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Tepper’s Rankings and What That Means to Me

Yesterday was a big day for the Tepper community! Businessweek’s 2017 MBA rankings came out with good news for us. As the Marketing Officer for the Full-Time program, I actually heard the news a couple of hours before it was released to everyone else so I could help push the news when Dean Dammon made […]

Our Big, Fat Tepper Indian Party – Diwali 2017

From the performances, fashion show, food, and dance party, this year’s Diwali Party, hosted by SABA, was a blast and reminiscent of an Indian wedding.  Just see for yourself in these pictures! If you end up going to Tepper, you become one big family so you will more than likely be invited to attend one […]

High school seniors: it’s okay not to know what you want to do.

‘Tis the season for Common Application. High school seniors everywhere are frantically applying to colleges and are all faced with one grappling question: “What do you want to do with your life?” Growing up, I was so sure I wanted to become a medical doctor, just like all of my uncles. I would go through […]

Congratulations to CMU INFORMS Student Chapter!

Congratulations to the CMU INFORMS Student Chapter for winning the INFORMS 2017 Student Chapter Annual Magna cum laude Award!  

Teamwork Makes the Dream Work

We are one week into Mini 2 and I wanted to offer some insights into what to expect this mini as a 1st year. We like to tell everyone that Mini 2 is the craziest mini yet because on campus recruiting (OCR) begins and it’s a whole different adjustment after surviving Mini 1. Personally, Mini […]

The Undergraduate Marketing Organization presents: Marketing Week

Marketing Week

The Undergraduate Marketing Organization (UMO) is a collegiate chapter in the American Marketing Association that aims to provide students professional opportunities of educational, social, and real-world projects to explore marketing and business. Students in UMO come from a variety of majors, including business administration, decision science, statistics, economics, and many more. UMO hosted its annual […]

A Tale of Two Mini 1s

Now that Mini 1 has come to an end, I thought I would take some time to reflect on Mini 1 as a first year vs. second year because my experiences were completely different. I’m not sure if Mini 1 last year was the toughest mini but it definitely falls in the Top 3. I […]

The “Nontraditional Candidate”

Over the summer, I got the following LinkedIn message from an incoming student: If you know anything about me, I am about as far from “mathy analytical juggernaut” as you can get. I studied English, theater, and art in college; I haven’t taken a math class since high school and to this day I avoid […]