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How to make the most out of a Sunday visit to Boston->Sloan

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How to make the most out of a Sunday visit to Boston->Sloan [#permalink] New post 25 Sep 2011, 21:08
Hello, I am visiting Tuck for an applicant initiated interview on a Monday, so was going to fly to Boston on Sunday and then drive over to Hanover. To whatever extent possible, I want to utilize this opportunity to visit MIT. The day being Sunday and no events available in any school on Sundays, i was wondering what one can do to make the most of a Sunday visit, other than experiencing the facility.

How can I find Sloan alumni? to atleast try to be able to speak to them in-person

What else can I do?

Thanks a lot for helping out!
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Re: How to make the most out of a Sunday visit to Boston->Sloan [#permalink] New post 28 Sep 2011, 15:14
I'm sure there are alumni contact details on their site. Get in touch with admission cell, they will fix you up with someone.

If you want to do non-MBA stuff, then there are plenty of good-things-to-do in Boston. Visit Harvard, take Harvard Historical tour, walk down the freedom trail, visit New Englad aquarium, Museum of Science, Museum of fine arts, Go for a ball game in Fenway park, Take whale watching or sundet tour from Long Wharf, Get Segway tour of Boston downtown, Shop and dine on Newbury street or Quincy market!!


Lol, I sound like a travel agent! But can't help, I love Boston!!
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Re: How to make the most out of a Sunday visit to Boston->Sloan [#permalink] New post 28 Sep 2011, 18:05
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I'm sure there are alumni contact details on their site. Get in touch with admission cell, they will fix you up with someone.
If you want to do non-MBA stuff, then there are plenty of good-things-to-do in Boston. Visit Harvard, take Harvard Historical tour, walk down the freedom trail, visit New Englad aquarium, Museum of Science, Museum of fine arts, Go for a ball game in Fenway park, Take whale watching or sundet tour from Long Wharf, Get Segway tour of Boston downtown, Shop and dine on Newbury street or Quincy market!!
Lol, I sound like a travel agent! But can't help, I love Boston!!


Thanks! Your tips on Boston sight-seeing sound great, will try to catch a few things while I can.
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