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Spring is Springing in New Orleans

Spring is Springing in New Orleans

While the record breaking snow and cold in Boston has been grabbing headlines recently, spring is springing in New Orleans. This picture of the Audubon Golf Course Clubhouse was taken Sunday, February 22, 2015 when temperatures rose into the 70s. The Audubon Golf Course is located in Audubon Park across […]

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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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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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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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“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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Audubon Park

Audubon Park

One of the best things about Tulane being located in Uptown New Orleans is that it is right next to Audubon Park. Located literally across the street from Tulane’s campus, Audubon Park is the perfect place for Tulane students to spend their free time and enjoy the beautiful New Orleans […]

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Interview with Jasmijn Bol, Associate Professor of Accounting

Interview with Jasmijn Bol, Associate Professor of Accounting

Background: Born and raised in the Netherlands, Professor Jasmijn Bol always knew she wanted to go into business. While working on her master’s thesis at Maastricht University, Professor Bol discovered that she enjoyed the research that was involved in her master thesis so she decided to pursue a PhD at […]

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NOLA Dining Week

NOLA Dining Week

Having been raised in the South with a dad who should be a chef, I have always appreciated a good meal. When I was searching for the perfect graduate school last fall, one of the things that was most appealing to me about Tulane being located in New Orleans was […]

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Freeman Social at Rockin’ Bowl

Freeman Social at Rockin’ Bowl

With my first week of graduate school done I was excited for the prospect of what the weekend might bring. Despite the impressive amount of reading I had due the next week, I was looking forward to exploring New Orleans. Not knowing many people in the MACCT program or the […]

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