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Has anyone heard anything from Duke since they interviewed?

I did the open interview back in September and applied in Oct, but it feels sorta strange having no correspondence with the school since then. (Can you tell my nerves are getting the better of me?)

Also, good luck everyone!!!


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FROM Fuqua Student Blogs: Best 5 Meals I’ve Had in Durham
Since time is such a precious commodity in business school, meals occasionally translate to brief pit stops for sustenance rather than a chance to savor high quality, creative cuisine with classmates, family, and friends. Over my first three months at Fuqua, I have managed to dispose of what little disposable income I have at restaurants throughout Durham’s vibrant foodie scene.

Here are five meals, in no particular order, that have fed the body and nurtured the soul:

1. NanaTaco: Crispy Pork Belly Tacos
About 15 minutes south of campus, NanaTaco is a popular haunt of Fuquans in search of high-quality, modern Mexican fare in a casual setting. NanaTaco’s recipe for success is simple—fresh ingredients prepared well and served quickly. While you can choose between about a dozen proteins for your taco, I invariably opt for the study in contrasts that is the crispy local pork belly—crunchy and flavorful on the outside, but rich and unctuous on the inside. When paired with an order of their cotija-topped Mexican street corn and a Michelada (a tomato-based beer cocktail for those so inclined), NanaTaco can transport you to another world.

2. M Sushi: Sushi and Sashimi
https://blogs.fuqua.duke.edu/duke-mba/w ... 00x300.jpg
An eel dish at M Sushi
If you don’t associate the center of North Carolina with top-notch sushi, you haven’t visited M Sushi. Set in sleek, subterranean digs in downtown Durham, M Sushi pairs the freshest of fish available with the simplest of preparations. Inventive small plates can be great for groups, while the grand omakase (chef’s tasting menu) will please the most particular and adventurous of sushi purists. Afterward, stop by the rooftop patio of the Durham Hotel next door for a nightcap and a panoramic view of the Bull City.

3. Guglhupf: Pancakes
Arrive early or expect a wait at this German-influenced café, bakery, and restaurant about 10 minutes away from campus. While some customers come for the schnitzel or homemade bratwurst, our family spends Sunday mornings on Guglhupf’s outdoor patio eating the best pancakes in The Triangle area. Light and airy, their pancakes are always moist in the middle and full of flavor, even before our three-year-old pours the entire cup of syrup on the plate.

4. KoKyu Na’Mean: Belly Banh
https://blogs.fuqua.duke.edu/duke-mba/w ... 5x300.jpeg
Na’Mean’s Belly Banh sandwich
Tucked away in an otherwise nondescript strip mall, Na’Mean (a brick-and-mortar spinoff of the popular KoKyu food truck) offers modern, innovative takes on the traditional sandwich. During the week, lunchtime loyals queue up early to enjoy oversized portions amid graffiti-stained walls and affable service. The sandwich shop’s reimagining of the meatball hero includes ancho chili sauce and lime crema, and their grilled cheese gets a Korean twist thanks to spicy red kimchi and ssamjang dip. While playfulness permeates the standard menu and the daily specials, I recommend one of their simpler offerings: the Belly Banh. In this version of the Vietnamese Banh Mi, Na’Mean stuffs crusty bread with crisp, pickled vegetables, huge slices of tender pork, and homemade chili sauce.

5. Durham Food Truck Rodeo: A Little Bit of Everything
While we may be pushing the limits of what constitutes a meal, the massive Food Truck Rodeo in Durham’s Central Park is an absolute must-visit. A few Sundays every year, several dozen food trucks descend into Durham’s downtown and set up shop. Hundreds of visitors walk the streets, listen to music, and test the capacities of their stomachs. During October’s iteration, we sampled lobster rolls, tostones (fried plantains), spicy pork dumplings, ice cream, and more. No Durham experience more perfectly encapsulates the incredible diversity of cuisines in the Triangle. You will not go hungry.

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FROM Fuqua Student Blogs: Best 5 Meals I’ve Had in Durham
Since time is such a precious commodity in business school, meals occasionally translate to brief pit stops for sustenance rather than a chance to savor high quality, creative cuisine with classmates, family, and friends. Over my first three months at Fuqua, I have managed to dispose of what little disposable income I have at restaurants throughout Durham’s vibrant foodie scene.

Here are five meals, in no particular order, that have fed the body and nurtured the soul:

1. NanaTaco: Crispy Pork Belly Tacos
About 15 minutes south of campus, NanaTaco is a popular haunt of Fuquans in search of high-quality, modern Mexican fare in a casual setting. NanaTaco’s recipe for success is simple—fresh ingredients prepared well and served quickly. While you can choose between about a dozen proteins for your taco, I invariably opt for the study in contrasts that is the crispy local pork belly—crunchy and flavorful on the outside, but rich and unctuous on the inside. When paired with an order of their cotija-topped Mexican street corn and a Michelada (a tomato-based beer cocktail for those so inclined), NanaTaco can transport you to another world.

