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Cowle to run 4,000 miles in support of young adult cancer treatment

Cowle to run 4,000 miles in support of young adult cancer treatment

For Tulane graduate student Liz Cowle, running 4,000 miles is marked not only by the mile posts, but also by the lives she touches along the way. This summer, Cowle will run from San Francisco to Baltimore, to fundraise and bring awareness to the struggles of young adults with cancer. […]

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Freeman Accounting

Freeman Accounting

Check out this video to learn more about the Freeman accounting program. There is even more information at accounting.tulane.edu and in the other posts here on the accounting blog. If you have any questions, please contact us! We look forward to discussing the program.

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Neil Huntsman Interviewed for ValuePenguin.com

Neil Huntsman Interviewed for ValuePenguin.com

Neil Huntsman, a current MACCT student, recently gave an interview to ValuePenguin.com in their series about accounting programs around the country. He was asked questions about the accounting profession and why he is interested in being an accountant. In addition he was asked about his experience at the Freeman School […]

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Cheering for Tulane Green Wave Football Team

Cheering for Tulane Green Wave Football Team

Before coming to Tulane University, I never thought I would fall in love with the game of football, because I don’t really know much about American football. However, because of the popularity of football and free tickets, I tried to learn more about this game. In order to be like […]

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Karen Foust – Accounting Professor

Karen Foust – Accounting Professor

Professor Karen Foust is a highly respected professor of the Freeman School of Business. She acquired her undergraduate, MBA and PhD degrees at Tulane University. Before she started her teaching career in 1994, she worked at a CPA firm and then as a financial controller in a not-for- profit organization. […]

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Pumpkin Carving for Halloween

Pumpkin Carving for Halloween

Halloween is one of the traditional festivals in the U.S. Each year the Office of International Students and Scholars (OISS), the department serving international students at Tulane, holds activities for festivals like Halloween. Last year we had “Pumpkin Carving” which is a Halloween tradition. Each group of students were given […]

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Volleyball at Reily

Volleyball at Reily

Volleyball season at Tulane began in September. The Chinese volleyball team, Sparkling Panda, is an active participant. Students in the Freeman School of Business who are interested in volleyball gather together, and practice every week at the Reily Student Recreation Center on campus. The team members have even designed special […]

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Ethics Focus Inspires Accounting Student’s Job Search

Ethics Focus Inspires Accounting Student’s Job Search

Before graduating from Tulane University in May, graduate accounting student Kelly Doucette had a few ideas about the kind of company she wanted to work for. Doucette found her fit at PricewaterhouseCoopers in Boston, where she starts in an auditing role this fall. Read more here.

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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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