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Stern Somebody Presents: Raymond Liang

It is my utmost pleasure to present to you Raymond Liang, who is our feature for this month’s “Stern Somebody.” 

Ray is a first-generation Taiwanese-American who was born in Queens, but has spent most of his life on Long Island. He is already a very accomplished young man, having earned a Bachelor’s and Master’s, prior to starting the full-time program at Stern in 2018. Before Stern he worked in Real Estate Valuation at a commercial bank. He is graduating this May and isn’t even 30 yet. To make matters worse, I mean, better, he is starting law school this fall with a plan to focus on entertainment law.…

Stern Somebody: International Man of Mystery…and Analytics

The Oppy staff is proud to continue a new feature for the paper called “Stern Somebody” to tell the stories of remarkable classmates and how they became the exceptional people that they are today.

One of my favorite parts of Stern is discovering the fascinating backgrounds of my classmates. Henry Marsh, aka Hank, is, without doubt, one of the most interesting. This hilarious fellowBlock 2-er has a sharp wit he frequently shares with the class, as well as a passion for fine alcohol and analytics. What many of us do not know is that Hank has lived all around the world, attended high school in London, and spent two years teaching English in rural China after studying religion in Colorado. …

Stern Somebody: From the Field to the Classroom

The Oppy staff is proud to continue a new feature for the paper called “Stern Somebody” to tell the stories of remarkable classmates and how they became the exceptional people that they are today.

All members of the Stern community hope to overcome professional challenges. For most of us, that doesn’t typically require forcibly pushing around 300-pound men. Nnamdi Obukwelu is an exception. After a decorated college football career as a defensive lineman for Harvard, Obukwelu fulfilled a childhood dream by signing as an undrafted free agent with the NFL’s Indianapolis Colts in 2014. Later that year, Obukwelu retired due to back injuries.…

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