Category Archives: Outside the Classroom

Booth Dance takes on the IESE Spring Games

This Spring Quarter, a couple of Boothies and I had the pleasure of attending the IESE Spring Games in the beautiful city of Barcelona. For the event, IESE Business School plays host to over 1000 students from top business schools around the globe. The games take place over a weekend, where participants spend the day taking part in a variety of activities ranging from beach volleyball to badminton; and spend the night getting to know people from all over the world!

For the first time ever, the Booth team took part in the games’ dance competition.

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Best Booth Moment Series: Starting up at Booth

In the next edition of our Best Booth Moment Series, second year Nakul Gupta shares key learnings that helped him build a mentorship platform:

During my first year at Booth I was excited, more than anything else, by the sheer number of opportunities. It was intoxicating to navigate the endless stream of choices from classes and professors to talks, socials, and trips. I soaked it all in. After all, it was a special opportunity to meet so many people and cultivate deep relationships! I knew what really mattered to me the most was building a strong community and generating ideas with others that can have a positive, lasting impact.

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International Business Exchange Program: My experience studying abroad in China

Booth offers the opportunity to spend 3 months abroad as part of its International Business Exchange Program (IBEP). The list of partner schools Boothies can study at spans 5 continents and 30+ schools, including London Business School, HEC Paris, IESE (Barcelona), CEIBS (Shanghai), Sydney Business School, Wits Business School (Johannesburg), etc. I decided to take advantage of this program and use my winter quarter to explore a new part of the world…China!

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Neighborhood Spotlight Series: Andersonville

One of Chicago’s hallmarks is its 77 amazingly diverse neighborhoods, each with its own cultural history, ambiance, and personality. Chicagoans take pride in their neighborhoods, carefully choosing which to reside in and often considering their ‘hood a reflection of themselves.

Our first Neighborhood Spotlight Series post featured the lower west-side neighborhood of Pilsen. This time, we’re trekking up north to one of the most charming and friendly neighborhoods in Chicago: Andersonville.

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