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SternSounds – Monthly Oppy Playlist

Introducing SternSounds | March 21 

A monthly playlist curated by the Stern student body, gathered and groove approved by the Stern Oppy. 

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March ‘21 Playlist

Happy almost Spring, Sternies. Going on one whole year since coronavirus knocked the earth off its rocker, I thought about turning to one of my simplest and happiest pastimes: discovering new music. I figured that if there’s one thing many people have in common, it’s enjoying listening to music of some sort, whether it’s the backdrop to working out, cooking dinner, dancing, or to fill the endless void that was 2020.…

Tales from the Couch: Lessons Learned from Virtual Recruiting

By Tyler Steil

It was a typical morning during my consulting interview season, and I was going through the same routine that I had employed all month. I had worked out, eaten breakfast, and reviewed my notes to prepare for the upcoming interview I had that day. An hour before my interview began, I started to change into my suit. I slipped on my pressed navy pants and white dress shirt. I struggled with my tie three different times until I was satisfied with the outcome of the knot, and then carefully, so as not to wrinkle the shirt, put on my coat.…

Stern Hobbies: Bookstagram

As part of our new “Stern Hobbies” series, The Oppy is taking a look at off-the-beaten-path interests among some of our classmates at Stern. If you have a hobby you would like to write or be interviewed about, please e-mail the Oppy at oppy@stern.nyu.edu. Today’s feature is a Q&A with MBA student, Natasha Raskin.

Natasha Raskin lives in two worlds, one is the world of books. Whether it’s a murder mystery, historical fiction or a biography, she has always found comfort and joy in reading. 

In the spring of 2018, Raskin and her friend, Madeleine Boyce, decided to start an Instagram account dedicated to book recommendations and reviews.…

Stern Hobbies: Culinary Arts

As part of our new “Stern Hobbies” series, The Oppy is taking a look at off-the-beaten-path interests among some of our classmates at Stern. If you have a hobby you would like to write or be interviewed about, please e-mail the Oppy at oppy@stern.nyu.edu. Today’s feature is a Q&A with MBA2 and home chef extraordinaire, Michael Jarboe.

Michael Jarboe likes to keep things spicy. While stationed in Italy as a Submarine Officer in the US Navy, Jarboe developed a passion for all things culinary and began trying to concoct the perfect chili sauce. After some trial and error, Jarboe’s Chili Crisp was born.…

The NYU Stern Fintech Conference Goes Virtual in 2021

On Friday March 5, NYU Stern’s Fubon Center for Technology, Business, and Innovation hosted Stern’s fourth annual Fintech Conference via a Virtual Zoom Webinar. The conference theme was “No Borders, No Barriers,” highlighting that technology has no passport. In line with that theme, the event featured an international slate of speakers from several countries, including the United States, Israel, India, Argentina, United Kingdom, California, and the Netherlands.

The conference was once again a smashing success with 1,200 registrants signing up for the virtual format, bringing together “top fintech scholars, forward-looking financial institutions, innovative fintech startups, and leading fintech investors” in the words of Kathleen DeRose, Director of the Fubon Fintech Initiative and Clinical Associate Professor of Finance at Stern. …

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