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2022 Fall Ball Recap

“Fall Ball was one of the swankiest parties I’ve ever attended. Between the ambiance, drinks, photo booths, and music, it was hard to not have a great time. The venue was packed, which sometimes made it hard to find friends, but even if it took a while to find who I was looking for, I ran into so many interesting conversations and groups along the way. Can’t wait for spring fling!” – Dani Elwell 

Getting that yellowtail at TAO! Last Saturday SGOV and LSG hosted Fall Ball: Dress to the nines at TAO Downtown. 

This was a momentous event. Finally after this long pandemic, we are back to co-hosting events!…

Oppy Recs: Spooky Szn Activities

There’s no time quite like fall in New York City, and with that comes the variety of activities one can partake in to enjoy the crisp weather, the pumpkins, and overall fall ~vibes~. Read below for some fun things to do to celebrate the spooky season! 


Pumpkin Keg Season @ Loreley – pumpkins, beer, need we say more? 

Flying Fox Tavern – spooky vibes, haunted bar.

Coctelería de los Muertos – The Garret Coctelería is known for its pop-ups, and of course it has a Halloween one.

The Cauldron NYC

Smoky Apple Cider Margarita Recipe – tried and tested by yours truly. …

Spring Fling: Masquerade

“We switched our facemasks for glamor masks.” This was the motto on Saturday as SGOV hosted “Spring Fling: Masquerade” at the Capitale on Bowery.

I woke up Saturday morning and panic raced through my mind as I saw the unrelenting rain storm. There were still a thousand other tasks I had to complete before the event, and the weather just did not want to cooperate with us, rain pouring all morning. There were doubts and questions constantly popping up in my mind. How do we get nearly 500 pounds of Mondelez candy out of my apartment in Stuytown and to the venue?…

Can’t Rain on our Yacht Night

Saturday was the LSG hosted “Yacht Night” on the Cornucopia Majesty Charter Yacht. The event was ironically called “Sail into Summer” on a freezing, miserably wet day. I also had the good fortune of working on Saturday. As I ran out of the hospital to grab a cup of coffee earlier that day, and was nearly simultaneously blown away and drowned by the weather, I wondered how this cruise would go. I sent a lot of Perfect Storm gifs to my Langone buddies to mentally prepare for the night.

Fortunately for all of us, the weather had vastly improved by that evening.…

Behind the Scenes: Passport Day 2022

The Stern International Committee’s premier event – Passport Day was held on April 14, 2022, after a pandemic-induced break of three years. The Passport Day is a celebration of the cultural diversity in our class with students and this year was no different! Featuring biryani and samosas from India and Pakistan, empanadas from Colombia, crêpes from France among many, MANY other delicacies from more than 25 countries, fabulous dance, song and comedic performances and attended by over 450 people, it was one of the biggest Stern events of the semester.

This year, the event was organized by the International Committee comprised of Jeetendra Khilnani, Anurup Gaurab, Joline Huntemann, Mike Wang, Nihar Patel, Leon Kee Pay and Jonas Putsch.…

SWIB Conference Round Up: Macro Forces and Micro Actions Expanding the Definition of Success

The Stern Women in Business Club held its annual conference on April 12, 2022, with the theme “Macro Forces and Micro Actions Expanding the Definition of Success.” The keynote speaker was Cynthia K Sakia, the co-founder of Vita Fede and Evolvetogether. The first panel, “Business, Society and Self” featured Pooja Bavishi, founder and CEO of Malai and Kit Krugman, Managing Director at co:collective and board member at WIN (Women in Innovation), discussing the macro forces that directly and indirectly impact our ability to succeed. The second panel, “What does it mean to ‘Have It All’” featured Rha Goddess, founder and CEO at Move the Crowd and Alisa Viti, menstrual and fertility health researcher and founder of FLO Living.…

TechCon: Tech To the Future

The Stern Technology Association (STA) is one of the most active student-led clubs in the school. They are known for their industry-focused events, career resources, and alumni contacts. The club has over 700 members and has become a must-join for students looking to build or grow their tech career.

The Tech Conference is an annual flagship event hosted by the STA. Organized by the student board, it brings together enthusiastic students and industry professionals in a number of panels over three days. This year the conference was organized by Zoë Barth-Werb (Full-time MBA2, VP Flagship Events), Aya Philémon (Full-time MBA2, VP Flagship Events),  Anushka Kurra (Full-time MBA1, AVP Flagship Events and incoming STA Co-President), Laura Ding, (Full-time MBA2, VP Flagship Events), Mary Vergara (Full-time MBA1, AVP Flagship Events), Sara Mahini (Full-time MBA1, AVP Flagship Events) and Jimmy Kepner (Full-time MBA2, STA Co-President).…

Social Innovation Symposium: How crisis drives world changing ideas 

Can you guys start by telling us your names, year at Stern and your role within SISA?

HR: Hannah-Rose Mann, Full-time MBA2, VP of Flagship Events for SISA 

LC: London Clark, Full-time MBA1, AVP of Flagship Events for SISA, incoming Co-President for the 2022-23 school year

This year’s conference team also included Maddie Montes de Oca, Hayley Mead, Julie Tzeng, Rowan Kurtz, Alessandra Nunez, Tyler Rice, and Juan Fernando Junca-Neira.

What is SISA?

LC: SISA stands for Social Impact and Sustainability Association. Our mission is to grow a community of past, present, and future Sternies who have the skills, network, and motivation to lead their organizations towards a more equitable, sustainable future.…

A Tale of the NYC Marathon

It was the perfect fall morning. I had only gotten four hours of sleep, despite daylight savings. But that’s to be expected. It’s rare to get a good night’s sleep the night before a big race. With marathons, you typically focus on getting a lot of sleep the week leading up to the race. I hadn’t managed that either, but I knew I’d survive.

I was supposed to be on the 5:45am ferry to Staten Island. Yeah, okay. There was no way I was going to be on that ferry. I had no intention of spending multiple hours hanging out in Staten Island before a 9:10 start.…

Subject: 10 Reasons Not to Miss Prom and FAQs (aka why is it so expensive?)

By Qurat Khan

1. Make sure your LinkedIn DMs are answered in 5 years: let’s form authentic, fun memories together. As an MBA2 without any in-person events, I’m hoping to make the most of prom! You will look back in 5 years and remember the fun, get an actual response on LinkedIn and don’t just reflect back on THAT series of awkward Zoom coffee chats. 

2. Potential celebrity encounters (we saw George and Amal Clooney there)

3. Prizes *cough, cough, SoulCycle, cough* (non-covid coughs)

4. Tapas Style Dinner and Drinks:

Hors d’oeuvre / Dinner Menu:

1. Grilled NY Strip


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