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Stephanie B. - Admissions, January 22, 2014Over the past few months, teams of T'15s have participated in 66 projects for 15 organizations through the student-run group, Tuck Student Consulting Services (TSCS). Yesterday, T'14 Co-Chairs Alena Harrison and Eric Winn, invited the community to view a summary of the group's  Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, January 20, 2014Isaac is a T'15 from Denver, CO. After graduating from Brigham Young University with a degree in economics, he headed east for a job with Sears Holdings Corporation in Chicago, IL. Heading even further east, Isaac came to Tuck with his wife and one son. They’ve Continue Reading
Maryn J. - T'15, January 09, 2014This post was written as I sit in my Seattle home, finally able to decompress and reflect on the most amazing four months of my life. Less than forty-eight hours ago I had turned in my last final which means that I am officially 1/6 complete with my Tuck Continue Reading
Christina H. - TP'15, December 15, 2013I have a lot to be thankful for, but my new Tuck family tops the list this holiday season. I say ‘family’ despite only living in Hanover for two months because of the extremely close relationships I have formed with members of the Tuck community. Holidays are about Continue Reading
Kate T. - TP'15, December 14, 2013As Fall B wraps up at Tuck, I am amazed by how much Tuck Partners (TPs), and their students and families, have experienced during our first months in Hanover and the surrounding Upper Valley area. Below is just a sampling of some of the fun activities that have been planned Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, December 10, 2013Ben is a second-year student who grew up in Manchester, England before moving to London to study Law at the London School of Economics. Prior to Tuck, Ben spent nearly five years in investment banking, focusing on a variety of sectors and functions, while taking a keen interest in renewable Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, December 09, 2013Tyler is a TP'15 who moved here from Washington DC where she worked as a private chef; she is now working with several Tuck students to launch the first ever Hanover food truck in March! Her Tuckie, Gibb, worked in investment consulting, and is hoping to pursue strategy consulting Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, December 09, 2013Isaac is a T'15 from Denver, CO. After graduating from Brigham Young University with a degree in economics, he headed east for a job with Sears Holdings Corporation in Chicago, IL. Heading even further east, Isaac came to Tuck with his wife and one son. They’ve Continue Reading
Admissions, December 05, 2013Kristin Roth, Associate Director of Admissions, explains how Tuck fosters a successful transition from the armed forces to a career in business. Learn more about the Armed Forces Alumni Association, a student group who's primary mission is to provide resources and support to veterans Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, December 04, 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
Arpitha D. T'15, December 03, 2013This week I had an opportunity to take part in yet another "I didn't know before coming to Tuck" but "very Tuck-like" experience. I just celebrated my first Thanksgiving. Though I have been in the United States for a little more than two years, I never formally celebrated Continue Reading
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