As President Obama’s second inauguration (hopefully featuring a second fabulous hat) approaches, it’s a good time to reflect on how lucky I was to be a member of the Kellogg community during this important time in our country’s history. In the months leading up to the election, Kellogg offered a multitude of ways to engage… Continue reading

Recapping Kellogg Cares’ Fall Quarter

The fall quarter was a busy one for Kellogg Cares (formerly Kellogg Volunteers), Kellogg’s student volunteer organization. Kellogg Cares welcomed five new student officers to the leadership team, participated in the school-wide Kellogg Cares Day in early October and brought a wide variety of volunteer events to Kellogg. On October 29, Kellogg Cares partnered with… Continue reading

The End of the First Quarter

It’s finally here. It’s what we’ve all been preparing for over the past 10 weeks – finals! That means the study rooms are inevitably packed, and people are partying studying at Jacobs until all hours of the night (after getting there at 9 o’clock in the morning). In fact, one of my favorite Facebook posts from this past week… Continue reading

It’s the Kellogg Way

…But for many of their children, the sprawling urban zone of more than 450,000 people, including almost 32,000 registered internally displaced people, is a social, educational and careers dead end… — UN Refugee Agency, 2010 Of all the choices of the world’s best business schools to attend for my MBA, I chose Kellogg. For me, one reason was… Continue reading