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ASW 2013

Marcy H. TP'14, April 27, 2013

Last weekend was this year's much-anticipated Admitted Students Weekend. It was a little strange and a lot exciting to see the "Welcome Class of 2015" banner up on the Tuck building. Zach was on campus on Friday to help welcome the prospective T'15s during registration, and then Saturday was Continue Reading 


Leading Voices in Higher Education: Anne-Marie Slaughter

Marcy H. TP'14, April 22, 2013

A couple weeks ago Dr Anne-Marie Slaughter came to Dartmouth and gave a lecture titled "Why Women Still Can't Have It All: Getting to a Place of Equal Opportunity." The lecture was part of Dartmouth's Leading Voices in Higher Education speaker series, and organized in part through Tuck' Continue Reading 


ASW 2013 Video

Jeff Z. T'14, April 21, 2013

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Tuck Gives 2013!

Andrew M. - T'14, April 18, 2013

While 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 


Love and prayers for Boston

Claire B. TP14, April 17, 2013

It's been a few days and the initial shock of the horrors at the Boston Marathon has still not receded.  I'm really still at a loss for words (not good, for a blogger!).  Boston is my hometown, and Marathon Monday is one of the absolute best Continue Reading 


ASW Experiences - Kathy Buck

Blog Guest, April 16, 2013

Guest blogger, Kathy Buck, is a T’14 and ASW Communication Committee Co-Chair. Almost completely student run, Kathy and the bulk of her classmates volunteer their time to plan and execute the event that is happening in just three days!  I can’t believe it’s already Continue Reading 


Welcome, Spring!

Marcy H. TP'14, April 09, 2013

Could it be? Might it actually be time to put away our heavy down coats and snow boots in favor of sunglasses and flip flops? The past week or two have certainly made it feel like that might be the case... So far this week it's been sunny and Continue Reading 


Guest Post: Socially Focused First Year Project

Blog Guest, April 05, 2013

Summer Bailey, along with four other T’14s, recently traveled to the Chippewa Indians Reservation in North Dakota for a Research Travel Project as well as their First Year Project.  Their focus was on maximizing insurance revenue at the Quentin N. Burdick Memorial Health Care Continue Reading 


A Day in the Life

Juliet H. T'14, April 04, 2013

Life at Tuck is always busy. So much so that the word has lost all meaning. It has just become the new normal. If that is in fact the new normal than there was nothing out of the ordinary about my day on Monday and yet it somehow felt extreme. Continue Reading 


ASW Experiences - Meg Nunn

Blog Guest, April 02, 2013

Guest blogger, Meg Nunn, is a T’14 and ASW Communication Committee Co-Chair. Almost completely student run, Meg and the bulk of her classmates volunteer their time to plan and execute the event happening later this month. Look for more posts chronicling their experiences and excitement from Meg’s Continue Reading 


Tiny Tuckies Easter Party and Egg Hunt

Marcy H. TP'14, April 01, 2013

Saturday morning we were greeted by golden sunshine, warmer temperatures, and no remnants of snow on the ground. Perhaps spring has arrived after all?? That morning was also the Tiny Tuckie Easter party! It was a wonderful shindig with food, sweets, and of course an egg hunt. A great time Continue Reading 


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