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Retracing the Steps of a Survivor of the Armenian Genocide

Guest Student Contributor, October 19, 2016

By Vahan Manukyan T’18 On October 12, investigative reporter Dawn Anahid MacKeen, author of The Hundred-Year Walk: An Armenian Odyssey, visited Tuck and Dartmouth. Her book tells the story of "one man’s courage in the face of the Armenian genocide and his granddaughter’s quest to tell Continue Reading 


Straight Outta Q&A: What’s New, On-Campus Housing

Admissions, October 18, 2016

Greetings! Today we’re excited to resurrect a blog series from last spring, “Straight Outta Q&A.” While the questions we hear in our on-campus Q&A session (part of every prospective student visit) can run the gamut, some stick out as being really insightful Continue Reading 


The Political Bug

Guest Student Contributor, October 12, 2016

By Justen Nestico T’17 One unique thing about attending Tuck—and one of the reasons that I wanted to be here during these two particular years—is its location at the heart of one of the most unpredictable elections in American history. Whether it is presidential candidates Continue Reading 


Post-Graduation Reflections

Guest Student Contributor, August 04, 2016

It was a little over two and a half years ago that I got the call from Dawna Clarke. “Congratulations, Aditya! You’ve been accepted to the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College.” I packed my bags and set off to Hanover, New Hampshire with exactly Continue Reading 


On the Road with Tuck Admissions

Admissions, August 02, 2016

Tuck’s campus in Hanover, NH serves as a base camp to the world. Students, faculty, and staff constantly venture out and return to our immersive community to reflect on their experiences and share newfound insights. Well here in the Admissions Office, let the venturing begin! From now until Continue Reading 


Discover the Pathways of Our Students

Justine Kohr, June 09, 2016

“Being in this kind of environment invites me to be a better version of myself for the people around me.” Dallas native Nancy Yang T'17 worked for Teach for America as a managing director before she decided to get her MBA. Nancy is a Continue Reading 


My Global First-Year Project with PERI in Germany

Guest Student Contributor, May 25, 2016

By Nicholas Ritter T'17 Nick Ritter is a second-year student at the Tuck School of Business. Prior to Tuck, Nick worked as an electrical and product engineer for Nabsys, a biotech startup developing genomic sequencing technology. This summer, he will be working with IBM Watson's Continue Reading 


Tuckies in Paris: My First-Year Project with PayPal France

Guest Student Contributor, May 16, 2016

By Ashley Cahill T'17 This winter, I joined four classmates to work on a First-Year Project for PayPal France. The First-Year Project (FYP) at Tuck gives students the valuable opportunity to apply key learnings from the core curriculum to a real business setting. This year, Tuck’s FYP clients Continue Reading 


What We Learned: The 2016 Vietnam GIX

Guest Student Contributor, May 04, 2016

By Olivia Jones T'17 Over spring break, I was one of twenty-four Tuck students who embarked on the inaugural Vietnam Global Insight Expedition (GIX). The theme was “Renovation Nation: Vietnam in an Era of Reform and Globalization,” and our purpose was to study Vietnam’s business environment Continue Reading 


What We Learned: The 2016 Netherlands GIX

Guest Student Contributor, April 27, 2016

Part I by Anthony Hemming T’17 Going into the GIX, I felt like I had a basic idea of the differences between the U.S. and Dutch health care systems, but what I wanted to understand was why the Dutch system is organized the way it is, and if Continue Reading 


What We Learned: The 2016 South Africa GIX

Guest Student Contributor, April 25, 2016

By T'17s Lane McVey and Vishnu Malli During the South Africa GIX, which was led by Professor Phil Stocken, we visited Johannesburg and Cape Town, spending time at the Pilanesberg National Park during the intervening weekend. At the park, we met with the Chief Ecology Officer of Continue Reading 


2016 IPADE Business School Case Competition in Mexico

Guest Student Contributor, April 20, 2016

By Katelyn Baldwin T'17 Katelyn is from Wasilla, Alaska. She graduated from Stanford in 2009 with a BA in international relations and minors in African and Middle Eastern languages and Jewish studies. Before Tuck, she spent nearly five years in international development working for Chemonics International, an implementing partner of the Continue Reading 


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