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Posts published in “Issue 4: May 2020”

Stern Singles Presents: Ben Tantanella

Summer is right around the corner and it is getting hot in the latest addition of Stern Singles. 

Our newest featured bachelor, our Mr. May, is none other than Ben Tantanella.

Sternie Testimonials:

“Ben helped me buy lingerie for my partner. If there is a lovely lady out there interested in Ben, she should know that underwear is part of the deal.”

We’ll touch more on this momentarily, but wow, great way to break the ice.

“This handsome boy is a gentleman on the streets and a freak in the sheets. By sheets I mean balance sheets…yes, Ben will help you with your accounting homework.”

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 Singles Presents: Shelby Duncan

Hello Sternies, it is such a pleasure to share with you May’s most eligible bachelorette, Shelby Duncan.

Sternie Testimonials:

“Shelby has the mind and maturity of a 40 year old Nobel Peace Prize winner but the body of a 20 year old instamodel. Seriously. She. Does. Not. Age.”

I need to meditate on that for a minute.

“She makes a kick ass pomme aligot (Google it and get your Lactate ready)”

Why did that turn me on? Seriously, thanks for the new therapy content. 

State your name and the best 1-2 sentence summary about you and your aspirations:

What’s cookin’ good lookin’ – Shelby Duncan here, writing you from the best coast in isolation.

MBA Blind Love

In March, an MBA edition of Love Is Blind, called MBA Blind Love, began among students of some of the top business schools in the U.S. These schools included Stern, Columbia, Wharton, Yale, Kellogg, Booth, Sloan, HBS, Stanford, and Yale…just to name a few. 

Two single Oppy Board members decided to partake – for journalistic research purposes, of course – and then had the pleasure of interviewing the founder, Anna Li.

So how exactly is it done? B-school students from across the U.S. can sign up on the MBA Blind Love website with their school emails. Then you have to create an anonymous email so that you can receive and begin corresponding with your matches without disclosing your identity.…

Faculty Insights: COVID-19 and NYC

By JP Eggers, Vice Dean of MBA and Graduate Programs

The COVID-19 virus has rapidly impacted society on a global level in ways few of us could have imagined only 6 months ago.  While the fight to stem the incidence and impact of the coronavirus takes place, the fiscal and economic shocks caused by this fight and its after-effects are only beginning to be understood. In 2008, when the global financial crisis shook the business and public sectors, NYU Stern built on its expertise in financial markets, global economics, and policy in a cross-department effort to make sense of the flaws in the market structure that led to the crisis.…

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