In its four decades of existence, Yale SOM has given rise to countless friendships and more than a few marriages. Andrea Levere ’83 reflects on meeting her husband of 34 years and counting, Michael Mazerov ’82, during her first days at the school.
Megan Cain ’19, Volunteer
“I was fortunate enough to volunteer for the bone marrow donation drive by helping to spread awareness on campus and process donations. It was incredibly inspiring to witness how many SOMers were willing to learn about such an important cause and ultimately take...
Jake Harris ’19 is putting his interest in venture capital and impact investing to the test with real-world applications as a participant in the MBA Impact Investing Network and Training (MIINT) program.
My resolution would be to make sure I am taking advantage of the broader Yale community.
I am very excited to take part in an international experience that is a joint program with the School of Architecture and hope to make it to some plays/concerts.
—Ali Lauzon ’19
How lucky am I to have something that makes me miss it the instant I walk out the door. As I return home for Thanksgiving, I reflect on the deeply meaningful friendships that have been created while at SOM.
I consider my own personal growth, fostered by witnessing the contrasting context...
The annual Top Chef competition returned to Evans Hall on April 29, when eight teams of student cooks sliced and sautéed for supremacy. The event was hosted by the Food and Wine Club and Student Government. Photographer Tiago Cruz MAM '17 shares the tasty results.
ESPEJISMO: A Festival of Borrowed Reflections is an art installation at the Yale School of Management that invites its audience to reflect on the perspectives of others and to share personal thoughts about seeing and being seen.