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!
Continue reading Wednesday Night Trivia Showdown in the South Loop
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.)
Continue reading Chicago Booth: Where Everyone Knows Your Name (And If They Don’t, They Will), Part II
This is the first installment of a multi-part series about living in Hyde Park.
Hyde Park truly is an oasis in the middle of Chicago. The area is incredibly safe (it’s actually safer than the Loop where most students live), close to campus, and is experiencing a rennaissance in new restaurants, shops and stores. While some students may overlook the area because it’s not where the social hub of student-life resides, for those of us with families or who enjoy being able to be more judicious about our social engagements. It’s the perfect place to live. Continue reading Business School – A Family Affair: Hyde Park Living
Admit Weekend is a terrific opportunity for admitted students to experience life as a Chicago Booth MBA for a weekend. Admits learn about the Booth curriculum, tour Chicago neighborhoods, and have plenty of time to get to know their future classmates.
It takes lots of planning to make this happen, but fortunately we have a huge team of great volunteers. The students involved on the Admit Weekend Planning Committee take a “Co-Captain” role in a specific, key aspect of the Admit Weekend experience, from neighborhood and housing tours to partners’ programming.
Several of our Co-Captains offer reflections on their experiences and discuss why all admitted students should come to Admit Weekend!
Continue reading Chicago Booth Admit Weekend II: Meet Your Co-Captains!
Ever wonder what it’s like to live in Chicago? When you come to Chicago Booth for a visit, try to experience the city like a local – and let first-year Booth MBA (and Ferris Bueller aficionado) Mike Janko be your guide.
Prior to Booth, Mike worked at an entrepreneurial real estate investment firm, acting as Debt Portfolio Manager, Asset Manager, and Investment Analyst during his tenure. At Booth, Mike is a member of the Admit Weekend planning committee, Follies Creative Team, Management Consulting Group, and Ski and Snowboard Club. In his spare time, he enjoys exploring the array of neighborhoods in his native Chicago … and playing hooky once in a while.
Continue reading Ferris Boothie’s Day Off