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March 10, 2014

Archives >> March 10, 2014 >> Perspective

Sorry We’re Not Sorry

By: Jessica Leigh Neufeld ‘15  |  march, 2014

Canadians are one of the most underrepresented minorities in the world. We simply blend in, trying not to offend. I bet you didn’t even know we are at least a dozen strong here at Booth.

Think Tinder Cuts to the chase? Try Business School

By: Anonymous ‘15  |  march, 2014

After exchanging a few pleasantries I found myself in a cozy restaurant with a tall, dark, and handsome guy with a career Boothies would kill for. Exactly what a girl wants, right? And all it took was one right swipe.

Community and Coding: A Booth Hacks Retrospective

By: Pratyush Rastogi ‘15  |  march, 2014

"Well MBAs are useful to startups because you know how to sell...if you're an MBA who can code then you're even more useful. And if you don't know how to code... f'n learn how to code!" The above quote, which was passionately stated to us during a meeting with a Booth alumnus who was running a healthcare technology startup, had a profound effect on Jake Walker and me. Within 20 minutes of leaving that meeting we had a name and a plan - Booth Hacks, an 8 week course that teaches Booth students the basics of coding. We thought students would love it because they could finally understand developers, be more useful to employers, and create mockups for their products/websites when launching their startups.