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The Secret to Happiness

Judy Shen, Langone MBA Class of 2013

You just arrived at a Stern Networking event, picked up a glass of ice-cold beer at the bar, and overheard two students having a conversation that goes something like this – “Hi, What’s your name?”, “Where are you from?”,  What types of jobs/industry are you interested in?”. Okay, another Business school small chat going on. Well, if you think about it, most of us came to Business school motivated by the last question. Many people may have already found their answer, but most people spend countless hours researching about different industries, attending networking events, and sitting in corporate presentations to plant the trail that will lead them to their answer.…

On Charity

Judy Shen, Langone MBA Class of 2013

The word “charity” is derived from the word “caritas” in Latin, meaning benevolence and good will to those in need. I know. It’s recruiting season and classes are well under way, there are more contacts you need to reach out to in your excel spreadsheet than the rows can fill. You’re probably wondering, where am I going to find time to volunteer or do something charitable. And when you’ve just sent out the 20th thank you letter, it seems more fitting to do some self-charity by chugging tequila shots at happy hour or binge eating that double make that triple fudged chocolate pint of ice cream.…

Brunch in the City!

pancakeJudy Shen, Langone MBA Class of 2013

Blue Water Grill
31 Union Square W
Looking to brunch in a relaxed yet proper setting, perhaps to bring your in-laws or date? You have to try this place! The Brunch menu boasts a variety of seafood selection, from lobster crab popover to crab cake benedicts. Prices are very reasonable once you factor in a complimentary alcoholic and hot beverage included with each brunch item. Also voted for the most expansive wine offerings in NYC, this restaurant is a good choice for business dinners.

80 Spring St
Okay, I’ll admit, I’m a Francophile and find all-things-French tres chic.…

Tempted to Kill, Steal, or Cheat?

Judy Shen, Langone MBA Class of 2014

Temptations. They can be hard to resist. I’m not talking about the kind where you resist having a double fudged chocolate cake. Rather, how do you stop yourself from cheating on an exam, in a relationship; insider trading; or taking extra change when the cashier hands you more than you should receive? Would your answers change if you could become invisible? Morals are a person’s standards of behavior or beliefs concerning what is and is not acceptable for them to do. We’ve all faced moral dilemmas. As MBA students, we may encounter even more situations in the future where we have to make personal and professional decisions based on our morals.…

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