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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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Grant Paranjape in China

Grant Paranjape in China

Hi again everyone! My name is Grant Paranjape and this blog will talk about my recent experience in China as part of the master of management cultural immersion trip. Simply put, from the moment you get to the airport for your departure flight, everything is an adventure. Finding out what […]

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Keith Harvey

Keith Harvey

Anxious, yet confident. These were the key emotions I felt as I embarked on the journey of a lifetime arriving at the MMG/MBA orientation. Coming from a philosophy background, the trailblazing nature of the program granted me an astonishing sense of satisfaction, but also of humility. My MMG peers and […]

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Grant Paranjape

Grant Paranjape

Hi, my name is Grant Paranjape and I am currently enrolled in the Master of Management program here at Tulane University. Prior to beginning this program, I studied neuroscience here at Tulane, graduated in three years, and began this program immediately following my graduation. But enough about me, hopefully the […]

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​Chicago Freeman Days

​Chicago Freeman Days

My name is Kelsey Chan-Chin and I am part of the Master of Management (MMG) class of 2015. I received a Bachelor of Science in Public Health from Tulane University in 2014, and I decided to stay in New Orleans for one more year to take advantage of the MMG […]

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Leigh Cosolito

Leigh Cosolito

Originally from a small North Carolina town in the Appalachian Mountains, for me, coming to New Orleans and Tulane University was a big change. When I first sent in my decision letter years ago, I wondered if I had chosen correctly. The majority of my hometown thought that I was […]

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