One of the craziest things about business school is how many visitors we get. Not personal (although my mom did just come over for a couple of weeks. Hi mom!). Read more
One of the questions I often get asked by first years here at Tuck is “so, how is the second year”? I know this question comes from having a really stressful time in the first year and the hope that what’s ahead will be better and easier to deal with. So the short answer is: yes, the second year is better.
Two weeks ago we had our reunion weekend here at Tuck. This year’s attendance was a record 860 alumni and families, coming not only from the US but also Australia, Japan, Argentina and all over the world, to be together at Tuck again. Read more
Today I must give a big shout-out to the first year Tuckies. They just had their last exam for the first term of their first year. Here at Tuck, the Fall term for the first year is split in two, Fall A and Fall B, because there is just so much to learn. Read more
I have just had a visit from a friend from Portugal who is doing her MBA overseas and is on an exchange programme in Boston this term. Like me, she is a city girl at heart – we both grew up in Lisbon and lived in London before school, so I was worried she wouldn’t like it here “in the middle of the woods”. Read more
I can’t believe classes only started a week ago! It is definitely nice being back, but it got busy really quickly. I’m taking 4.5 classes this term, that’s 4 full courses plus one mini course that runs for half the term. Read more
Hello world. My name is Vera and I am a Tuckie, our nickname for students at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, in Hanover, New Hampshire. The choice of where to go to business school is obviously a big step, so I wanted to take this first post to tell you a little bit about how I made my decision. Read more