Tour Guide at Tulane University
Class of 2021
Hometown: Allendale, NJ
Minor: Psychology, SLAMM
To be frank, I wasn’t seriously considering Tulane until I came to visit and had the ‘New Orleans’ experience. The city is very romantic with its French architecture, willowing oaks, and soulful cooking. It’s hard not to fall in love with New Orleans, let alone Tulane University, when you first visit. The allure of Tulane is rooted in the countless things that make the school unique. Yes, New Orleans is amazing and so are the academics at Tulane. But Tulane is special because of the caring faculty who will go above and beyond to help you pursue your passions and extend your career. Tulane is unique because of the classmates who aren’t trying to push you down to help themselves but lift you up along with them to help you out too. Tulane is exceptional because of the sunsets over Howie T, chai tea lattes with soy milk from PJ’s, rainbows after a torrential downpour, and Friday’s at the Fly and I couldn’t imagine myself anywhere else.
Any and every food festival (Mac and Cheese or Beignet Fest are the best) and the Krewe of Barkus, which was a dog parade was so cute. Obviously we can't forget Mardi Gras too!
Shopping/eating on Magazine Street, running in Audubon Park, and walking around the CBD (Central Business District).
My favorite professor/class was my French class first semester freshman year with Marie Alhinho. She was a French native which made learning French really fun and always brought in the best French food from New Orleans.