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Andrew M. - T'14, April 18, 2013While today kicks off ASW for those who arrived early, a week ago we were in the midst of Tuck Gives, a week-long fundraising effort to support non-profit/public sector internships for my classmates. It’s amazing how generous the whole community is—from donating handmade craft Continue Reading
Partner Post Archive, January 02, 2013Happy New Year everyone!! We spent New Year's up here in NH and had a great time skiing, laughing, and relaxing with fellow Tuckies and TPs. Many of us left town to spend time over winter break with our families, though I must say I was really Continue Reading
Alice L. – T’14, December 22, 2012We T’14s are a quarter done with our Tuck experience (so sad!) and the time has absolutely blown by. It has been incredible. However, in looking back, the experience has been a bit bittersweet – making it through Fall A and B has been a lot harder than Continue Reading
Claire B. TP14, December 11, 2012It's finals week, which means the students have been busy at work preparing for exams. So we leave them alone and go find our own fun This past weekend actually had gorgeous weather (sunny blue skies and low 40s in Hanover on Sunday!), so a few partners and Continue Reading
Claire B. TP14, December 03, 2012Will and I live in Sachem Village, which is primarily graduate student housing located about 1 mile down Main Street from campus. One of the huge perks of living here (in my opinion) is the proximity to other Dartmouth students--many Tuckies and Tuck families live here, but it' Continue Reading
Dennis D. - T'14, November 21, 2012I grew up in Florida. My idea of ice is a snow-cone. Despite a preview of cold weather during my college days, I have spent the last six years in Los Angeles. When it comes to ice-skating, I'm somewhere between "Novice" and "Ouch! That had to Continue Reading
Claire B. TP14, November 14, 2012I think it's accurate to say that most of us had never played ice hockey before Tuck, yet it's a huge part of the culture here. How can that be? Well, you don't have to know how to play hockey--or even how to skate--to get Continue Reading
Andrew M. - T'14, October 07, 2012For us first years, tomorrow, in addition to being Columbus Day, is also the start of our Fall B term. Reflecting back on my eight weeks here at Tuck, I was inspired to verse. For those putting the finishing touches on your Tuck admissions application, I hope this Continue Reading
Blog Guest, October 03, 2012It is fall in Hanover, which is arguably the most beautiful time of the year. Leaves are changing, the weather is cooling, and you are able to re-introduce your favorite warm weather gear! Most people are out hiking, biking, fishing – enjoying all the upper valley has Continue Reading
Juliet H. T'14, September 11, 2012In the interest of full disclosure, Hanover is limited in shall we say ‘traditional’ forms of entertainment. The Upper Valley lacks the major sports teams, world-class museums, and famous restaurants that characterize the cities from which many of us hail. And for this, I could not be more Continue Reading
Luis G - T'13, May 16, 2012The dividend discount model is one of the valuation techniques I learned in Financial Statement Interpretation and Analysis, a class that prepares students to effectively analyze and interpret financial statements. Basically, the dividend discount model says that the value of a company is worth the discounted sum of all Continue Reading
Blog Guest, May 03, 2012Mike Nowak currently resides in Saratoga Springs, NY where he has worked in private wealth management for the past four years. ASW had been circled on my calendar for a long time now. For me, ASW was the culmination of a long, drawn out, strenuous but successful and rewarding process. Continue Reading
Justin R T'13, April 25, 2012Admitted Students Weekend (ASW) 2012 has come and gone, and it was an amazing weekend. I've been so incredibly busy the past few months planning the social events for ASW with Tory O'Kane (T13) and several other first year student chairs. At times, the workload was downright absurd. Planning 3 Continue Reading
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