This is the second post of a two-part series, the first of which can be found here.
heard from me, I was gearing up to jet off to India along with 15 of my
classmates as part of the Global Social Impact Practicum (GSIP), an
experiential course at Booth in which students explore how social innovation
can help solve some of India’s biggest challenges. As a brief recap, my group is
partnering with a team at the Pritzker School of Medicine that has developed an
oral cancer screening and diagnostic kit that they hope to bring to market in
Continue reading the world is your classroom: global social impact practicum (part II)
‘Twas the night before ski trip, when all through the Loop,
Continue reading The Night Before Ski Trip
All the skiers were prepping to leave as a group;
The bags were packed tight to avoid baggage fees,
Snowsuits, jackets, and mittens to make sure they don’t freeze.
As Fall Quarter wraps up, most Boothies are gearing up for some much needed rest and relaxation. For fifteen of my classmates and me, however, our term is not quite over. Once our finals are complete this week, we will jet off to India as part of the Global Social Impact Practicum (GSIP), a class at Booth that marries innovation with social impact in an emerging market. The course is facilitated by the Rustandy Center for Social Sector Innovation, Booth’s destination for those committed to helping solve complex social and environmental problems.
Continue reading The World is Your Classroom: Global Social Impact Practicum (Part I)
Immediately after the aircraft touched down in Lima, loud chanting and song broke out across the plane. After seeing the confused look on my face, the gentleman next to me kindly explained that millions from across South America were currently flying into Lima for the biggest soccer match of the year – the Copa Libertadores final. He suspected that the energy in Lima would be electric – and that the customs lines would be very long.
Continue reading a boothie thanksgiving: 10 days across peru
Any Chicagoan knows that after spending some time in the city, you learn to embrace all four seasons. And yes, that even includes winter. This mentality is what has allowed the Booth Soccer Club to be one of the most vibrant and thriving communities on campus—we find ways to embrace the sport no matter the weather.
Continue reading A weekend at the UCLA Intramural Soccer tournament!