Last weekend was weird in North East. A major snow storm was expected. They even gave it a name – Nemo. Many offices in NYC were closed and events cancelled, Massachusetts even administered curfew. Ironically, me and my classmates participated in case competition at Columbia and anyway headed to NYC. Well, the snowstorm did hit the North-East and NYC in particular, but in my perception was not that bad. I personally was amazed how efficiently [...]

Hanover may be small, but we still have our share of options for good food.  Nearby West Lebanon has several well-known chains like Chili’s and Panera Bread– we even just got a Five Guys Burgers in town! But Hanover also has many yummy options for locally-owned restaurants (go here to see list of a T’12′s favorite foods from local eateries). Zach and I really enjoyed our visit to Market Table a while back, and Lou’s [...]

Hanover may be small, but we still have our share of options for good food.  Nearby West Lebanon has several well-known chains like Chili’s and Panera Bread– we even just got a Five Guys Burgers in town! But Hanover also has many yummy options for locally-owned restaurants (go here to see list of a T’12′s favorite foods from local eateries). Zach and I really enjoyed our visit to Market Table a while back, and Lou’s [...]

Hanover may be small, but we still have our share of options for good food.  Nearby West Lebanon has several well-known chains like Chili’s and Panera Bread– we even just got a Five Guys Burgers in town! But Hanover also has many yummy options for locally-owned restaurants (go here to see list of a T’12′s favorite foods from local eateries). Zach and I really enjoyed our visit to Market Table a while back, and Lou’s [...]

Hanover may be small, but we still have our share of options for good food.  Nearby West Lebanon has several well-known chains like Chili’s and Panera Bread– we even just got a Five Guys Burgers in town! But Hanover also has many yummy options for locally-owned restaurants (go here to see list of a T’12′s favorite foods from local eateries). Zach and I really enjoyed our visit to Market Table a while back, and Lou’s [...]

For the first time ever, Stanford GSB held an information session in Chengdu, Sichuan Province, a vibrant modern city of 14 million people and a key inland Chinese metropolis with offices of major Fortune 500 companies. It all started when Paul Chen, a first-year MBA from Chengdu, offered to hold an event for us when he was home for the winter school break. Over 160 prospective applicants turned out at the Shangri-La Hotel to hear [...]

For the first time ever, Stanford GSB held an information session in Chengdu, Sichuan Province, a vibrant modern city of 14 million people and a key inland Chinese metropolis with offices of major Fortune 500 companies. It all started when Paul Chen, a first-year MBA from Chengdu, offered to hold an event for us when he was home for the winter school break. Over 160 prospective applicants turned out at the Shangri-La Hotel to hear [...]

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