The Inflection Point

Paying to Get Owned I’ll admit what a lot of us in business school are thinking through our first few weeks of classes, “Why am I forgoing salary and paying to get steamrolled?” I’ve generally been a decent student; working hard and working smart to get the job done. But Tuck was a completely different … Continue reading

Best of Blogging 2012 Nominee!

This weekend began with a bang! Early Friday afternoon I received an e-mail from Clear Admit that I’d been nominated for their ‘Best of Blogging 2011 – 2012’ awards with nine other distinguished pre-MBA bloggers–AWESOMENESS. Coupled with a trip to my hometown with my soon-to-be wife things really couldn’t have gotten much better. Looking back … Continue reading

Raise Your Glass to the Best

Last week, a colleague and I penned a controversial post re: The Consortium. As promised I wouldn’t leave our opinions undone and after some superb commentary from responders I want to offer some suggestions that I think would improve an organization that I wholeheartedly support and believe in. Before you read, I’d like to add … Continue reading

The Truth: The Consortium

The following posts were co-authored by The Senator and Cheetarah1980, author of an MBA Blog called “The Brain Dump”. Cheetarah1980: Let it be known that I 100% support the mission of the Consortium for Graduate School Management. Minorities are woefully underrepresented in senior level and executive management positions across all industries. Blacks, Latinos, SE Asians, … Continue reading

The Choice

So in the end it came down to the choice, three very distinct opportunities, three worthy contenders and one decision. Before I go into a detailed breakdown of each I want to say that there were some schools that I did not consider as part of the ‘final three’ simply because I knew it would … Continue reading