2. M Sushi: Sushi and Sashimi
https://blogs.fuqua.duke.edu/duke-mba/w ... 00x300.jpg
An eel dish at M Sushi
If you don’t associate the center of North Carolina with top-notch sushi, you haven’t visited M Sushi. Set in sleek, subterranean digs in downtown Durham, M Sushi pairs the freshest of fish available with the simplest of preparations. Inventive small plates can be great for groups, while the grand omakase (chef’s tasting menu) will please the most particular and adventurous of sushi purists. Afterward, stop by the rooftop patio of the Durham Hotel next door for a nightcap and a panoramic view of the Bull City.

3. Guglhupf: Pancakes
Arrive early or expect a wait at this German-influenced café, bakery, and restaurant about 10 minutes away from campus. While some customers come for the schnitzel or homemade bratwurst, our family spends Sunday mornings on Guglhupf’s outdoor patio eating the best pancakes in The Triangle area. Light and airy, their pancakes are always moist in the middle and full of flavor, even before our three-year-old pours the entire cup of syrup on the plate.

4. KoKyu Na’Mean: Belly Banh
https://blogs.fuqua.duke.edu/duke-mba/w ... 5x300.jpeg
Na’Mean’s Belly Banh sandwich
Tucked away in an otherwise nondescript strip mall, Na’Mean (a brick-and-mortar spinoff of the popular KoKyu food truck) offers modern, innovative takes on the traditional sandwich. During the week, lunchtime loyals queue up early to enjoy oversized portions amid graffiti-stained walls and affable service. The sandwich shop’s reimagining of the meatball hero includes ancho chili sauce and lime crema, and their grilled cheese gets a Korean twist thanks to spicy red kimchi and ssamjang dip. While playfulness permeates the standard menu and the daily specials, I recommend one of their simpler offerings: the Belly Banh. In this version of the Vietnamese Banh Mi, Na’Mean stuffs crusty bread with crisp, pickled vegetables, huge slices of tender pork, and homemade chili sauce.

5. Durham Food Truck Rodeo: A Little Bit of Everything
While we may be pushing the limits of what constitutes a meal, the massive Food Truck Rodeo in Durham’s Central Park is an absolute must-visit. A few Sundays every year, several dozen food trucks descend into Durham’s downtown and set up shop. Hundreds of visitors walk the streets, listen to music, and test the capacities of their stomachs. During October’s iteration, we sampled lobster rolls, tostones (fried plantains), spicy pork dumplings, ice cream, and more. No Durham experience more perfectly encapsulates the incredible diversity of cuisines in the Triangle. You will not go hungry.

The post Best 5 Meals I’ve Had in Durham appeared first on Duke Daytime MBA Student Blog.
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I did the open interview as well and I've heard nothing except the regular emails from admissions

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I did the open interview as well and I've heard nothing except the regular emails from admissions


Thanks! Good luck this Friday!


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They sent an email yesterday and my heart stopped, but it was basically to tell us that we'll be able to view our decisions next Friday. Good luck everyone!

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Hi All

All the best for those who are waiting anxiously for their results!! :thumbup:

I am yet another aspirant and planning to apply to Duke-Daytime MBA in R3

I just want to know how many offers have been rolled out till date. :-D

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One of the current students during my interview told me that they call admitted students the day before the decisions are released. Anyone know if this is true or if they are just all trying to destroy any semblance of productivity on Thursday.

Either way, good luck to all!

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One of the current students during my interview told me that they call admitted students the day before the decisions are released. Anyone know if this is true or if they are just all trying to destroy any semblance of productivity on Thursday.

Either way, good luck to all!


I don't know for certain, but I don't think that's correct. I talked to a recent Fuqua grad today at work who told me that they received the call on decision day, as opposed to receiving the call beforehand. Said they didn't know of anyone who was notified before the official decision release day.

I do know that Kenan-Flagler calls started happening before the official release day. Caused my friend a great deal of anxiety until he received his call :P

Good luck to all. I genuinely hope we all receive good news!

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One of the current students during my interview told me that they call admitted students the day before the decisions are released. Anyone know if this is true or if they are just all trying to destroy any semblance of productivity on Thursday.

Either way, good luck to all!



Dont think so.. I am a re applicant and followed this forum closely last year around decision time. I think everyone got calls throughout the day not the day before. Phone calls started around 7AM EST and started dying down around 3PM...

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One of the current students during my interview told me that they call admitted students the day before the decisions are released. Anyone know if this is true or if they are just all trying to destroy any semblance of productivity on Thursday.

Either way, good luck to all!



Dont think so.. I am a re applicant and followed this forum closely last year around decision time. I think everyone got calls throughout the day not the day before. Phone calls started around 7AM EST and started dying down around 3PM...


Thanks for the response and makes sense. Was kind of hoping they would call Thursday just to know quicker but I guess we will have to wait (which is unfortunately rather difficult).

