For those who say you can’t mix business and romance, we offer ample proof to the contrary. Three couples from the classes of 2003, 2004 and 2011 share their McCombs memories and stories of life and love.
Growth, higher visibility and expansion on the career front greet this entrepreneurship powerhouse for 2013.
Love is Love is an annual, weeklong campaign for awareness and support for LGBT community both at Darden and in the workplace. The power of its message is its simplicity: Regardless of gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity or religion, all relationships are equal. This year, Love is Love was sponsored by Johnson & Johnson and Target and included the following events: First Coffee: Professor Martin Davidson and leadership from Gays, Lesbians and Allies at Darden shared [...]
Question: I was wondering how long after one interviews can they expect to hear a decision? I know some schools give rolling decisions, while others provide decisions at an established date. Could you kindly provide some insight here? Answer: We have a specific date to release our decisions. For Round 2 that date is 20 March. All the decisions will be released together. Question: I know some invitations for interviews have been sent at different [...]
Congrats to all you November round admits! I still remember the day of the admissions call with quite a bit of clarity. While thoughtfully deciding between the coffee selection over the office Keurig machine I convinced myself that even if a call was coming it likely would be later in the day. Therefore I should just spend my morning getting work done (ie googling a long list of things I have always wondered about, really no work [...]
My name is Maren Layton. My husband, Ryan, is a T’13. We live in Sachem Village with our two tiny tuckies, Leah (age 6), and Kate (will be 1 in May). Though we never expected to live in New Hampshire, we have LOVED our time in the Upper Valley and are really sad that it is coming to an end! Ryan has accepted a position to work for John Deere after graduation so we are [...]
The spread of the atom bomb is becoming like a networked multinational corporation, according to Professor Paul Bracken, author of The Second Nuclear Age.