First Years’ Tribute To Tuck Graduates

by John A. Byrne on Print Print

Each year, the graduating class at Dartmouth College’s Tuck School of Business gathers on the front steps of Tuck Hall, the B-school’s iconic building, for the taking of a formal class photograph. The picture then joins the many photos of all the graduating classes that line the walls of Tuck Hall.

Always a memorable event, it’s a cause for celebration. In a salute to the graduating class, first-year MBA students put on a music and dance extravaganza. These are goofy, entertaining tributes that provide a glimpse of the school’s close-knit, collaborative culture.

This year’s T13 class photo, taken on May 9, was no exception. Freeform dancing, raps and a heart-felt rendition of Bill Wither’s Lean on Me were highlights.

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    “Less Racist”? So you are saying that Tuck is somewhat racist? Neither Tuck nor Ross is racist at all. You are not a real Tuckie because no real Tuckie would ever say something like this.

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