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Anyone else know if calls are today? And when they could start?

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Anyone else know if calls are today? And when they could start?


No calls today. They will start tomorrow if the past is any indication.

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I wish I was brave enough to just call them today and ask if calls would start today or tomorrow.

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BlueVBall8 wrote:
One of the current students during my interview told me that they call admitted students the day before the decisions are released. Anyone know if this is true or if they are just all trying to destroy any semblance of productivity on Thursday.

Either way, good luck to all!



Dont think so.. I am a re applicant and followed this forum closely last year around decision time. I think everyone got calls throughout the day not the day before. Phone calls started around 7AM EST and started dying down around 3PM...


Thanks for the response and makes sense. Was kind of hoping they would call Thursday just to know quicker but I guess we will have to wait (which is unfortunately rather difficult).


There could be one indication...
Last year, some people (all who eventually got admitted from what I can tell) noticed that they had a to-do item in the SISS portal (to fill out FAFSA) on decision day prior to their call. I was WL so no to-do item for me but for others it seemed to be a 'smoking gun.' If you wake up tomorrow to a to-do list item in SISS, I would be optimistic.

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Anyone see anyone on their TO DO module on SISS? I don't.

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Anyone see anyone on their TO DO module on SISS? I don't.



Did not start occurring until day-of the calls, so I doubt you'll see it today.

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FROM Fuqua Student Blogs: 5 Tips to Make the Most of Your Campus Visit
I have been involved with the Admissions Ambassador program since my first year at Fuqua. I decided to be part of the program because I love meeting prospective students and sharing why I love Fuqua.

Here are some tips to make the most out of your campus visit:

1. Spend Time in the Admissions Lounge
  • During your campus visit you will have the unique opportunity to ask questions to understand if Fuqua is the right place for you. Before you arrive, prepare questions for the students you’ll meet that will help you determine if Fuqua is a good fit for you and why. Keep reading, questions tips below!
  • Learn about the paired principles, how students have exemplified them, and start to think how you will impact the community should you decide to enroll at Fuqua.
  • After your visit, connect with the students you meet during it. Networking will be a huge part of your experience, and establishing relationships early will be useful.
  • Sign up for the daily group meet and greet with an admissions officer. The admissions officers are available to share insights on the application process and answer group questions.
  • Learn how to pronounce Fuqua correctly!
2. Sign Up for the Tour & Lunch
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The paired principle wall celebrating student’s impact at Fuqua
  • Check out the team rooms, the Ford Library, hall of flags, Paired Principles wall, Fox Center, and Winter Garden.
  • As a business school student at Duke, you will spend most of your time in the Fuqua building. Make sure you sign up to tour the facilities. You will be able to ask your tour guide questions so have some prepared.
3. Visit a Class
  • Fuqua has unique classroom norms which are intended to maximize the classroom experience. Some of the norms include being in your seat ready to go at the time class starts, no food, and no technology devices.
  • If experiencing classroom culture is important to you, consider coming on a weekday when classes are in session rather than a weekend visit.
  • If visiting in the fall, you will be able to sit in core classes where as in the spring, most classes are electives.

Why Fuqua? because Ronnie Chatterji is by far the most engaging brightest professor and his research in CEO activism is awesome! Check out his research ! @dukefuqua #whymba

A photo posted by Natalia Suarez (@natisuar) on Feb 10, 2016 at 12:26pm PST

4. Other Recommended Activities
  • Consider visiting on a Friday and staying for Fuqua Friday. Fuqua Friday is a great time for MBA students, partners, faculty, and professors to get together socially and catch up on the week. You will be able to enjoy dinner and drinks (I will say the family room where the kids play has the best chicken fingers).
  • Set up an informal coffee chat with Association of Women in Business (AWIB).
  • Meet and greet with the Health Sector Management (HSM) Club and HSM students (Friday only).
5. Questions
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Students have lunch in the Fox Center
  • Ask, Ask, Ask! Visiting campus allows you to truly understand if Fuqua is the right place for you. Make sure you ask a lot of questions.
  • Here are some samples:
    • Most business schools are off on Friday, but Fuqua is off on Wednesday. What are the benefits of not having class on Wednesday?
    • How do Professors engage with students outside of the classroom?
    • What are the benefits of the classroom norms? Do you enjoy the no technology while class is in session norm?
    • How do the professional clubs or Career Management Center help students successfully complete the recruiting process?
    • Where do students live? What do you do for fun in Durham?
    • How does Fuqua ?
    • How is working with a Consequential Leadership Team (C-LEAD Team) preparing you to become a business leader?
We love hosting visitors at Fuqua and hope you enjoy your time. Overall tips: arrive early, make sure you are in the lounge 15 minutes before each scheduled activity, and come prepared to ask questions to understand if Fuqua is the place for you!

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They only call on the date mentioned on the site. Everybody on the EA round admit list got their calls on the date mentioned..as far as I know.

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