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ONE-YEAR AT GOIZUETA: PRATEEK GOEL – ENJOYING SCHOOL WHILE I STILL CAN, TIME IS RUNNING OUT FAST!

ONE-YEAR AT GOIZUETA: PRATEEK GOEL – ENJOYING SCHOOL WHILE I STILL CAN, TIME IS RUNNING OUT FAST!

I can’t believe the second semester is already half over. Time flies. At the end of the summer semester I managed to catch a quick trip to Seattle to visit my sister. While it was a relaxing trip, it was the calm before the storm. I haven’t stopped since the fall semester started. Recruiting is an equally time consuming task as is studying for classes. However, the entire journey has been accompanied by new and challenging experiences, new team members, exploring new and exciting places. I went to Chicago in October and plan to do Miami in November! Integration...

SEMESTER SERIES: KATIE HULL – TEAM BUILDING WITH GOIZUETA

SEMESTER SERIES: KATIE HULL – TEAM BUILDING WITH GOIZUETA

One of the most exciting (and sometimes challenging) aspects of business school is working closely with a new team, in an often highly intensive, high stress environment. As if the first semester isn’t demanding enough, business schools up the ante by placing you in a group of 5-6 strangers with whom you’ll spend countless hours over the next four months. Getting to work closely with a new and diverse team was one aspect of business school I was most excited for, and my team did not disappoint. Our team of six represents four different countries and six different industries....

SEMESTER SERIES : RACHAEL WADDELL – Ducks Fly Together

SEMESTER SERIES : RACHAEL WADDELL – Ducks Fly Together

Two-Year MBA Orientation at Camp Twin Lakes: The first thing that I considered when I found out that were traveling to Camp Twin Lakes for two days during orientation: Will we participate in trust falls? We have all heard about the team building activities that go with a trip to camp.  Always a skeptic, I made an effort to come to Twin Lakes with an open mind and make a genuine effort to get to know my classmates and future best friends at a deeper level. I was not disappointed. All 157 of my new classmates and I made...