How to Change the World: Final Musings of a Haas Senior

  There were a few options I had for my last topic here on the Haas blog. I could've written about friendships; creating memories; how college was the best four years of my life. Don't get me wrong, there is a lot I have to say about those things. But those rosy and optimistic topics …

So you want to be an investment banker? (Or accountant, or consultant)?

As the summer nears, many juniors at Haas are beginning to worry about their summer internship and how to do well. I know there were many instances in which I freaked out before last summer, and I’m sure many of you have the same questions: How do I get an offer? Are the hours as …

The Difference Between Movement and Progress

The following is my perspective on (what I believe to be) the biggest problem with students at Haas. At Haas, we don’t seem to understand the difference between movement and progress. I’ll explain. Imagine you are hiking up a mountain. If your strategy to get to the top of this mountain was to simply move, …

How To Break The Rules And Get Away With It

  Food for thought: To do extraordinary things, you cannot simply follow the ordinary paths of other people. This semester, I’ve been experiencing an identity crisis between being a rule follower or a rule breaker. I’ve found myself repeating the phrase, “I’m not doing what I’m supposed to be doing”, too much. And for me, …