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Marcy H. TP'14, October 05, 2012Watching the leaves turn over the past month has been nothing short of amazing. The view changes on a nearly daily basis. Truly, truly stunning. var gaJsHost = (("https:" == document.location.protocol) ? "https://ssl." : "http://www."); document.write(unescape("%3Cscript src='" + gaJsHost + "google-analytics.com/ga.js' type='text Continue Reading
Blog Guest, October 03, 2012It is fall in Hanover, which is arguably the most beautiful time of the year. Leaves are changing, the weather is cooling, and you are able to re-introduce your favorite warm weather gear! Most people are out hiking, biking, fishing – enjoying all the upper valley has Continue Reading
Avanti M. T'14, October 03, 2012Now that I can breathe after the mad Fall A rush, I'm sitting at a Starbucks in New York contemplating the unique little community that Tuck has, and I cannot be more grateful for the honor of being able to call it mine. The things that some would call Continue Reading
Stephanie B. - Admissions, October 02, 2012The following post was originally published by Assistant Dean and T'76, Penny Paquette in October 2011. The first business school ranking of this year is set to be published later in the week. As application season gets underway so does the annual round of rankings of business Continue Reading
Oksana C. T'14, October 02, 2012Fall 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
Claire B. TP14, October 02, 2012Question: what do trombones, puppies, and apple crisp have in common? Answer: My last Sunday involved these wide-ranging activities, and I learned about them all through resources specifically designed to connect Tuck partners. By way of background: I considered myself pretty proficient at facebook... until I moved to Hanover as Continue Reading
Andrew M. - T'14, October 02, 2012One of the (many) areas in which Tuck professors excel is their ability to attract senior executives to campus to present in class sessions. And one of the great things about Tuck's location in the Upper Valley is that executives can't just stop by; when they're 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
Stephanie B. - Admissions, September 25, 2012Stephanie O'Brien, T'14 and Forte Fellow, writes about her non-traditional journey to an MBA. After asking herself "how do you create functional, high-performing structures and systems, not just in a work environment but in your own life?" she's finding answers through three important life skills she's already Continue Reading
Nancy G.- Admissions, September 24, 2012Tuck has a long history in Latin America. With a passionate and committed group of successful alumni and corporations who value the skills and qualities Tuck graduates offer, Tuck is increasing its commitment to the region with the introduction of a Latin American Advisory board and has more than doubled Continue Reading
Marcy H. TP'14, September 21, 2012The past week I've found myself really feeling in awe of how beautiful the Upper Valley is. I remember when we first moved here a couple months ago and felt in awe of how many trees there were and how GREEN everything was! I love driving around Continue Reading
Claire B. TP14, September 20, 2012Let's face it: moving to the Upper Valley -- when you're not the one going to school there -- is a big "ask!" In all likelihood you don't already live here, meaning that Tuck will necessitate your student to move, meaning he or she is probably curious Continue Reading
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