As a new student at Booth, there’s a lot to figure out. Classes, meeting people, the classroom level in the Harper Center – each of these has a learning curve that takes time and energy away from other important things. Things like figuring out what’s actually available to eat at Gleacher or on campus, where to get a “frosty beverage” after class, and how to get around Chicago. To that end, I’ve created a guide focusing on the things at Booth and in Chicago that any Booth student, or person considering attending Booth, should know about. Almost exclusively, these are things that I wish I had known about sooner.
I’m a seasoned First Day volunteer and I jump at every other opportunity to talk with prospective students about Booth. So, I’m very familiar with the kinds of questions prospective Booth students have. In this post, I have made an attempt to answer the most frequented asked questions with regard to Chicago living. Continue reading Prospective Student FAQ, Part I: Chicago Living
Do you know the names of the three musicians who passed away the “Day the Music Died?”
Or maybe the most-searched for thing/person is 2014?
Or even how much a Playboy Playmate of the Month gets paid?
If so, Boothies in the South Loop would love to have you on our trivia team! And if you want to guess (don’t cheat!), post in the comments and in a couple weeks I’ll let you know if you’re right!
Before the official school year starts, almost 300 first year Boothies and partners will be led by a group of second years on trips around the world. These incredible trips—Random Walks—are a way to bond and grow friendships in the Booth community before the start of classes. Random Walks usually end up being one of the most memorable moments of your MBA.
As a Part 2 to Suzi’s post earlier this week, I thought it would be helpful to the introverts amongst us (myself included) to read about all the different ways that the Booth community officially facilitates community. Specifically, getting to know the clubs and teams that a student can join and meet people who share the same interests, hobbies and love for Pitch Perfect. (Ok, maybe the last is just me.)