Pardon the stats pun, I just submitted my Big Data midterm, and I’m pretty obsessed with the class. As a little background, K-means is a way to group people, things, etc. into “clusters” by finding the attributes they share with other members of the sample. Personally, I don’t think even Professor Taddy could build a clustering algorithm that could capture the myriad amazing attributes of Booth students. But I swear this post isn’t about stats. It’s about people.
Twelve percent of the Class of 2017 lives in South Loop, and so do I. If you are considering where to live in Chicago, South Loop is a neighborhood you should certainly consider. The neighborhood is growing and changing constantly.
For more data on where Boothies live, check out Ramiro’s post.
What/where is South Loop?
Like many new Booth students, I arrived in Chicago having left many friends and a partner in another city. I worried about how quickly I would make new friends in a school environment. I was surprised by just how quickly the bonding began. Continue reading Chicago Booth: Where Everybody Knows Your Name