By: Reid Tileston | april, 2014
The second years of the Public Speaking and Communication Group (PSCG) started a tradition that they hope will go on for many years to come; the 1st Annual BS competition held last Tuesday at Howell & Hood. 15 teams (5 ultra-brave individuals and 10 two person teams) competed for the crown of the master Booth BSer, “we were expecting 50 to 75 people and over 350 showed up” according to PSCG co-chair Felisha Liu, “the initial bar tab of $1,100 was reached before the presenters began” with the final bar tab being $2,996.
By: Ryuk Byun '15 | april, 2014
Interview with Dean George Andrews, Associate Dean for the Evening MBA and the Weekend MBA Programs
By: ChiBus Staff | april, 2014
Business Solutions Group has decided it’s time to update itself with a new look. The Chicago Booth student group commonly referred to as “BSG” has been matching teams of first-year students with hands-on consulting projects for years. That much isn’t changing. What is changing is the name, and with it, a bump in the star power of clients the group attracts.
By: Sean Newton '15 | april, 2014
There are too many people at this school. It can be hard to stand out among the sea of privileged elites. To help you differentiate yourself this quarter, here are our Top 9 Ways to Get Noticed at Booth.
By: Svitlana and Tetiana Kholevan '15 | april, 2014
We are very happy to study at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business with students from different countries. We have never lived in such a multinational environment and now we understand that this is a very educational and enriching opportunity. We have learned about the backgrounds of people from different parts of our world—their culture, lives, traditions. This has allowed us to broaden our view and deepen our understanding of the world.