By Lucy King Kellogg Cares Day is a long-standing tradition (11 years running!) for the Kellogg community. The event is always a highlight of the year as it allows Kellogg students, faculty and alumni the opportunity to come together and volunteer in the Evanston and Chicago community. This year, I had the great pleasure of… Continue reading
This year I had the great opportunity to organize Kellogg Cares Day, a one-day community service event for Kellogg students, faculty and staff. This was the 10th year the Kellogg community came together to help out the surrounding Evanston and Chicago area, and it proved to be a truly valuable experience.
“Life is a succession of lessons which must be lived to be understood.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson My exchange session at Kellogg has come to an end, and my MBA journey finishes here too. Now I can say that my time at Kellogg will be always remembered, as a lesson learned, greatly lived. I chose… Continue reading
So where do we live in America? It’s this cozy suburb of the metropolitan city of Chicago called—just Evanston. Snug away from the hustle bustle of the city, it’s a quiet town that houses Northwestern University. The Kellogg School of Management is located very close to downtown Evanston, and if you happen to live in… Continue reading
In June 2013, over 100 students arrived on the Evanston campus to begin their journeys through Kellogg’s one-year MBA program. Less than two months later, we caught up with 1Y students Hyoungjun Park and Emily Kiernan to talk about their experiences thus far. Here is what they had to say: On the Location The Evanston campus is… Continue reading
The most dreaded time of year has come! Since I moved to Evanston, my friends and I always talked about winter time. We wanted, first, to understand the proper winter gear but were also curious about the possible activities this time of the year. I was afraid of the winter since I have never lived… Continue reading