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FULLABALOO: Business Majors ‘tired of walking,’ move Frat House inside of B-School

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Tara Nored, Staff Reporter

March 27, 2019

This article is for The Fullabaloo, The Hullabaloo’s satirical April Fool’s issue. The information and interviews below are completely fictional and for entertainment purposes only. It was a typical Monday morning in the Goldring/Woldenberg Complex. Business School Dean Justin McElroy sat down w...

FULLABALOO: Newcomb and Stern to be replaced with additional business schools

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Matt Saletta, Associate News Editor

April 6, 2018

Early this semester, Tulane opened the Goldring/Woldenberg Business Complex. The high-tech business center has been met with overwhelmingly positive reviews from business students and the lowerborn students who have been allowed to enter. Now, Tulane has announced an exciting new plan to continue addin...

New hospitality programs encourage Tulane alumni to give back to NOLA

Tulane’s new hospitality and entrepreneurship program teams up with the New Orleans Culinary & Hospitality Institute. This new program will encourage graduate students to contribute to New Orleans’ economy.

Pratiksha Parulekar, Associate Views Editor

January 31, 2018

Hospitality is one of the biggest industries in the city of New Orleans, and it is constantly growing due to the ever-booming  influx of tourists. With this in mind, Tulane's A.B. Freeman School of Business recently announced plans to offer hospitality and entrepreneurship programs. The new hospitality...

Tulane students launch line of “Sarabi” cosmetics

Tulane students Brittney Brittney Braddock and Tayla Moore created their own brand of eyelashes. The line of eyelashes features five styles with names inspired by African roots.

Emma Brick-Hezeau, Sophie Brams, and Cynthia Jin

December 7, 2017

On any given Tuesday afternoon, most Tulane students are in class, studying, eating lunch or catching up on sleep. This was not the case for senior Brittney Braddock and junior Tayla Moore, who described how they spent a recent Tuesday afternoon preparing to table for their company, Sarabi Cosmetics...

TIAA CEO addresses students on changing economic trends

Ferguson delivered Tulane's 2017 R. W. Freeman Distinguished Lecture on Wednesday, Nov. 8, to address economic trends.

Cam Lutz, Senior Staff Reporter

November 16, 2017

Today's changing economic and demographic spheres are not only affecting businesses, but also students, according to Roger W. Ferguson Jr., president and CEO of Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association. Ferguson delivered Tulane's 2017 R. W. Freeman Distinguished Lecture on Wednesday, Nov. 8, in which ...

Tulane PhD students win International Business Model Competition

Mei Wang (woman in the center) holding the trophy with her winning teammates David Tulman (center left) and Peter Lawson (center right).

Fiona Grathwohl and Arianna Blatt

August 25, 2017

A team of Tulane graduate students from the School of Science and Engineering won the International Business Model Competition along with a $30,000 prize.  David Tulman, Peter Lawson and Mei Wang, representing Instapath Bioptics, are doctoral students in the bioinnovation program, which combines bio...

Former snapper trades in his cleats for cars

Michael Lizanich, former deep snapper for the Green Wave, is the current owner of Motorsports Garage, a New Orleans business dedicated to storing and managing luxury vehicles.

Tess Riley, Sports Editor

September 14, 2016

Former Green Wave football player Michael Lizanich traded in his title as deep snapper for the title of business owner in 2015 when he opened the Motorsports Garage in New Orleans. Lizanich's company is devoted to providing storage and management for luxury vehicles. The Motorsports Garage was born as a solution...