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The Value of Military Experience and Tuck

Kristin Roth, June 05, 2013

I've recently returned from the Service Academy Career Conference (SACC) in Washington, DC, held the Friday before Memorial Day. It was perfect timing to let our prospective military applicants know how grateful Tuck is for your service and how much we value your experience.   I’d like Continue Reading 


Section Wars and the End of Fall B

Alice L. – T’14, December 22, 2012

We 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 


A review of the Tuck curriculum

Luis G - T'13, December 14, 2012

A few weeks ago I found myself on an airplane thinking about many things.  One thing I was thinking about was all the exciting places my classmates will be visiting during the winter break.  Many will be traveling throughout South America visiting new places and new cultures.  Continue Reading 


Supply Chain Field Trip!

Laura T'13, November 09, 2012

A few weeks ago, my Supply Chain class went to on a field tip to LLBean and Red Hook.  Dean Johnson, the professor, is an enthusiastic teacher who is really excited by supply chain and logistical details.  We went to Maine first, to explore the LLBean shipping and Continue Reading 


‘Twas the Night Before Fall B

Andrew M. - T'14, October 07, 2012

For 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 


Fall A Roller Coaster

Oksana C. T'14, October 02, 2012

Fall A – first four week term of our first year at Tuck is over. It was… When I was thinking how to best describe it, first an image of a race car came to my mind. It starts immediately, develops speed in no time and an enormous weight Continue Reading 


Electing Your Future

Laura T'13, September 25, 2012

The second year is different in a lot of ways.  One way is that we get to choose our own classes!  Last year was full of core classes, which were necessary and great.  Last year, we were able to choose two electives in the spring term, but Continue Reading 


Spring Term Has Started

Laura T'13, April 03, 2012

In the spring term, us first years get a crack at two elective courses.  This is exciting, considering so far, we’ve just had core courses.  Two of our four regular courses are core, two are elective, and there is an extra major project, the First Year Continue Reading 


White Cliffs

Ken F. T'12, March 07, 2012

I finally handed in my last term paper of Winter Term on Monday afternoon - there's only one term left in my Tuck career, and fewer than 100 days until graduation! My goal for Spring Term is to complete a triathlon. It's kind of a big deal to me. Continue Reading 


Mini Courses

Ken F. T'12, February 27, 2012

Sam, a newly admitted student, recently submitted a question about the role of minis in the curriculum. I thought it best to answer in a separate post, as it is likely that more people will see the answer this way. First up, to Sam and all other admitted students for Continue Reading 


Decisions . . . Decisions . . . Decisions

Pete. T'13, February 24, 2012

With Winter term almost behind me, what is next on the agenda? Well that is the decision I have to make. Spring term allows for first-year students to choose from a variety electives. I must say I am glad the core curriculum is so comprehensive. One reason I chose Tuck Continue Reading 


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