BA, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Greater New Orleans area
Jacques Imo’s and Felix’s Oyster House
I purchased two pieces of pottery at the Student Christmas Art Sale over twenty years ago. Throughout my many moves across the South, those two vases always prominently displayed! I would look at them and have fond memories of my life when I worked in the Admissions Office at Tulane. The vases remind me that I own a piece of history (Newcomb Pottery) and of the rich creative history of Newcomb College. I keep one in my office, so feel free to stop by and have a look when you visit campus!
My first Jazz Fest was such an amazing experience and one I will never forget! I love there is always a FESTIVAL going on somewhere! Whether is the Crawfish Festival, Essence Fest or Jazz Fest, the people of New Orleans love to get together, eat good food, listen to music and dance. The locals have so much pride in their city, know how to celebrate life and share their passion for Louisiana culture with newcomers.
These are my top three tips/pet-peeves about the college search process not only as an admission profession but from the perspective of a former college counselor as well: