that I didn’t expect when I originally decided to pursue my Master of Account degree. Read more here.

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