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Guest Student Contributor, December 11, 2013Selemon Asfaw is a 2nd year student at Tuck. He’s an organizer of the 2013 Diversity Conference as well as Co-chair of the Tuck African Ancestry Business Association. Prior to Tuck, Selemon was an education entrepreneur doing work in the Midwest with public and private enterprises. Next year he Continue Reading
Student Post Archive, November 19, 2013I’m spending the fall term of my second year on exchange in Sydney and, to be perfectly honest, I was not sure if this was the right decision to make. I had no doubt that being in Australia would be a good decision and that I would Continue Reading
Student Post Archive, October 06, 2013Second year! It seemed so far away, and now I’m a month into it. I’m really enjoying it thus far: classes are interesting and smaller in size than first year, and, of course, the weather is great—spring has truly sprung here in Continue Reading
Luis G - T'13, December 14, 2012A 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
Laura T'13, September 25, 2012The 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
Ken F. T'12, May 23, 2012One of my most popular posts during my two years here was Fall term in quotes, an unashamedly brief insight into some one-liners from my professors that ranged from insightful to cryptic, absurd to amusing, and thought-provoking to indecipherable in isolation. Here are quotes from the outstanding faculty I've Continue Reading
Ken F. T'12, May 22, 2012My first class at Tuck was the Yellowtail case in AGM. My study group had spent literally hours preparing it - reading, analyzing, calculating, debating - and we were relatively efficient. Some groups went as far as to check flight schedules between cities mentioned in the case, to figure out Continue Reading
Ken F. T'12, May 10, 2012In today's FSIA class (an elective in which students perform fundamental financial and strategic analysis on companies to decide whether individual stocks are worth investing in), the industry under review was media and entertainment. We had two visitors in class to hear and give feedback on student presentations about Continue Reading
Ken F. T'12, April 01, 2012My wife said to me this weekend that our class gift should be to name the 18th hole at Hanover Country Club after the Tuck Class of 2012. I kind of like the juxtaposed frivolity and endurance of her idea. And it got me thinking: the Tuck MBA is quite a Continue Reading
Ken F. T'12, March 22, 2012When my wife and I left Hanover for spring break, I had to dig the car out in the middle of another March snow storm. In the first week of the month, almost a foot of snow had accumulated in town. Oh, how times have changed! We returned from a Continue Reading
Ken F. T'12, March 07, 2012I 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
Pete. T'13, February 24, 2012With 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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