Last year, The Oppy reached out to other business school newspapers around the country to get a sense of how they’re running their papers. After meeting with several editors-in-chief from MBA programs, we decided to form a coalition with a small but growing group of top graduate business schools. We are going to share some of their best articles from their monthly issues.
For March, we have ChiBus, the newspaper from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
Some of their more interesting reads:
As we slowly emerge from the shadow of the pandemic, Booth students interview The Economist’s Callum Williams to understand more about the major trends that will shape the future of work post Covid.
CB Capital is a Chicago Booth student-run investment club that invests in entrepreneurs within the Booth student and alumni network. It recently had a successful first close where 70+ investors, both current students and alumni, participated, helping exceed its initial first close target of $500K.
We also talked to Harvard Business School’s newspaper, The Harbus.
In their last issue, their more prominent articles were…
HBS student, Daniel Schmid (MBA ’22) talks about how his family’s vineyard in Austria, Schmid, is bringing new ideas to an old industry, and incorporating sustainability and innovative hiring practices while promoting growth.
MBA student and co-founder of startup 44.01 Karan Khimji provides insight into how carbon capture and storage as an instrumental tool for achieving net zero. 44.01 recently received a $5M round of funding for its innovative approach to permanent carbon storage.