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Waiting to board

By Helen Ip   |   8/22/2008
Today was the last day of my summer internship. I'm sitting at gate 7 in a JFK airport terminal. My flight is delayed. I am hungry. But I have too many things (two backpacks, one guitar, and an enormous umbrell...

Summer is almost over

By haasschoolofbusiness   |   8/05/2008
There is talk of Math Camp among the first-years, and many of us second-years are wrapping up our internships.

Running

By haasschoolofbusiness   |   7/08/2008
After sitting in front of my laptop for way too long today, I decided I had to stop working to go for a run:

Vacation? No, this is my internship.

By haasschoolofbusiness   |   7/07/2008
I know my blog posts are starting to look like I am on vacation, but during the week I am actually busy working. After a very interesting week in Milan with a great team, I spent the weekend at nearby Lago ...

Underdressed

By haasschoolofbusiness   |   7/03/2008
Coming to Milan I had expected that people here would wear business casual just like in most of our other offices in the world. But on Monday morning, as I was walking from my hotel to the office, I already not...

Summer update: Spain 1 - Germany 0

By haasschoolofbusiness   |   7/01/2008
My summer project brought me to Milan, so instead of watching the Euro Cup final with my friends in Germany, I was wandering around Milan Sunday night to find a place to watch the game. After Italy lost their ...

Hello? Summer updates.

By haasschoolofbusiness   |   6/27/2008
I am now a third of the way through my internship. When I meet people in the office and they ask me where I work, I tell them, "I'm in marketing."

IBD is over... Let the summer begin

By haasschoolofbusiness   |   6/15/2008
We finished our IBD project in Finland and are now all off to our summer internship locations. You can read my last IBD post over at the IBD Class Blog.

It is summer...

By haasschoolofbusiness   |   5/16/2008
Congratulations to the Class of 2008!

Exhale

By haasschoolofbusiness   |   2/26/2008
Let's be honest, a major impetus for going to business school is to put yourself on a better--or at least different--professional trajectory. There is accordingly a lot of pressure (my guess is at any B-school)...