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 […]
Last week, I went to The Fall Career Expo 2014. The free shuttles that were provided from the uptown campus to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome made it very convenient to attend. At least 60 major companies including Apple Inc., Pepsi Co. Inc. and Entergy were there to recruit employees. Before the […]
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 […]
One of the main reasons students come to Tulane is the opportunity to obtain great jobs. In my first interview as a Tulane student, the recruiter said Tulane has a higher caliber of students than other universities from which the firm recruits. I did not bring up that I had […]
The Tulane Energy Club New Orleans and the newly formed Tulane Energy Club Houston gathered for a night of networking, bowling, food, and drinks in Houston, Texas prior to Tulane’s recruiting event, the Houston Energy Expo in September 2014. The Tulane Energy Club of New Orleans consists of business undergraduates, […]
After studying at Tulane for a few months, I have realized significant differences exist between public and private universities. I attended a large public university all four years of undergrad. Although that will always be my alma mater, I know I made the right choice to continue my studies with […]
Beta Alpha Psi, the professional accounting organization at the Freeman School, holds “Meet the Firms” twice a semester. The Big 4 and other CPA firms come to Tulane and meet with the accounting students. The activity is for accounting students only, and each firm will have 4 to 8 people […]
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 […]
The Freeman School’s study abroad programs are ranked #5 in the US. This ranking is ahead of many prestigious universities such as Stanford and Harvard. Check out the list here.
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.