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63. Freeman Means Assets: Rachel Spirer (MACCT ’14)

63. Freeman Means Assets: Rachel Spirer (MACCT ’14)

Through its professors, classes, and alumni network, Freeman provides assets for students to grow academically and succeed professionally. Read more here.

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83. Freeman Means Experience: Ying Cheng (MACCT ’14)

83. Freeman Means Experience: Ying Cheng (MACCT ’14)

The Freeman School has provided me a different perspective on life, which has changed the way I think about business. Read more here.

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Student Budgeting for Life in New Orleans

Student Budgeting for Life in New Orleans

Housing is the biggest issue when you move to another city even another country. When I first came to New Orleans, I was impressed by the unique architecture. Many times, my friends and I spent a whole afternoon walking along St. Charles Avenue to see the beautiful houses, expecting to find a sweet place to live. Most graduate students rent […]

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Trip to California

Trip to California

On Valentine’s Day, I flew all the way up to Anaheim, California, the home of Disneyland. I had much fun there with a bunch of brilliant people from California State University – Hayward. When our group of people lined up for takeout at the Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen, the notice […]

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Ivy League Law Dean Named New President of Tulane University

Ivy League Law Dean Named New President of Tulane University

Michael A. Fitts, dean and Bernard G. Segal Professor of Law at the University of Pennsylvania, has been named the 15th president of Tulane University. Fitts will begin his term on July 1, when current President Scott Cowen retires after 16 years of service. Read the full article here.

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Interview with John Silbernagel, Director of Graduate Education

Interview with John Silbernagel, Director of Graduate Education

Tell me a little bit of background on yourself. I am a native New Orleanian, born and raised here. I completed my undergraduate degree at LSU where I was a marketing major. I came to Tulane to attend the full-time MBA program. During my graduate studies, I worked in the […]

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National Geographic Names New Orleans Top Spot to Visit in 2014

National Geographic Names New Orleans Top Spot to Visit in 2014

This year, National Geographic named New Orleans one of the best places to visit in 2014. Between the music, the food, and the history, New Orleans has a lot to offer visitors year-round. While the article doesn’t cover everything New Orleans has to offer, it gives a good snapshot of what […]

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Magazine Street

Magazine Street

Located less than a mile away from Tulane, Magazine Street has some of the best shopping and restaurants the city of New Orleans has to offer. Stretching 6 miles long with over 175 businesses that are mostly local to New Orleans, the well-known street offers a wide array of eclectic […]

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Beta Alpha Psi‬

Beta Alpha Psi‬

Beta Alpha Psi is a national accounting honors society that recognizes excellence in the field of accounting. The Tulane chapter aims to promote networking and build relationships between accounting firms and members. Our weekly meetings feature presentations from a large range of firms- from Big Four to local firms. Beta […]

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“New” to New Orleans

“New” to New Orleans

I’m thrilled to be working at Tulane for the same reasons that you will enjoy being a Tulane student. I moved to New Orleans recently, in the summer of 2012 to join the Freeman School as the Director of Graduate Admissions. A year has gone by and I’ve done a […]

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