Imaginary Engineer - Yale SOM '08

Industrial Engineer dreaming of an MBA

Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Beautiful Days

One of the benefits of being a student at Yale is getting access to the Yale Golf Club for only $25 per round. This is an amazing golf course and it is really pretty during the fall. It's really peaceful out there and the experience is different from golfing in California because of the leaves changing colors. Surprisingly, the last few days have been warm (in the 70's) and I'm anxiously bracing myself for the temperature dropping anytime soon now.

Yale SOM gossip: Flatpoint did a great job in summarizing the Dean's exciting news. Raising $32.9 million is no joke.

For those interested in seeing the video resume of this "how not to get an i-banking job" Yale undergrad, click here. Click here if you want to read an interesting story on him before attending Yale.

Ok.. that's enough blabber, back to class!

4 Comments:

  • At 10:52 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I noticed you are reading an Autobiography of Gandhi - this is a superb book!

    Have you had a chance to read CK Prahalad's Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid? Sort of Gandhi meets Adam Smith.

     
  • At 12:21 PM, Blogger fromcali said…

    A couple of things (can you tell I'm procrastinating?)...

    1 -- I also like the changing colors. I don't like that it's supposed to snow tomorrow though. Ugh.

    2 -- I've also seen that Yale video/resume. It's hilarious! My favorite was dancing with the skimpily-clad woman. Or was it the him breaking the bricks but them coming across as if they were legos. Is this guy for real?

     
  • At 6:28 AM, Blogger leviathan said…

    hey... am interested in knowing which were the consulting firms that came down for the career immersion event that you had posted about earlier. am a propsective yale applicant for '07 whos looking at Mgt consulting as a post mba career. great blog btw :)...

     
  • At 10:11 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    i'm glad you keep up with your MBA blog on a regular basis. a lot of people are so swamped that it's not a priority. thanks.

     

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