At any given point, you can find Clay Randolph walking through the halls of Goldring/ Woldenberg II meeting with the faculty who make the Tulane MFIN one of the most competitive programs in the country. As the Director of the MFIN program, Mr. Randolph is charged with the task of acting as the liaison between admissions, faculty and the career management center. With such responsibility, Mr. Randolph is constantly on the move, but I was able to sit with him and discuss the future of the A.B. Freeman School of Business's MFIN program in this week's edition of "Earnings Call."
This year, National Geographic named New Orleans one of the best places to visit in 2014. Between the music, the food, and the history, New Orleans has a lot to offer visitors year-round. While the article doesn't cover everything New Orleans has to offer, it gives a good snapshot of what visitors can find in our(...)