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Yale EMBA Orientation: The Beginning of a Long-Awaited Journey  

By: Parth Shah August 5, 2016

On July 29, 2016, at 11:20 a.m., a cab dropped me in front of one of the most beautiful buildings I have ever seen in my life–Edward P. Evans Hall–a building that I thought I might have never seen again after my interview round. This building was whispering to me that I was about to become...

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Yale EMBA Orientation: First Impressions & 71 New Friends

By: Heather Masciotti August 4, 2016

On Friday, July 29, 2016, I was introduced to my seventy new classmates who I would embark on a wonderful journey with for the next 22 months.  That journey is the Yale MBA for Executives at the School of Management as members of the Class of 2018.  To say the room was filled with excitement would be an understatement.

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Make the Most of the Meantime: A Letter to the Class of 2017 from Student Government President Brittan Berry

By: Brittan Berry August 17, 2015

 I write this on the road leaving New Orleans, where I, along with three of my Yale SOM classmates, worked with the first grocery to open in the Lower 9th Ward since Hurricane Katrina. Even though I am not in New Haven this week, I still wanted to welcome you to Yale SOM. I hope you enjoy...

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Leadership Through Art: Three Perspectives from MAM Orientation

By: Amy Kundrat August 21, 2014

The art was really an instrument for self-reflection because something in the piece would make you tell a story from your own life, while standing in front of the group. We started the process of giving and getting feedback from the nitty gritty – like you’re shuffling on your feet –...

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