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100 Days of Freeman Day 12: 
Freeman Means Memories
Nuttapol Kamsaeng, MBA ’14
Freeman means many things for me, but I think the best word to describe it is memories.  Read more here.
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100 Days of Freeman Day 19:
Freeman Means Creativity
David Bode, MBA ’14
Freeman has given me the tools I need to build my own career. Read more here.
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100 Days of Freeman Day 22:
Freeman Means Tangible
Kyle Cranfill, MBA ’15
There are so many wonderful things about my time here at Freeman that it was difficult to choose one word to describe them all.  Read more here.
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Cullan Maumus and Alex Hernandez teamed up at the New Orleans Freeman Days for their new startup.
Cullan Maumus, Class of 2013, took an opportunity he found through the New Orleans Freeman Days networking event to become the project manager and executive team member of the New Orleans Redevelopment Fund. He met Alex Hernandez, Class of 2003, at the event, and now, their start-up will "tackle blight and renovate properties to answer the city’s growing demand for quality …
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100 Days of Freeman Day 27:
Freeman Means Exclusivity
Ahmed Al-Massry, MBA ’14
In business, exclusivity guarantees market access while spending less acquiring customers and suppliers.  Read more here.
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100 Days of Freeman Day 34:
Freeman Means Support
Lauren Gutterman, MBA ’14
As an unsure and inexperienced 24-year old coming into the MBA program two years ago, I was determined to prove to everyone, including myself that I belonged here at Freeman.   Read more here.
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100 Days of Freeman Day 13:
Freeman Means Challenges
Sam Smith, MBA ’14
We all face adversity whether it’s genetic, socioeconomic, nationality or anything which makes life seem more difficult for us.  Read more here.
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100 Days of Freeman Day 19:
Freeman Means Impact
Emilia Anderson, MBA ’14
As students at The Freeman School, we have the opportunity to engage with New Orleans entrepreneurs in and out of the classroom, and the chance to create real impact within the New Orleans community.  Read more here.
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100 Days of Freeman Day 24:
Freeman Means Imagination
Dan Hall, MBA ’15
Imagination isn’t a word I would have initially thought to describe my business school experience.  Read more here.
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100 Days of Freeman Day 26:
Freeman Means Link
Shengjun Sun, MBA ’15
Before I pursued my MBA degree, I was a software engineer. I wrote code and analyzed software bugs every day.  Read more here.
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100 Days of Freeman Day 29:
Freeman Means Versatility
Nick Leverett, MBA ’15
Tulane’s Freeman School of Business offers the opportunity to become proficient in a wide variety of disciplines.  Read more here.
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100 Days of Freeman Day 32:
Freeman Means Adaptation
Frank Darden, MBA ’14
My Freeman School experience has been all about adaptation – adaptation to a new city; adaptation to a new academic environment; and adaptation to a new career.  Read more here.
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The Tulane MBA is a program for students who want to earn an outsized return on their MBA investment.
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The Tulane MBA program is a two-year MBA program that provides students with a unique approach to business, global leadership, and the practice of management. Combining a strong classroom experience with experiential modules that span the globe, the MBA enables students to put their knowledge to work. Along with its education and experience, Tulane’s location in New Orleans allows its students to take full advantage of the city’s burgeoning economic and cultural opportunities.