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Life as an MMG Student

Life as an MMG Student

The MMG program is like no other program currently offered in the Tulane A.B. Freeman School of Business. The program selects recent Tulane undergraduates from a variety of majors and schools of thought together into one classroom with first and second year MBA students for a one year Master of […]

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After Mardi Gras Tulane Freeman School Students Celebrate the Lunar New Year

After Mardi Gras Tulane Freeman School Students Celebrate the Lunar New Year

The dates for Mardi Gras and Lunar New Year change every year. In 2015 the dates for the two holidays are very close. The day after Mardi Gras Freeman Students gathered in the Executive Dining Room to learn more about new year celebrations in Asia from their classmates. Students from […]

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Stepping into Fantasy

Stepping into Fantasy

Over the course of my winter break I had the opportunity to visit both Japan and China. Oh boy, it is a distinct experience being a foreigner in each country, let me tell you. In Japan you’re seen as a tourist, I believe. There wasn’t any more interaction than that […]

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Student Profile: Jason Durkis

Student Profile: Jason Durkis

​My father was Air Force and that made me an Air Force brat for most of my life. Most of my childhood was spent in Albuquerque, New Mexico. When I decided to go to college for my undergraduate, it had to be Tulane. They had a great medical program and […]

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My Visit to Shanghai – Keith Harvey

My Visit to Shanghai – Keith Harvey

Shanghai was a city I was largely unfamiliar with. It was a place I had never seen in person and my understanding of it had come largely from movies and television. Conversely, the people of Shanghai were largely unfamiliar with me. I, being a black male with dreadlocks, was something […]

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Gabriella Shavel In China

Gabriella Shavel In China

The China trip was a whirlwind. From Day 1, we were constantly on the go, exploring, learning, and eating. (Future class description should include a note on Chinese Banquet Intensive) We spent the first part of our trip in Shanghai, where I had studied abroad. I was an observer; I […]

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Gabriella Shavel – Master of Management

Gabriella Shavel – Master of Management

Hi! My name is Gabriella Shavel and I hail from Princeton, NJ. I graduated from Tulane in May 2014 with a double major in Art History and Asian Studies (China Track) and a Business Minor. I am currently a Master of Management student and could not be happier to spend […]

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The Old and New

The Old and New

The Chinese landscape is constantly switching between magnificent skyscrapers and streets crowded with run-down apartment buildings. I think it’s fascinating that in the same city mere blocks from one another are buildings that light up the night sky with their fluorescent glow and quite neighborhoods with so many drying racks hanging out […]

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China Trip – Leigh Cosolito

China Trip – Leigh Cosolito

Before beginning graduate school, I did not own a passport. My previous international travels were restricted to North America back in times when a birth certificate was sufficient. Traveling to China was both new and interesting for me. While some places felt like I had not left America, others were […]

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Shanghai and Xiamen

Shanghai and Xiamen

This China trip was a once in a lifetime opportunity. This trip alone has opened up my eyes to a whole new part of the world. Before coming to China, I never really considered traveling to this part of the country. After spending a week there, I would most definitely […]

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